1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 86.9g of liquid water at 304K is heated by 1.75A passing through 24.7Ω for 104s what is the final temp 2. Relevant equations its been a while since i did physics so bear with me if i get something mixed up here q=mCs,pΔT q=ItΔψ ψ=pot dif so isnt that just V from v=IR? also i believe the q=ItΔψ results in units as AVs if A=Cs-1 then we would get CV which is = to 1J???? long shot but maybe im correct 3. The attempt at a solution assuming the above is true i want to say that Tf=[(I2tR)/(Cs,pm)]+Ti plugging in a bunch of numbers and if those units worked out how i think i get 325.65K Does this seem legit?