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What is the amount of heat energy released when a 5.0g sample of copper cools from 75 degrees celcius to 25 degrees celcius? Ccu = 0.385 KJ/KgC

(0.005kg) (0.385 KJ/KG C) (-50degrees)

Would the answer be negative? Would the degrees be multiplied as a negative since its cooling?

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