Chemistry
posted by Amy Tillis .
what is the amount of heat required to heat 3.3kg of
gold from 29 degrees celcius to 61 degrees celcius?

Amy, note the correct spelling of celsius.
q = mass Au x specific heat Au x (TfinalTinitial)
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