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how many ml of water at 10 degrees celsius must be added to 75 ml of water at 35 degrees celsius to obtain a final temperature of 19 degrees celsius?

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[mL1 x specific heat x (T1finalT1inital)] + [mL2 x specific heat x (T2finalT2initial) = 0
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