b Since one milliliter mL of water has a mass of one gram g it is very easy to

B since one milliliter ml of water has a mass of one

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raised from its beginning temperature to the final temperature of the mixture.b.Since one milliliter (mL) of water has a mass of one gram (g), it is very easy to determine the mass of the cold and hot water. For example: If you have 100 mL of water, then the mass of the water is 100 g. Remember, 1 kg = 1000 g. Convert the mass of the hot and cold water to kilograms.3.Use the equation Q = (m)(c)(Δ T)to calculate the heat gained by the cold water for each trial. Show your work using the problem-solving method shown in previous rubrics. The 4.Use the equation Q = (m)(c)(Δ T)to calculate the heat "lost" by the hot water for each trialShow your work using the problem-solving method shown in previous rubrics. The specific .
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