Heat (p. 52): "...twice its current heat level (in inches) will be subtracted from the unit's **ground movement rating**."

Sprinting (p. 38): "To find a unit's Sprint speed, multiply its current **ground Move** by 1.5 and round up."

Question: Is heat applied to the base move rating before calculating the Sprint speed?

Example: For a unit with a base speed of 10" and 2 points of heat, do we subtract 4" due to heat first, bringing the effective speed to 6", and then calculate Sprint speed which in this case would result in a 9" Sprint? The alternative argument was that Sprint was determined before reductions (e.g. 15") and then the -4" from heat was applied then resulting in an 11" Sprint.