Heat distribution system, Physics

Consider the water heat distribution system shown below where:

The fractions refer to the fraction of the stream ?owing, e.g. 20% of the stream leaving the 100,000 Btu/ hr heater goes to the exit.  
+ Q is a heater, energy being added to the water stream

a)  What is the outlet temperature?

b)  What is the temperature of stream #1

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