how much energy is needed to heat 3kg of aluminium from 21 oC to 50 oC?

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  2. Use the info provided by SraJMcGin plus the following:
    q= heat needed = mass Al x specific heat Al x (delta T).
    Use 50-21 for delta T. You must look up the specific heat of Al.

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    posted by DrBob222
  3. it didn't give me any help at all could you please help me in another way and maybe find me out the answer

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