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A .095kg aluminum sphere is dropped rom the roof of a 45m building.If 65% of the thermal energy produced when the sphere hits the ground is absorbed by the sphere, what is its temperature change?

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    Ke = m g h = .095*9.8 * 45 Joules

    .65 Ke = .045 (specific heat of Al)(delta T)

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