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I need help with this problem:

50.0 mL of 4.4 g/L AgNO3 is added to a coffee-cup calorimeter containing 50.0 mL of 4.4 g/L NaI, with both solutions at 25°C.

a).What is ΔTsoln (assume the volumes are additive and the solution has the density and specific heat capacity of water)?

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  1. I forgot to add that the Hrxn is -112.3.

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  2. Will you please rewrite part a) but put it in words instead of symbols (or just rewrite "what is ??????soln'). The place I show question marks is the symbol that doesn't print on my screen.

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  3. The symbol is supposed to represent the change in temperature for the solution.

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