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Question 11 (15 points): Starting with the heat generated by the person in Example 1, calculate the body temperature that would result if none of this heat were lost to the surroundings. Assume Cp is 4200 J(kg C) and the mass of the person is 73 kg (-160 lbs). The initial temperature of the person is 37 C. nus Points Quos Please help

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