You must SHUWLeave 3 blank lines between problems so that I have room to make commentswhen I grade your paper.Do not work in columnsPut each step of algebra on a separate line.1. A human's normal body temperature is 37 °C (98,6 °F). A 90 kg person gets sickand runs a 38.9 °C (102 °F) fever. How much heat has to be removed from theirbody to reduce their temperature to 37 °C? The average specific heat capacity ofthe human body is 3500 J/kg°C.2. This photograph shows anelectricspaceheater.Which method(s) of heat transfer move the heat it produces into the room? Howcan youtell?3. A water wave travels 20 m in 8 seconds. The wave crests are 40 m apart.Calculate the wave speed.b. Calculate the frequency of the wave.а.

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1. A human's normal body temperature is 37 °C (98,6 °F). A 90 kg person gets sick
and runs a 38.9 °C (102 °F) fever. How much heat has to be removed from their
body to reduce their temperature to 37 °C? The average specific heat capacity of
the human body is 3500 J/kg°C.
2. This photograph shows an
electric
space
heater.
Which method(s) of heat transfer move the heat it produces into the room? How
can you
tell?
3. A water wave travels 20 m in 8 seconds. The wave crests are 40 m apart.
Calculate the wave speed.
b. Calculate the frequency of the wave.
а.
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You must SHUW Leave 3 blank lines between problems so that I have room to make comments when I grade your paper. Do not work in columns Put each step of algebra on a separate line. 1. A human's normal body temperature is 37 °C (98,6 °F). A 90 kg person gets sick and runs a 38.9 °C (102 °F) fever. How much heat has to be removed from their body to reduce their temperature to 37 °C? The average specific heat capacity of the human body is 3500 J/kg°C. 2. This photograph shows an electric space heater. Which method(s) of heat transfer move the heat it produces into the room? How can you tell? 3. A water wave travels 20 m in 8 seconds. The wave crests are 40 m apart. Calculate the wave speed. b. Calculate the frequency of the wave. а.

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Т 1 8s 0.125HZ (b) Frequency of the wave is 0.125HZ

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