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Help! Crazy Chem AP

muchograndechicamuchograndechica Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
edited September 2007 in AP Tests Preparation

Replies to: Help! Crazy Chem AP

  • It'sGr82BeAGatorIt'sGr82BeAGator Registered User Posts: 513 Member
    What happened with the last set of problems?

    Anyways, for #1, 2, and 3 they are all done with E=Q+W. There are certain sign conventions that you have to watch out for, but I believe if it was if work is done on the gas use a - sign and a + sign if work is done on the gas
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