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`        The temperature (T) of one mole of an ideal gas varies with its volume (V) as T = –V3 + V2, where  and are positive constants. The maximum pressure of gas during this process is`
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```							FromPV = RTwe get T = PV/R put in  T = –V3 + V2,  PV/R = -aV^3 + bV^2P = R(-aV^2 + bV)dP/dV = 0 = R(-2aV + b) = 0V = b/2aPut in Pressure value we get,P = R(-a*b^2/4a^2 + b*b/2a) = > R(b^2/2a – b^2/4a)
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