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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
pressure.
(a) Determine numerical values for the following ratios, justifying your answers in the spaces next to each ratio.
i. PB
=
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 FREERESPONSE 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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