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How joules many are needed to heat 1500 gram pot of water up to (100c) water temp is 22c

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    You need to learn and use this formula>:

    Q = M*C*(delta T)

    Q is the heat required
    M is the mass,
    C is the specific heat (4.18 J/g*degC), and delta T is the temperature change

    Q = 1500*(4.18)*78 = _____ J

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