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Re-arranging the equations of potential (internal) energy in a monoatomic gas, i get this differential equation:

[tex]\gamma (dV/V ) + (dP/P) = 0.[/tex]

where V is volume and P is pressure.

I have to integrate it.

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3. The attempt at a solution

I tried, but i wasnt able to understand how (and why) is it possible to integrate an equation with different functions and different differentials in it. My intuition tells me :just integrate !, but i dont know why does it works...

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# Homework Help: Calculate the Internal Energy of Monoatomic Gas

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