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How much heat must be removed from a 200 g block of copper to lower its temperature from 302 oF to 68
Specific heat of copper: c = 0.092 kcal/(kg K)
a. 2.4 kcal
b. 2400 kcal
c. 18.4 kcal
d. 12 kcal
e. 26 kcal

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