Problem:  The temperature of an object increases by 42.4°C when it absorbs 3833 J of heat. Calculate the heat of the object. The mass of the object is 377 g.Use this table of specific heats to identify the object.

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 The temperature of an object increases by 42.4°C when it absorbs 3833 J of heat. Calculate the heat of the object. 

The mass of the object is 377 g.

Use this table of specific heats to identify the object.

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