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If 3.20 kcal of heat is added to 1.00 kg of ice at 0 degrees C, how much water at 0 degrees C is produced, and how much ice remains?

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  1. 3200 calories are what you have in heat. It takes 80 calories to melt a gram of ice. So how many grams will it melt? You will have that much water and 1000g - that melted = ice remaining.

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