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Calculate the total heat content of 10 kg of ice at -23°C. (Hint: absolute zero is -273°C.)

Be mindful of significant figure rules for both multiplication and addition.

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10 kg * 2.108 kJ/kg-K * (-23 + 273)K

= 5270 k J

= 5,270,000 J

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