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a 1500W thing heats 1.5kg of water from 18C- 59C in 3 minutes. how mcuh energy was used by the thing?
how much energy was delivered to the waterr??

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  1. This question was asked yesterday. If it was you who asked it, please review my previoys answer. I did separate calculations of the electrical power in and the power that ends up heating water.

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