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A Partial Differential - Thermodynamics

  1. Jul 13, 2016 #1
    Hello guys!
    I'm new here, so sorry if I'm posting on wrong place or wrong way.

    I just need help to solve a problem:
    (∂E/∂V)β, N + β(∂p/∂β)N, V = - p

    PS: There is a bar over E and over p (this in both sides) - meaning that is an average.

    I don't know how to start, so any help will be amazing.
    I'm not a physicist, so I'm having a bad time trying to solve this.

    Thank you very much!

    Equation latex
    \left(\frac{\partial \overline{E}}{\partial V}\right)_{\beta, N} + \beta \left(\frac{\partial \overline{p}}{\partial \beta}\right)_{N, V} = - \overline{p}
     
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  3. Jul 13, 2016 #2
    FYI in this forum

    If you put your Latex code between double #'s you get your equation in line with the
    text ##\left(\frac{\partial \overline{E}}{\partial V}\right)_{\beta, N} + \beta \left(\frac{\partial \overline{p}}{\partial \beta}\right)_{N, V} = - \overline{p}##

    if you put your Latex code between double $'s you get your equation alone and centered

    $$\left(\frac{\partial \overline{E}}{\partial V}\right)_{\beta, N} + \beta \left(\frac{\partial \overline{p}}{\partial \beta}\right)_{N, V} = - \overline{p}$$
     
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