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For each pair of substances, which of the substance with more thermal energy and explain why.
a.500 g of water at 35„aC vs. 500 g of water at 85„aC

b.500 g of water at 35„aC vs. 250 g of water at 35„aC

I don't know how to determine the answer

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  1. q = quantity of heat = mass x specific heat x T

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