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If you placed the contents of a packet of powdered iced tea mix into a bottle of water and shook it, which of the following would be true
If you placed the contents of a packet of powdered iced tea mix into a bottle of water and shook it, the water would be the solvent would be true.
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At what water temperature will additional heat energy need to be added before the temperature will change again
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At 0°C water temperature, additional heat energy will need to be added before the temperature will change again.
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How much energy, in joules, is released when 17 kilograms of granite is cooled from 45°C to 21°C
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332,320 joules is released when 17 kilograms of granite is cooled from 45 degrees Celsius to 21 degrees Celsius.

Solution: Where: m = 17 kg; T = 45°C - 21°C = 24 °C; And, from a table the specific heat, C, of granite is 790 J/kg°C; Therefore, you get: 17 kg * 790 J/kg°C * (24°C) = 322,320.
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If a wave has a wavelength of 9 meters and a period of 0.006, what is the velocity of the wave
Weegy: If a wave has a wavelength of 9 meters and a period of 0.006, 1,500 m/s is the velocity of the wave. V = f Where V Velocity wavelength f Frequency F = 1/T Where T period F = 1/0.006 = 166.667 V = 9 × 166.667 = 1,500 m/s (More)
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If you were trying to build a soundproof room, which of the following materials would you choose in order to absorb the most sound, based on the coefficient of absorption for each material
Weegy: If you were trying to build a soundproof room, you would choose CONCRETE in order to absorb the most sound. (More)
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