If 50,000joules of heat is added to 10kg of lead at its melting point of 330 degrees celsius.If 2kg of lead melts,calculate the latent heat of fusion of lead

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  1. It took 50,000 joules to melt 2 kg of lead so
    25,000 Joules/kg

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