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What would be the final temperature of the mixture when .5 g of ice at -10 degree are mixed with 250g of water at 30 degree centigrade? S.H.C of ice 0.5cal/g degree centigrade and S.L.H of ice = 80cal/g.

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  1. Same as last problem
    mc change T of ice from -5 to 0
    mL solid ice to liquid ice
    mc change T melted ice to Tf
    mc change T of water from 30 to Tf

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