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I don't know how to calculate~ Help me please and expaining particularly~ Thank you!

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I don't know how to calculate~ Help me please and expaining particularly~ Thank you!

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At the top, the water has gravitational PE = mgh (with respect to the bottom). That PE transforms into KE as it falls. Finally, the KE is transformed into thermal energy. ΔKE = mcΔt, where c is the specific heat of water (look it up!).kurtlau said:

I don't know how to calculate~ Help me please and expaining particularly~ Thank you!

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