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The Temperature Of A 46.4 G Sample Of A Metal Is Raised From 21.3 Degrees Celsius To 55.9 Degrees Celsius When 400.6 Cal Of Heat Are Added. The Specific Heat Capacity Of The Sample Is What In Cal/g*oC. - Math Discussion

The temperature of a 46.4 g sample of a metal is raised from 21.3 degrees celsius to 55.9 degrees celsius when 400.6 cal of heat are added. The specific heat capacity of the sample is what in cal/g*oC.