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        When the pressure on a metal cube is increased by P Pa , its volume decreases to nV m3 .The bulk modulus of the material is (Initial volume is V m3) (1)  2P/(1-n) Pa(2) 2P/(1+n) Pa(3) P/(1+n) Pa(4) P/(1-n) Pa Please help
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							BULK MODULUS IS CHANGE IN PRESSURE PER RATE OF CHANGE IN VOLUME

BULK MODULUS= CHANGE IN PRESSURE * VOLUME
CHANGE IN VOLUME
=  /$\frac{\Delta P\Delta V}{V}$
= $\frac{PV}{V-nV}$
=$\frac{PV}{V(1-N))}$

9 months ago
Meet Shah
17 Points


BULK MODULUS IS CHANGE IN PRESSURE PER RATE OF CHANGE IN VOLUME

BULK MODULUS= $\frac{CHANGE IN PRESSURE * VOLUME }{CHANGE IN VOLUME}$

=$\frac{\Delta P V}{\Delta V}$

=$\frac{P V}{V-nV}$

=$\frac{P}{1-n}$


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