heat lost by metal and heat gained by water=q

q=mass of metal x mass of metal x (Tf- 100c) + mass of H2O x 14.18 x (Tf - Ti (H2O)

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heat lost by metal and heat gained by water=q

q=mass of metal x mass of metal x (Tf- 100c) + mass of H2O x 14.18 x (Tf - Ti (H2O)

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## Answers (1)

mass metal x specific heat matal ( Tf - 100 ) + mass water x 4.18 ( Tf - Ti) = 0

if you need Tf you must know :

specific heat metal

mass metal

mass water

initial temperature water