I have met a question in a high school physics book which I think is incorrectly formulated.
The question is this: In order to reach boiling temperature, a certain liquid requires twice the amount of energy compared to water. At what temperature does it boil?
The book says the answer is 200 Celsius.
It seems wrong to me because it does not mention the specific heat of the liquid. Knowing only the amount of heat provided is not enough to know the temperature it will reach, I think.
Am I wrong or is the book wrong?