# q=m * Cs * triangle T or q=m * Cs * (T_f - T_i) Solve for T_f.

$q=m\ast Cs\ast \mathrm{△}T$
or
$q=m\ast Cs\ast \left({T}_{f}-{T}_{i}\right)$
Solve for ${T}_{f}$.
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uavklarajo
$q=mCs\left({T}_{f}-{T}_{i}\right)$
Divide by mCs and you get the following
$\frac{q}{mCs}={T}_{f}-{T}_{i}$
Add initial T (subscript "i") to both sides and you get
$\frac{q}{mCs}+{T}_{i}={T}_{f}$
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Quessyrutty6w
$q=m\ast Cs\ast \left({T}_{f}-{T}_{i}\right)$
so ${T}_{f}-{T}_{i}=q/m\ast Cs$
${T}_{f}={T}_{i}+q/m\ast Cs$