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Moose100

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OK I am posting the pics of my notes. This text isn't helping me get this across this is for the first problem 16.32

At "part 3"i did use a polynomial calculator. Where one of the roots is x=-0.032. I wanted to make sure that you saw I was heeding your advice.

Also the values in the mass action ratio reflect me multiplying the equilibrium values by 2 to reflect a doubling in pressure that comes from moving in the the piston halfway.

At "part 3"i did use a polynomial calculator. Where one of the roots is x=-0.032. I wanted to make sure that you saw I was heeding your advice.

Also the values in the mass action ratio reflect me multiplying the equilibrium values by 2 to reflect a doubling in pressure that comes from moving in the the piston halfway.

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