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Aluminum has a density of 2.99 grams per cubic cm. and a specific heat of 0.22 calories per gram degree Celsius. A cube of aluminum is sitting out in the sun where it absorbs 16.2 calories of heat and warms from 62*F to 149*F How many inches wide are the sides of the cube?

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