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A system is provided 50 J of heat and work done on the system is 10 J. What is the change in internal energy

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  1. work done + changeinternal energy= heat provided

  2. System provides 50 j of heat and done on the system is 10 j. What is the change in internal entergy?

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  3. + 60 joule

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  4. 60

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