Chemisty: Fundamental flaw in an experiment

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There was a flaw in our experiment to calculate the heat of fusion for water. It somehow has to relate to mass. 

We have 100g of water, 7.55g of ice. Change in temp of the valorimeter at 6.1,. To find the change in heat energy do we take, 100*6.1 or 107.55*6.1? And then to find the heat of fusion we divide the answer above by the what's wrogn wit hthe experiment then? 

Any ideas?

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