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HOW MANY GRAMS OF ICE AT 5.2 DEGREES CELSIUS CAN BE COMPLETELY CONVERTED TO LIQUID AT 6.4 CELSIUS DEGREES IF THE AVAILABLE HEAT FOR THE PROCESS IS 441800kj,FOR ICE SPECIFIC HEAT IS 2.01

Heatavail= warmingice + melting ice + heating water
441.8Kj=m*cice*(0(5.2C))+Hm*m+m*cwater*(6.40)
solve for m.
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