Edward C. answered • 02/23/15

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The specific heat of water is 1 in calorie - gram - degree C units, which means that 1 calorie will raise 1 gram of water by 1 degree C

So if the water receives 2000 calories and goes up 40 degrees C there must be 50 grams of water

The formula is Mass = Calories / Temperature change