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A metal sample weighing 122.50 grams and at a temperature of 96.9 degrees Celsius was placed in 40.00 grams of water in a calorimeter at 21.3 degrees Celsius. At equilibrium, the temperature of the water and metal was 41.5 degrees Celsius. 

What is the change in temperature of the water?

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