## Sure, here's how you can solve the worksheet problems step by step:

1. Delta T for the water:

Delta T = Final temperature - Initial temperature

Delta T = 32.5 C - 25.6 C

Delta T = 6.9 C

2. Delta T for the metal:

Delta T = Final temperature - Initial temperature

Delta T = 32.5 C - 100.0 C

Delta T = -67.5 C

Note: The negative sign indicates that the metal sample lost heat and its temperature decreased.

3. Heat flowed into the water:

Heat = (water mass) x (specific heat of water) x (delta T of water)

Heat = 38.6g x 4.18 J/g C x 6.9 C

Heat = 1121.572 J or approximately 1122 J

4. Calculation of specific heat of the metal using Equation 3:

Equation 3 is not stated in your question, so I cannot provide a specific answer for this step. Please refer to your worksheet or textbook to find the equation mentioned and use it to calculate the specific heat of the metal.

5. Approximate molar mass of the metal using Equation 4:

Again, Equation 4 is not provided in your question, so I cannot give a specific answer for this step. Please refer to your worksheet or textbook to find the equation mentioned and use it to calculate the approximate molar mass of the metal.

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