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(a) A monatomic ideal gas expands at constant pressure. Is heat added to the system or taken from the system during this process? (b) Find the heat added to or taken from

the gas in part (a) if it expands at a pressure of 130 kPa from a volume of 0.76 m3 to a volume of 0.93 m3

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