## Exercise 1.1 A

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 $-0{,}2\ °C$

## Exercise 1.1 B

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

## Exercise 1.1 C

How much water (colder water) was there in the beginning?

## Exercise 1.1 D

What was the temperature of the hotter water at the beginning?

## Exercise 1.1 E

Specify the specific heat capacity of copper.

Answer: $0,39\frac{kJ}{kg \cdot °C}$

## Exercise 1.1 F

Specify the thermal efficiency of the kettle.

Answer: $t_{highest}=38\ °C$
$t_{lowest}=23\ °C$
$t_{at\ the\ time\ of\ measurement}=27\ °C$