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Indicate the direction of heat flow in each scenario.
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Mario and Patience are making cookies. They are ready to drop balls of dough on baking sheets. They have baking sheets made of treated glass, aluminum, stainless steel, and copper. The specific heats of these substances are:
Treated glass = 0.75 J/g • °C
Aluminum = 0.90 J/g • °C
Stainless steel = 0.50 J/g • °C
Copper = 0.39 J/g • °C
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Based on the specific heat values, which sheet is going to warm up the quickest, and, therefore, bake the cookies the fastest?
What is heat?

Heat is the energy needed to change the temperature of 1 g of a substance by 1°C.
Heat is the average kinetic energy of the particles of a substance.
Heat is the total energy of a substance due to the movement of its particles.
Heat is the energy that flows between two substances of different temperatures.