Which of the following statements are true? 1. Heat is converted completely into work during isothermal expansion. 2. Isothermal expansion is reversible under ideal conditions. 3. During the process of isothermal expansion, the gas does more work than during the isobaric expansion (at constant pressure) between the same initial and final volumes. Carefully consider all options and choose the best one. A only B only C only A and B only A and C only B and C only A and B and C I can't seem to figure this one out. I think the answer is A only because that definitely works. I'm very unsure about the other two statements though. I believe B is incorrect because only adiabatic processes are reversible. And I believe C can be correct or incorrect based on the situation so I pick A. Thanks for the help guys!