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## Homework Statement

There is lump of ice, that falling down into a lake that his temperature is 0 celsius degrees.

K of the lump getting melt ( = M that melt/M )

What is the height that from him, the lump fell ?

## Homework Equations

Ep = mgy

Q = mc(Delta t)

Q = mL

## The Attempt at a Solution

I advocate that

mgy = m*k*(L + t of melting)

(c of the water that melt = 1)

t of melting of water = 0

So

y = KL/g

But when I place the numerical data, the result is completily different from what the writers wrote, as I sad above.

Thanks in advance !