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blueyellow

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i got:

change in entropy =mc ln (Tf/Ti) (mc ln (T subcript f/T subcript i))

but if the mass tends to inifinity the expression seems to blow up

thanks in advance

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blueyellow

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i got:

change in entropy =mc ln (Tf/Ti) (mc ln (T subcript f/T subcript i))

but if the mass tends to inifinity the expression seems to blow up

thanks in advance

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Andrew Mason

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As the mass increases what happens to Tf/Ti?

i got:

change in entropy =mc ln (Tf/Ti) (mc ln (T subcript f/T subcript i))

but if the mass tends to inifinity the expression seems to blow up

thanks in advance

Let Tf = Ti + dT where Ti is very close to Tf.

Express the change in entropy in terms of Ti and dT.

AM

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