Specific Heat

If the specific heat for gold is 129 J/kg∙K, how much heat energy is needed to raise the temperature of 200 g of gold by 30 K?

Hint
When heat energy is applied to an object, the temperature is impacted by a specific amount. Specific heat is a value that describes the relationship between heat energy and temperature, and is unique for every material.
Hint 2
$$$Q=mc_{p}(\Delta T)$$$
where $$Q$$ is the heat energy applied to a system, $$m$$ is the object's mass, $$c_p$$ is the specific heat (at constant pressure), and $$\Delta T$$ is the temperature change
When heat energy is applied to an object, the temperature is impacted by a specific amount. Specific heat is a value that describes the relationship between heat energy and temperature, and is unique for every material.
$$$Q=mc_{p}(\Delta T)$$$
where $$Q$$ is the heat energy applied to a system, $$m$$ is the object's mass, $$c_p$$ is the specific heat (at constant pressure), and $$\Delta T$$ is the temperature change
$$$Q=(.2kg)129\frac{J}{kg\cdot K}(30K)=774\:J$$$
774 J