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what would be the final amount of water in a mixture when 2kg ice at -20 degrees celsius is mixed with 5kg water at 20 degrees celsius? Given:specific heat capacity of ice=0.5/gram degree celsius,specific heat capacity of water=1cal/gram degree celsius,latent heat of fusion of ice=80 cal/grams

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