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A mass of 7 kg of water is raised from 8 degrees C to the boiling point 100 degrees C.
How much heat is required? The specific
heat of water is 1000 cal/kg ยท degrees C.
Answer in units of cal

I got 644000, is that right?

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    yes.

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