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- One mole of a monoatomic, ideal gas at initial pressure
*P*and volume_{0}*V*goes to 2_{0}*P*a) along the path_{0}*PV =*constant, and b) at constant volume. Find the heat added to the gas in each case.

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One mole of a monoatomic, ideal gas at initial pressure
P0 and volume V0 goes to
2P0 a) along the path PV = constant,
and b) at constant volume. Find the heat added to the gas in each
case.

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and b) at constant volume. Find the heat added to the gas in each
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