problem17_15

University Physics with Modern Physics with Mastering Physics (11th Edition)

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17.15: From the point-slope formula for a straight line (or linear regression, which, while perhaps not appropriate, may be convenient for some calculators), C, 33 . 282 Pa 10 80 . 4 Pa 10 6.50 Pa 10 80 . 4 ) C 0 . 100 ( ) C 01 . 0 ( 4 4 4 ° - = × - × × ° - ° which is C 282
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Unformatted text preview: -to three figures. b) Equation (17.4) was not obeyed precisely. If it were, the pressure at the triple point would be ( 29 Pa. 10 76 . 4 ) 16 . 273 ( 4 15 . 373 Pa 10 50 . 6 4 × = = × P...
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