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Yes because endothermic reactions require energy for the reaction to go forward, so endothermic reactions are held back by the lack of energy, but when you supply that energy in the form of heat with higher temperatures the reaction is allowed to take place more often resulting in a equilibrium shift towards the products.
Endothermic means that there is energy going into the reaction. So if there is an increase of temperature endothermic is favored because the increased heat allows the reaction to favor the products.
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