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Course: PHSX 201, Fall 2001
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402 Physics Final Exam Summer 2006 Name 1. 100 g of steam at 100oC is added to 500 g of very cold ice at -10oC. What the is final temperature of the mixture, and how many grams of ice, steam, and water remain? Please show your work.

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