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    hello

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    Please help!!!

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    ok the answer is ∆Q x ∆U

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    because if you increase the enrgy by ∆U then it will equal to ∆Q x ∆U

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    thanks for the medal

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    thanks for the answer

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    need anything else

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    no problem are you married no offence

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    50°C

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    540 to much calories can kill you

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    are you married no offence

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    are you married no offence please tell me

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    hello

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    This guy been giving wrong answers all day long

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    first you have to change ice at 0C to water at 0 C heat energy=mass*latent heat of fusion=M*L heat energy required to convert water at 0 C to water at100 C=m*s*t heat energy required to convert water at 100 C to steam at 100 C=M*L (here L is latent heat of vaporisation ) add the three ,you get the solution.

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    @ganeshie8

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