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assume I have 3 systems a,b and c.

the equilibrium between a and c can be described by the equality P

and the same for b and c - P

why does the equality g(B1,..., Bk) = f(A1,..., An) describes an equilibrium between A and B?

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then they are in equilibrium with each other, but I can find different pairs of P

the equilibrium between a and c can be described by the equality P

_{c}V_{c}= f(A1,..., An)and the same for b and c - P

_{c}V_{c}= g(B1,...,Bk).why does the equality g(B1,..., Bk) = f(A1,..., An) describes an equilibrium between A and B?

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^{th}law states that if A and B are in equilibrium with c **for the same value of the thermodynamics coordinates of C**then they are in equilibrium with each other, but I can find different pairs of P

_{c}and V_{c}that will result in the same value of P_{c}V_{c}.
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