# You are given the equation used to solve a problem. For each of these, you are to a. Write a realistic problem for which this is the correct equation. b. Finish the solution of the problem. (200 10 -6

You are given the equation used to solve a problem. For each of these, you are to

a. Write a realistic problem for which this is the correct equation.

b. Finish the solution of the problem.

(200 × 10^{-6} m^{3})(13,600 kg/m^{3})

× (140 J/kg K)(90°C - 15°C)

+ (0.50 kg)(449 J/kg K)(90°C - T^{i}) = 0

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