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Can anyone help me understand if any variables in this problem can be found? here's the question A massless beaker holds a mass, mw, of water at T=0 °C. Masses of iron and aluminum are simultaneously dropped into the water, and the system (insulated from the surroundings) comes to equilibrium. The masses, initial temperatures, and specific heats are summarized in the table below. Find the equilibrium temperature, Tf.

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    here are the variables given Substance Mass InitialT Specific heat Water m_w 0°C c_w Aluminum m_w 100°C 0.2c_w Iron 4 m_w -40°C 0.1c_w

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