Posted by **Joanna** on Thursday, March 8, 2012 at 9:31am.

an ideal monatomic gas is allow to expand slowly until its pressure is reduced to exactly half its original value. By what factor those the volume changes if the pressure is (1)isothermal (2)adiabatic.

Please is the answer suppose to be a calculation or an explanation

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