1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two cars collide head on while each is traveling at 80 km/h. Suppose all their kinetic energy is transformed into the thermal energy of the wrecks. What is the temperature increase of each car? You can assume that each car's specific heat is that of iron. 2. Relevant equations K=1/2mv2 Q=mcΔT 1/2mv2=mcΔT ∴ ΔT=v2/2c 3. The attempt at a solution I worked it out using 80 km/h for v and 449 J/kg * K for c and got 7.13 K. My question is if this is right, and if it is can someone explain to me how the units cancel out to give just K?