Calculate the entropy change in the universe, Physics

A 2kg piece of copper at 200o C is taken out of a furnace and is allowed to cool in air with an ambient temperature of 25o C. Calculate the entropy change in the universe as a result of this process. The Cp of copper is 0.38 kJ/kg K.

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