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75 mL of a pure liquid at 245 K is mixed with 100 mL of the same pure liquid 365 K. What is the final temperature?

The answer is 314 K but I'm not sure why!

Thank you! =)

2. Relevant equations

It says this problem has to do with Calorimetry but I'm not sure why! Calorimentry equations involve q=mc(d)t...but how would you incorporate both liquids?

3. The attempt at a solution

q=mc(d)t? I'm so lost, sorry!

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# Chemistry: 2 samples of the same liquid but different temp - final temp?

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