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    How did you get that? Using double interpolation?
    no i think double interpolation wasnt correct

    i used singular interpolation on the density table

    i used the first pressure as 0.1 mega pascals and the second pressure as 0.5 mega pascals and the temp is 250

    at the first pressure the density is 0.416 and the second pressure the density is 2.108

    p = 0.416 + (2.108-0.416) * (0.4-0.1) / (0.5-0.1) = 1.685

    1/p = 1/1.685 = 0.593
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    no latex but i cba :laugh:
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    no i think double interpolation wasnt correct

    i used singular interpolation on the density table

    i used the first pressure as 0.1 mega pascals and the second pressure as 0.5 mega pascals and the temp is 250

    at the first pressure the density is 0.416 and the second pressure the density is 2.108

    p = 0.416 + (2.108-0.416) * (0.4-0.1) / (0.5-0.1) = 1.685

    1/p = 1/1.685 = 0.593
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    no latex but i cba :laugh:
    OMG I forgot 1/p = v :rolleyes:

    THANKS!
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    (Original post by ServantOfMorgoth)
    OMG I forgot 1/p = v :rolleyes:

    THANKS!
    ay lmao not looking good for your exam :laugh:
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    (Original post by ServantOfMorgoth)
    OMG I forgot 1/p = v :rolleyes:

    THANKS!
    i think the main reason is because the 0.1 and 0.5 are quite far apart something closer like 0.3 and its corresponding density wouldve give an answer closer to the true answer

    also gl with your exam
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    ay lmao not looking good for your exam :laugh:
    :afraid:

    (Original post by Shadez)
    i think the main reason is because the 0.1 and 0.5 are quite far apart something closer like 0.3 and its corresponding density wouldve give an answer closer to the true answer

    also gl with your exam
    And yeah thanks :smile:
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    i think the main reason is because the 0.1 and 0.5 are quite far apart something closer like 0.3 and its corresponding density wouldve give an answer closer to the true answer

    also gl with your exam
    Exam was great :woo:
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    Exam was great :woo:
    W00t!
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    Exam was great :woo:
    Awesome
 
 
 
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