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175g of water was heated fro 15 to 88 degrees C. how many kilocalories were absorbed by the water?
I got 94.5 kcal. Is this right?

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    I don't think so.
    q = mass water x specific heat water x delta T.
    q = 175g x 1 cal/g x (88-15) = 12,775 calories. Change to kcal.

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    12.775

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    175g of water was heated fro 15 to 88 degrees C. how many kilocalories were absorbed by the water?

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