Specific heat at constt. volume of an ideal gas

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The ans comes out (c) if I take specific heat at constt volume to be independent of temp.
Whether the specific heat is always temp. independent for an ideal gas??
 

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Physicists define an ideal gas as a substance with a specific heat that is independent of temperature. Engineers define an ideal gas as the limiting behavior of a real gas at low density, such that its specific heat is dependent on temperature. Other disciplines, I don't know.
 

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