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Initial temperature hot water 69° C ,
Final temperature after adding cold water 48° C .
Initial temperature of cold water is 16° C 
Quantity warm water 175 ml

a)What is the temperature change in the hot beverage when (120 mL) of cold beverage is added? Report your result in degrees Celsius.
b)What was the temperature change in the cold beverage when (120 mL) was added to the hot beverage? Report your result in degrees Celsius.
c)What is your calculated heat transfer (Q) of the cold beverage when 4 ounces (120 mL) was added to the hot beverage? Report your answer in Joules.
d)What is your calculated heat transfer (Q) of the hot beverage when 4 ounces (120 mL) of cold beverage was added? Report your answer in Joules.

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