Our goal is to determine how much energy is required to increase the temperature

Our goal is to determine how much energy is required to increase the temperature of one gram of water by one degree Celsius. The video below shows a beaker of water heated by a 25-Watt light bulb. The display shows the temperature of the water. You can click the tools button to show a stopwatch for measuring time.Make a column for time and temperature in the data table. Don’t forget to write units in the units box for each column.3.Collect data for that shows how the temperature changes over time. You can decide how many data points you need. You can reset the stopwatch so timing begins when the light turns on.4.We really want to know how the energy from the light bulb is causing the temperature to change. Let’s make a calculated column to convert the time (in seconds) into energy added. The lightbulb produces 25 Watts, or 25 J/s of energy. Create a new column in your data table.
Call it energy added.
Click change column formula
Click the keys on the calculator to make the formula time * 25
Click go
5.Make a graph with Temperature on the vertical axis, and energy on the horizontal axis. Click the Linear regression button. Notice the equation you get. It is of the form:Temperature = [a number] x Energy added + [a number]Write the equation in the space below.ALL WORK DONE HERE:https://app.pivotinteractives.com/assignments/6125…
Requirements: long enough

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