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Do ice cubes melt better in boiling or cold water?
Answer 1:

Do you think ice cubes melt faster in boiling water or cold water? Why?

Ice cubes need heat to melt. Boiling water has more heat than cold water, so ice cubes will melt better in boiling water than in cold water.

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