1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 130 J of energy is supplied as heat to 3.00 moles of an ideal gas at constant pressure, the temperature rises by 4.00 K. Calculate the molar heat capacity at constant pressure, CP,m and the molar heat capacity at constant volume, CV,m for the gas. Is the gas monatomic or diatomic? 2. Relevant equations Cp= Q/ T Cp= Cv + nR Cp,m = Cv,m +R 3. The attempt at a solution Cp= Q/ T = 130/ 4= 32.5 Cp= Cv + nR 32.5 = Cv +3 (8.314) Cv= 7.558 heat capacity at constant pressure Cp = 32.5 at capacity at constant volume Cv = 7.558 how do i go from here to calculate molar heat capacity..