Q: How do you do algebra equation of specific heat?

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An equation that is used to find a answer that deals with algebra

how do you set the equation in algebra to solve 42 nickles to 19 dimes

Use equation.

YES!! You use algebra in your everyday lives. Adding is considered an equation. An equation is a problem with an equal sign. An expression has no answer (an equal sign).

It is the unknown variable

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That depends what the original equation is.

Probably because somebody wanted, precisely, to find the specific heat.

You just have to use algebra to manipulate the formula that you are used to. Q=mCpΔT, the formula you probably use most of the time, can be easily changed to solve for mass instead of heat (Q). You just divide both sides of the equation by Cp and ΔT, resulting in the equation Q/CpΔT=m.

variable c

3.3 Joule (it follows the equation: Heat loss=mass*specific heat*temp. difference)

An equation that is used to find a answer that deals with algebra

variable c

Specific heat can be used to measure changes in thermal energy by using the equation: Change in thermal energy = mass x Change in temperature x specific heat

A term is a single part of an expression or of an equation in algebra.

The variable c

how do you set the equation in algebra to solve 42 nickles to 19 dimes

a problem with an equal sign