Physics - Heating houses

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The amount of energy needed to heat an object depends on the mass of the object, the type of material it is made from and the temperature increase.

Temperature is a measure of how hot something is.

Heat is a measure of the thermal energy contained in an object.

Temperature is measured in ºC, and heat is measured in J.

The temperature of the substance does not change during meltingboiling orfreezing, even

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