# Fundamental equation (thermodynamics) from Euler's equation

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## Summary:

So in the fundamental equation, there's this one term which does'nt seem like it should be there but it is.

by substituting all values in the euler equation you get most of the terms in the fundamental equation but not (N/No)^-(c+1)
How do you get this term?

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Summary:: So in the fundamental equation, there's this one term which does'nt seem like it should be there but it is.

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by substituting all values in the euler equation you get most of the terms in the fundamental equation but not (N/No)^-(c+1)
How do you get this term?