8. A coffee pot heat water with an electrical heater. The coffee pot is plugged into 120v wall socket and draws 3.83A. How much power does the coffee pot need to run? (ans: 460W) 2Ov 3.83A=4LOW b. The coffee pot heats 220g of water from 20°C to 80°C. How much energy is needed to heat the water? (ans: 55,176J) mC AT P-I.V a. 220 .18 xO How long does the coffee pot take to heat the water? CH, 0 55.116T J (ans: 2 min) g°C = 4.18 С.

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Given Info:   Coffee pot is plugged into 120 V wall socket and draws 3.83A. Takes 460W to run. The coffee pot heats 220g of water from 20 to 80 celsuis, 55,176J of energy is needed to heat the water. 

How long does the coffee pot take to heat the water? CH20= 4.18 J/gc

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8. A coffee pot heat water with an electrical heater. The coffee pot is plugged into 120v wall socket
and draws 3.83A.
How much power does the coffee pot need to run? (ans: 460W) 2Ov 3.83A=4LOW
b. The coffee pot heats 220g of water from 20°C to 80°C. How much energy is needed to heat the
water? (ans: 55,176J) mC AT
P-I.V
a.
220 .18 xO
How long does the coffee pot take to heat the water? CH, 0
55.116T
J
(ans: 2 min)
g°C
= 4.18
С.
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8. A coffee pot heat water with an electrical heater. The coffee pot is plugged into 120v wall socket and draws 3.83A. How much power does the coffee pot need to run? (ans: 460W) 2Ov 3.83A=4LOW b. The coffee pot heats 220g of water from 20°C to 80°C. How much energy is needed to heat the water? (ans: 55,176J) mC AT P-I.V a. 220 .18 xO How long does the coffee pot take to heat the water? CH, 0 55.116T J (ans: 2 min) g°C = 4.18 С.

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