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How many calories are absorbed by a copper spoon with a mass of 200 grams as it changes from 28°C to 33°C?

A) 0.00027
B) 3
C) 90
D) 13,000

And this one. How do i solve this one?

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  1. Look up the specific heat of copper. Call it C. Look for or compute its value with units of cal/(g*C) . You may find published values of C with different units, with kg or Joules.

    The heat absorbed is
    Q = M C*(delta T)
    where delta T is the change in temperature, which is 5.0 C in this case. M is the mass in grams.

    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080310202708AAmEiZi

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