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Suppose a monatomic ideal gas is changed from state A to state D by one of the processes shown on the PV diagram. Find the total work done on the gas if it follows the constant temperature path A-C followed by the constant pressure path C-D.
A = 2atm and 4L
C = 1atm and 8L
D = 1atm and 16L

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