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A foundry worker places a 5.79 kg sheet of copper at a temperature of 12 C on top of a 16.6 kg sheet of lead at 68 C.

A foundry worker places a 5.79 kg sheet of copper at a temperature of 12°C on top of a 16.6 kg sheet of lead at 68°C. Assuming no heat is lost to the surroundings, calculate the final temperature of the two sheets of metal.


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