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1. Having some issues with this question, ive done the first 3 parts, however struggling with what to do for the 3rd part, as im not even certain what exactly the end result would looks like.

Would appreciate any help in starting me off
2. (Original post by Eremor)

Having some issues with this question, ive done the first 3 parts, however struggling with what to do for the 3rd part, as im not even certain what exactly the end result would looks like.

Would appreciate any help in starting me off
Wish i new wat u was on about g. In science i just used 2 set dem books and dat on fire lol lmfao
3. (Original post by Shawn-in-a-box)
Wish i new wat u was on about g. In science i just used 2 set dem books and dat on fire lol lmfao
4. (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
I don't get wat u mean m8.
5. (Original post by Eremor)

Having some issues with this question, ive done the first 3 parts, however struggling with what to do for the 3rd part, as im not even certain what exactly the end result would looks like.

Would appreciate any help in starting me off
its really easy

x2=rrrr+135ff to the power ot 3dff54555 x 23-3/3444= 2
6. (Original post by Eremor)

Having some issues with this question, ive done the first 3 parts, however struggling with what to do for the 3rd part, as im not even certain what exactly the end result would looks like.

Would appreciate any help in starting me off
The 4th part?

If so, then they've told you that

Now use that and the ideal gas law relations at the top to find a relationship between for this process. You'll have to integrate something.

The process is called an adiabatic compression, BTW.

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