1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Occasionally, huge icebergs are found floating on the ocean's currents. Suppose one such iceberg is 149 km long, 27.7 km wide, and 152 m thick. (a) How much heat in joules would be required to melt this iceberg (assumed to be at 0 °C) into liquid water at 0 °C? The density of ice is 917 kg/m3. (b) The annual energy consumption by the United States in 1994 was 9.3 x 1019 J. If this energy were delivered to the iceberg every year, how many years would it take before the ice melted? 2. Relevant equations heat required = mass of ice x heat of fusion for ice mass of water is found from density and volume of ice density of ice=mass of ice/volume of ice 3. The attempt at a solution a very large number not worth mentioning b/c its not right!