1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A person sitting in a room has a heat output of 200W. Please calculate... A) How much energy does a room of 45 people release over a course of 1 hour? B) Assuming that all the energy in part a is transferred to a room of 300 M^3 of air. The air has a specific heat capacity of 1020 J/KxKg and density of 1.20. If none of the heat escapes, how much will the temperature change over time of 50 minutes? 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution For part A I found that the energy would be 45x200x3600 seconds = 3.24 x 10^7 For part B however, I tried to determine the mass by rearranging the density formula, multiplying density by volume. using that number in Q=Mc (delta T), and rearranging the formula, i get a change of around 60 Kelvin. But I know that can't be right...What am I doing wrong?