#### Answer

1440 J

#### Work Step by Step

We know, q = c×m×∆T where q is the heat, c is the specific heat, m is the mass and ∆T is the change in temperature.
Given:
c= 0.895 J/g
m= 45.3 g
and ∆T = 62.5°C- 27.0°C = 35.5°C
We get by substitution:
q= 0.895 J/g × 45.3 g × 35.5 = 1440 J