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A lead bullet moves horizontally with a velocity of 130 ms-1 and embedded into a cement wall after collision. If the specific heat capacity of lead = 130 JKg-1°C-1 and all heat produces is absorbed by the bullet, what is the increase in temperature of the bullet?

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