Calculate the temperature of that superheated steam, Chemistry

It is desired to create 5 kg of superheated steam at 300o C and 20 bar using an isobaric mixer. If 543 kJ of heat are sent to the system, and 2 kg of saturated steam is mixed with another stream of superheated steam, what is the temperature of that superheated steam?

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