Michael H. answered • 05/09/15

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Hi

In order to answer this question you need to use the equation m(of copper) times c(specific heat of copper) times ((T(final)-T(initial)))for copper = -m(of water) times c(specific heat of water) times ((T(final)-T(initial)))for water

Then you solve for T(final). The T(final) of water is equal to the T(final) for copper.

Chemistry is one of my favorite subjects! I hope this helps and let me know if you need any help.