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Agas initially at p1 = 1 bar and occupying a volume of 0.5 liter is compressed within a pistonâ€“cylinder assembly to a final pressure p2 = 4 bar. (a) if the relationship between pressure and volume during the compression is pv = constant, determine the volume, in liters, at a pressure of 3 bar. (b) repeat for a linear pressureâ€“volume relationship between the same end states. reference

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Three charge are arranged as shown in the diagram. the magnitude of the net electrical force acting on the +6 uc charge, rounded to the tenths place, is .

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Suppose that f : rn â†’ rm and that a âˆˆ k, where k is a connected subset of rn . suppose further that for each x âˆˆ k there exists a Î´x > 0 such that f(x) = f(y) for all y âˆˆ bÎ´x (x). prove that f is constant on k; that is, f(x) = f(a) for all x âˆˆ k

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Physics, 22.06.2019 23:00

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