Metal and wood common temperature for neutral "feel" 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Taken from the homework: At what common temperature will a block of wood and a block of metal both feel neither hot nor cold to the touch. 2. Relevant equations I believe it is just conceptual, so I do not know if one is necessary; though I most certainly could be mistaken. 3. The attempt at a solution I know that this has to do with specific heat capacity and that metal has a lower one and that it takes less energy to heat or cool metal, and thus can feel hotter or colder depending on the temperature. I know this involves the transfer of energy from the hand to the object, and I believe it has to do with equilibrium. Yet, I am at a loss on where to go next in this question. I am assuming that the answer has to deal with when the two reach a point of equilibrium.