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For example,

dA = - PdV

After intergration, it becomes

(delta)A = -(integral)PdV

I can't type the symbols.

thx!

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For example,

dA = - PdV

After intergration, it becomes

(delta)A = -(integral)PdV

I can't type the symbols.

thx!

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We have (delta - the triangle)S=q/t

then we have dS=dq/T

and then there's partial derivatives

what is the difference between them?

If I integrate say the partial derivative of dq = q? or would that equal (delta)q?

Thank you

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