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## -. The temperature of air above coastal areas is greatly influenced by the large specific heat of water. The specific heat of air betw

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-. The temperature of air above coastal areas is greatly influenced by the large

specific heat of water. The specific heat of air between temperatures of 40°F and

90°F is about 1,000.0 J/kg • K. Consider the situation where 4,186 J of energy is

given up by 1.0 kg of water, causing its temperature to drop by 1.0 K.

a. If the air over the water increases temperature by 5.5 K,

what is its mass?

What is the volume of The air over the water, assuming that the airs density is 1.29 kg/m^3

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The mass of this would probably most likely be the one that is 2.258 because that’s how much mass it has.