1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A pot on a stove burner contains 10kg of water and an unknown mass of ice at equilibrium at 0degC at time = 0min. During the first 50mins, the mixture remains at 0degC. From 50 to 60mins the temperature increases to 2degC. What is the initial mass of ice? Ignore the heat capacity of the pot. Take specific heat capacity of water to be 4186J/kg/degC and latent heat of water fusion to be 3.3x10^5 J/kg. 2. Relevant equations q=mcT and q=mL 3. The attempt at a solution I tried equating the two 'q' in the above equations with 'm' in mcT being mass of ice added to mass of water, and T there being 2. However this gives me an answer different to the book. Is my approach wrong or am I missing something?