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# University Physics with Modern Physics with Mastering Physics (11th Edition)

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17.62: Equating the heat lost by the lead to the heat gained by the calorimeter (including the water-ice mixtue), . ) ( ) 200 ( f ice cu cu ice w Pb b P L m T c m T c m m T C c m w + + + = - ° Solving for the final temperature T and using numerical values, C. 4 . 21 K) kg J kg)(390 100 . 0 ( K) kg J kg)(4190 178 . 0 ( kgK) J kg)(130 750 . 0 ( kg) J 10 kg)(334 018 . 0 ( ) C K)(255 kg J kg)(130
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Unformatted text preview: 750 . ( 3 ° = ⋅ + ⋅ + ⋅ ×-° ⋅ = T (The fact that a positive Celsius temperature was obtained indicates that all of the ice does indeed melt.)...
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