# Math

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given pV = nRT(1 + (B/V) + (C/(V^2)) + (D/(V^3)) )

I know how to do partial differentiation, but I have no idea how to rearrange this for V

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Sorry that didn't come out clearly. The first part is meant to say Find and then the partial differential dV/dp

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