I want you to tell me what the difference is between heat and temperature and also explain how a big bucket of water 50 degrees Celsius would heat a swimming pool better than a cup of water at 100 degrees celcius 
Rafael Moreira
07/16/2010 02:21

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Justin Di Medio
07/18/2010 02:19

i learnt that the bucket of water at 50 degrees celsius can heat up a swimming pool better than a cup of water at 100 degrees celsius, because the bucket of water has more particles which has more heat in them than the cup of water

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Justin Di Medio
07/18/2010 02:20

GO BUCKET U RULE!

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David Vraca
07/19/2010 03:01

There is a big difference between heat and tempreture, tempreture is the thing used to find the heat or how much heat and heat is from the air. With the bucket the bucket will easily heat up the swimming pool compared to a 100 degree celceius because even though the bucket is 50 degrees celcius it is still more ideal to fill up a bigger area (in this case swimming pool).

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Troy smith
07/19/2010 22:36

Tempreture is a unit used to measure heat and relies on speed and heat(i think) while. Heat relies on mass,speed and degree of hotness

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Troy smith
07/19/2010 22:39

A bucket at 50degrees would heat the pool better because it has a bigger mass than the cup. The more heated particals means that they would transfer he heat they have to more particals than the smaller cup

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nicholas potter
07/19/2010 23:58

A bucket at 50degrees would heat the pool better because it has a bigger mass than the cup. The more heated particals the hotter it gets

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Michael Stawiarski
07/22/2010 03:04

the difference between heat between temperature is that heat is a type of enrgy but temperature is how hot something.
A bucket with water at 50 degrees would heat a pool better because it has more heat particles.

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Julian Borg
07/23/2010 19:58

Temperature is how hot molecules are in a substance and heat energy is the amount of molecules in a substance...*i think :)*

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07/24/2010 03:55

a cup of 100 degrees would not heat up a pool because it dose not have a big mass, but on the other hand the bucket dosnt have such a high temp but hase a much bigger mass witch would warm up the pool

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Mark Condro
07/24/2010 23:09

Heat is a type of enrgy and temperature is the mesurement of it.(you told us what something else but I dont remember)
A bucket of water at 50 degrees would heat a pool better rather then a cup of water at 100 degrees because it has more heat particles.

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Mark Condro
07/24/2010 23:12

I made a mistake:

(you told us something else but I dont remember)

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joe taylor
08/11/2010 23:20

heat energy = speed + mass
temp= speed

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