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# P1v1^gamma Watch

1. How do I step by step rearrange P1 V1 ^ gamma = P2 V2 ^ gamma For just P2 ???
2. (Original post by HG1)
How do I step by step rearrange P1 V1 ^ gamma = P2 V2 ^ gamma For just P2 ???

Divide both sides by V2^gamma

You get P2 = P1V1^gamma/V2^gamma
3. (Original post by HG1)
How do I step by step rearrange P1 V1 ^ gamma = P2 V2 ^ gamma For just P2 ???
Have a look at the right hand side of the equation. What do you need to do to it to obtain ?
4. (Original post by Kyx)
Divide both sides by V2^gamma

You get P2 = P1V1^gamma/V2^gamma
Ah I get it , lol so obvious
5. (Original post by HG1)
Ah I get it , lol so obvious
I think the gamma got you confused

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