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during a process, 21.6 MJ of heat is added to closed system. if the internal energy is increased by 59.6 MJ, how much work in Btu was done? is the work done on ro by the system?

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    during a process, 21.6 MJ of heat is added to closed system. if the internal energy is increased by 59.6 MJ, how much work in Btu was done? is the work done on ro by the system?

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