A 1.2 ton air conditioner has the capacity to freeze 2400 lb of ice at 0°C in a day. What is the equivalent rate of transport of heat in watts? QH(out)= QL(in) + Wi Coefficient of Performance= QL/ (QH-QL) Coefficient of Performance of an Ideal System: TL/ (TH-TL) QL/QH= TL/TH I really don't know where to begin with this problem. I know 1.2 tons is equal to 2400lbs. So, the air conditioner and the amount of meat it freezes is a 1 to 1 ratio, but what does any of that have to do with the problem? I'm not given the heat-out or heat-in so how could I possibly calculate the transport of heat in watts? The solution to a similar problem (1 ton air conditioner and 2000lbs of meat is 3.5kW), but I need to know how to solve these type of problems. Any help would be greatly appreciated!