Three different liquids are mixed together in a calorimeter. The
masses of the liquids are:
m_{1} = 590 g,
m_{2} = 830 g,
m_{3} = 445 g.
The specific heats are:
c_{1} = 285 J/kg°C,
c_{2} = 575 J/kg°C,
c_{3} = 840 J/kg°C.
The initial temperatures of the liquids are:
T_{1} = 29.0 °C,
T_{2} = 55.5 °C,
T_{3} = 83.0 °C.
What will be the temperature of the mixture in Celsius?
(Enter only a number without a unit.)
Three different liquids are mixed together in a calorimeter. The masses of the liquids are: m1...
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