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a 32g sample of copper is at 29C If 1502j of energy are added to the copper, what is the final temperature? Assume the specific heat of copper is 387J/KG C

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Elena
Q=cm(t₂t₁)
Q= 1502 J,
m=0.032kg,
t₁=29℃
c=387 J/kg•℃
Solve for t₂
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