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A 500g aluminum pot containing 250mL of water in the pot increases from 13.2 °C to 89.1 °C. Calculated the heat absorbed by the pot and water.

I don't know the official approach to this question, somebody help!

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    Heatabsorbed= masspot*cpot*deltaTemp+masswater*cwater*deltatemp

    That is the official way.

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