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**Calculate the temperature change when 500 J of heat is supplied to 100g of water.**

**(specific heat capacity of water = 4.2j/g°C)**

**A. 12.1°C**

**B. 2.1°C**

**C. 1.2°C**

**D. 0.1°C**

**QUICK ANSWER…**

**C**

**DETAILS…**

**The right formula for this problem will be that for the specific heat capacity of water which is given by:**

**Now for the right answer to the above question:**

**Option A is incorrect.****Option B is incorrect.****C is correct.****D is not the correct answer.**

**KEY-POINTS…**

**You may please note these/this:**

**No need to convert the mass from gram to kilogram, this is because our specific heat capacity value is given in terms of gram and not kilogram.****Always ensure that your calculations are done in consistent units.**

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**/ culled from 2016 JAMB-UTME physics past question 4 /**