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8th Grade Physical Science Thermal Energy Questions Why does an ice cube melt when you hold it in your hand? A. Heat is transferred from your hand to the ice cube. B. Heat from the ice cube is transferred to your hand. C. The ice cube radiates heat to your hand. D. Your hand transfers temperature to the ice cube.

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    ?

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    Hint: Your hand has more heat than the ice cube you are holding. Ergo the heat travels through your hand, to the ice cube, which in turns melts because of the heat from your hand.

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    Its A.

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    Correct.

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