Re: Room Temperature First
I think the + 100 would get to room temp first. The heat naturally goes from hotter to colder. Since the room is of great size, it could easily accept all the heat in a lesser time.
Were as on the other hand, the room really isn't that warm. It would take a long time for the limited heat energy in the room to penetrate the frozen liquid. Remember, Ice does not melt until every single molecule in the ice is at melting temperature.
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