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Q1. | The general gas energy equation is (where Q_{1 - 2} = Heat supplied, dU = Change in internal energy, and W_{1 - 2} = Work done in heat units) |

A. | Q1 - 2 = dU + W1 - 2 [Correct Answer] |

B. | Q1 - 2 = dU - W1 - 2 [Wrong Answer] |

C. | Q1 - 2 = dU/W1 - 2 [Wrong Answer] |

D. | Q1 - 2 = dU x W1 - 2 [Wrong Answer] |

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Explanation:-
Answer : ADiscuss it below :Brajesh mech Classes Said on 2018-10-09 13:51:39dQ=dU+dW according to first law of thermo dynamics ..Q1-2 is written because Q is the path function or inexact differential ... !! OOPS Login [Click here] is required to post your answer/resultHelp other students, write article, leave your comments |

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