How much does the measured final temperature differ from the theoretically predicted final temperature (in degrees)?

Answer: $-0{,}3\ °C$; Note: Calculating the formula $m_1c∆t_1=m_2c∆t_2$, the final temperature should be about $40{,}72\ °C$ and the difference in degrees about $-0{,}2\ °C$

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