Why Does Ice Cream Melt?

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Ice cream melts because it is matter and matter changes its state depending on pressure and temperature. Ice cream melts due to increase in temperature. Melting is the change of state from solid to liquid.
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Ice cream melts the same way and ice cube melts. When heat hit a bowl of ice cream it turns back to its room temperature state. When you put it back in the freezer it freezes.
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