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chelseeirene

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how do you do this problem? You have a 500 g sample of water with a temperature of 10 degrees C. Approximately how much 70 degrees C water do you need to add to read a final temperature of 50 degrees ? 1. 340 g 2. 2280 g 3. 28 g 4. 500 g 5. 0.25 g 6. 1000 g 7. 1500 g PLEASE DO NOT JUST PUT THE ANSWER, EXPLAIN AS WELL. THANK YOU!

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