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comment Expressing variable in terms of other independent variables.
@zyx thanks. I added a link to the question.
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By the equilibrium of 1 and 3; and 2 and 3 the first relation of $p_1$ is derived such as $$p_1=g(V_1,p_2,V_2,V_3)$$? When was it derived? I didn't see it get derived. That is why I am asking about it.
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comment Expressing variable in terms of other independent variables.
Nope, sorry it doesn't. because I explained the bit I was stuck on and that's not the bit you clarified.
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comment Expressing variable in terms of other independent variables.
You should not need the book the zeroth law isn't the bit I am confused about. I do think it is the IFT but I understood the first application of it (for $p_3$) it was just what he did with $p_1$ that I could not see where it came from.
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accepted How can I make this type of substitution in maple?
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comment How can I make this type of substitution in maple?
It's not a question about how to best keep my laundry colours from dying my lights, it's directly related to mathematics.