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II. An isobaric compression occurs from point B to point C, and the gas returns to its original volume.
III. A constant volume addition of heat occurs from point C to point A and the gas returns to its original
(a) Determine numerical values for the following ratios, justifying your answers in the spaces next to each ratio.
PA ii. PC
PA iii. TB
TA iv. TC
TA (b) During step I, the change in internal energy is zero. Explain why.
(c) During step III, the work done on the gas is zero. Explain why. © 2006 The College Board. All rights reserved.
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10 2006 AP® PHYSICS B FREE-RESPONSE QUESTIONS (Form B)
6. (10 points)
An electron of mass m is initially moving with a constant speed u , where u << c . Express all algebraic
answers in terms of the given quantities and fundamental constants.
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