Good afternoon. You are a student of the career of physical im 'm like someone aids with the second section (II) the following problem because I do not understand much. Thank you very much. Problem: Considering that the effects of pressure variation with height are due only factor hydrostatic (dp/dz =(rho)g)), say what is the end of a mass of an ideal gas diatomic when quasiestàticament up the atmosphere from an initial state? (Z1, T1, p1 )up to a certain height Z2. Do the calculation for two different cases: (i) assuming that the process is adiabatic (check in this case what value it has, itself, the variation of temperature with height); (ii) in the case where the gas entropy wins in proportion to the height trail, ds = (alpha)dz.