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Suppose you want to heat a mug of water (250mL) from room temperature at 25oC to 100oC to make a cup of tea. How much energy (in units of calories and joules) would you need from your microwave? Please make chart!!

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    heat= masswater*specific heat capacity water* change in temp

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