They have us two containers, one which has more water in it and other has less water. They are heated at the same temperature. Which one will have higher heat?
My book is saying the one with little water in it will have more heat. But how?
"If a large mass is at_ a higher temperature it will have more heat energy than a smaller mass at that temperature." So why isn't this the case here?
Isn't heat directly proportional to mass? The larger the mass the more heat in it?