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Q: A student heats 100 g of aluminum to 60°C. He places it in 100 g of water at 20°C. Over time, what will most likely happen? (2 points) A) The water's temperature will increase slightly, and the
metal's temperature will decrease a lot. B) The water's temperature will increase a lot, and the metal's temperature will decrease slightly. C) The water's temperature will decrease slightly, and the metal's temperature will increase a lot. D) The water's temperature will increase by about the same amount as the metal's temperature decreases.
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