I need help with H=mcDeltaT!! 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Ok, so im not actually sure if this is technically Physics or not, but I really need help with it!! I understand that; H= heat m=mass c= heat capacity? Delta= change t= temperature (DeltaT= change in temperature) What im not so sure on is how exacty to solve it. It thought I was doing it right but the answers all keep coming out wrong.. 2. Relevant equations I was trying to figure this question out.. Suppose you drink 6 glasses of ice water (each 250g & 0 degrees C) Using H=mcDeltaT a. How many calories of energy would you burn to bring the up to normal body temperature of 37 degrees C? b. How many Calories is this? c. A serving of French fries has 240 Calories. How many glasses of ice water would you have to drink to burn these off? (Use part b to help) 3. The attempt at a solution I feel completely lost on all of this. My friend in my class said that Part c is 26 glasses of water, but I keep getting absolutly no where near that. So either shes wrong or im worse off then I thought. Can anybody try to help explain this to me??