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At a temperature of 20°C, the volume V (in liters) of 1.33 g of O2 is related to its pressure p (in atmospheres) by the formula
V(p) = 1/p
(a) What is the average rate of change of V with respect to p as p increases from p = 7 to p = 8?
L/atm
(b) What is the rate of change to V with respect to p when p = 7?
L/atm

a) 7.5
b)2
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