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A scoop of ice cream is placed on top of a warm piece of pie in a bowl.
Which statements about the scenario are true?
(Select all that apply.)

the pies energy will destroy a portion of the ice creams energy

the overall amount of energy in the bowl will neither increase nor decrease

the pie will decrease in energy

the ice cream will increase energy

please help

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  1. Assuming that the bowl is a perfect insulator, and does not absorb any of the energies involved, then only A is false. No energy is destroyed.

    C and D certainly will occur.

    If the bowl interacts with the pie and ice cream, then depending on its temperature, it might affect things in several ways.

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  2. thank you (:

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