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Answer this question based on the following information:
specific heat capacity of ice = 2,000 J/kg-C
latent heat of fusion of water = 334,000 J/kg
specific heat capacity of water = 4,000 J/kg-C

After a 1 kg block of ice melts, the amount of heat required to raise its temperature to 10C is

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