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1. When 0.25kg or water at 70C is mixed with water at 20C the final temperature of the mixture is 30C. find the mass of the cold water. Specific heat capacity of water -

4200J/KG/C.

2. 200g of copper (420J/KG/C) at 80C is put into 150g of oil (600J/KG/C). If the final temperature of the mixture is 50C find the starting temperature of the oil.

3. 400g of water at 20C is placed in a 200g Aluminium container (900J/KG/C) also at 20C. If 6000J are added find the final temperature of the oil and container.

4. 1.2kg of oil (600J/KG/C) at 150C is placed into a copper container (400J/KG/C) which mass is 2kg. If the starting temperature of the container is 25C find the final temperature of the oil and container.

5. How much heat energy is needed to raise the temperature of 1kg of ice at 0C to water at 40C. Specific Latent Heat of ice = 334KJ/KG,

6. 2kg of solid wax at its melting point 65C is placed into 3kg of oil at 150C, find the final temperature of the mixture. Specific heat Latent of wax = 4000J/KG, Specific Heat Capacity of liquid wax = 800J/KG/C, specific heat capacity of oil = 2500J/KG/C.

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