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Posted by Jonathan on Monday, November 19, 2012 at 10:10am.

2. Suppose you pour 15 g of hot water (at 55 oC) into a glass that contains 20 g of ice (at - 10 oC). Neglect the heat absorbed in the glass itself.

a. How much heat would the water give up to get cooled to the melting point?

b. How much heat would it take to get the ice to the melting point?

c. Would some of the ice melt?

d. How much would melt?

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