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Hi everyone,

I'm a bit stuck on this question and hoping someone could give me the solution.

In the answers, they just give the answer of 1.02 degrees Celsius. I can't figure out how they got there. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

Hi everyone,

I'm a bit stuck on this question and hoping someone could give me the solution.

**"***A lump of lead, moving with a velocity of 22.0 m/s, is brought to rest. If 55.0% of the work done in stopping the lead is converted into heat, what will be the temperature rise of the lead? Take the specific heat of lead to be 1.30 x 10^2."*In the answers, they just give the answer of 1.02 degrees Celsius. I can't figure out how they got there. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

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