1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Soda from a ms=12 oz can at temperature Ts=13 degrees C is poured in its entirety into a glass containing a mass mI=0.16kg amount of ice at temperature TI=-19.5 degrees C. Assume that ice and water have the following specfic heats c1=2090 J/(kg*C) and cs= 4186 J/(kg*C), and latent heat of fusion of ice is Lf=334 kj/kg. a) In degrees celsius, what is the final temperature Tfinal of the mixture? b) Write an expression for how much of the ice mmelted has melted? c) In kilograms, how much of the ice mmelted has melted? 2. Relevant equations Q= m*c*deltaT 3. The attempt at a solution So I think you start by converting the 12 oz can to kg to get the mass at that particular temperature. Then would you set two separate Q equations equal to one another to solve for Tf? So Q= ms*cs*(Tf-13) and Q= mI*cI*(Tf-(-19.5)) and set these equal to each other, but then how does the latent heat of fusion of ice play into the calculation?