1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An ideal monatomic gas is confined to a cylindrical container having a movable, yet "snuggly-fitting," lid that slides up and down to accommodate changes in pressure and volume. The diagram shown below, outlines the steps in a heat cycle starting at position A and moving through positions B, C, D and then back to A. *ignore the axes labels* PV diagram2 Given: PA = PB = 12.0 atm PC = PD = 6.0 atm VA = VD = 5.0 m3 VB = VC = 30.0 m3 temperature of point C is 900 K moles of gas are present 2437.3376 How much total heat is added during the cycle? 2. Relevant equations Q=nCp delta T Q=nCv delta T PV=nRT 3. The attempt at a solution I tried: Q=Q+Q=nCp delta T+nCv delta T=2437.3376*20.78*150+2437.3376*12.47*1500 =53187581 J but this is wrong. Why? and what is the actual answer?