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In the lecture notes

http://webraft.its.unimelb.edu.au/640322/pub/notes/lectures_common/lecture3.pdf [Broken]

How did they derive the equation on the line above "L.H.S bracket is not a function of V thus"?

I can see that (d/dv)(ds)= "that equation except with the 'equals sign' replaced by '+' "

(dU/dV)=0 because it is an ideal gas.

http://webraft.its.unimelb.edu.au/640322/pub/notes/lectures_common/lecture3.pdf [Broken]

How did they derive the equation on the line above "L.H.S bracket is not a function of V thus"?

I can see that (d/dv)(ds)= "that equation except with the 'equals sign' replaced by '+' "

(dU/dV)=0 because it is an ideal gas.

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