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find the specific heat of lead using 200 g of pb at o degrees celcius and placing it in 200 g of water at 60 degrees celcius

You don't have the final temperature and that is needed to calculate specific heat. Note the correct spelling of celsius. BTW, you can't et lazy in chemistry and not use the caps key. Pb is lead. pb is not anything.
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