Yes, there are multiple values. But if one particular glass isn't specified, then he'll need to use the one in his book. Tank, is there a table of specific heats in your textbook? Are there example problems that use the spefcific heat of "glass"?Tank:
sorry about that i did not know that either, back to the wuestion i thought the specific heat for glass was 664?i dont know if thats right can someoen check it for me.
there are multiple values for glass isnt there?
You're sort of on the right track. The problem is that what you have written above is an expression, but what is called for here is an equation. After all, you can't solve an expression for an unknown.i used
Mass(specific heat)(delta Temp)+(MASSB)(Specific heatB)(Delta temp of B)