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Commodity prices of NaCl and urea are about \$0.033/lb for NaCl (as rock salt) and about \$0.10/lb for urea. Calculate the cost of treating 1000 lb of ice on a surface to produce a solution that
melts at -3.9 degrees Celsius with each chemical.
I know you use to delta T= mkfi but after i find m idk what to do next please help

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