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You add 7800 calories of heat to a block of ice at -40 degrees celsius. the temperature of the ice rises to 0 degrees celsius. how much ice did you heat up?

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  1. q = mass ice x specific heat ice x delta T.
    q = 7800 calories.
    mass = unknown
    you will need to look up specific heat solid ice.
    delta T = 40.

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