1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data You are given a sample of metal and asked to determine its specific heat. You weigh the sample and find that its weight is 30.0 N. You carefully add 1.30×10^4 J of heat energy to the sample and find that its temperature rises 20.0 degrees C. What is the sample's specific heat? 2. Relevant equations Q=mc (delta)T 3. The attempt at a solution I solved for c giving: c=Q/(m*(delta)T) I converted the given degrees Celsius to Kelvin by adding 273.15, and converted the 30 Newtons to kg by dividing by 9.8 m/s^2. The resulting numbers, 293.15 was used for delta T, and 2.90 kg was used for m. This was my resultant value and calculation prior to plug and chug: 1.30*10^4 J/(2.90 kg*293.15 K) Plug and chug gave me 14.71 J/(kg*K). But it's not the correct answer. Could anyone show me what I did wrong?