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If it takes 654 J of energy to warm a 5.51-g sample of water, how much energy would be required to warm 55.1 g of water by the same amount?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Calculate the required energy to warm 55.1 g of water by using the energy taken by 5.51 g of water.

Concept Introduction:

An arithmetical multiplier which is used for converting a quantity expressed in one unit into another equivalent set of units is said to be conversion factor.

Explanation

Calculate the energy required to warm 55.1 g of water by use the conversion factor 654J5.51g as follows:

654J5

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