1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data a system uses monoatomic ideal gas describing the following cycle (quasi static) and basically the p-v graph is a circle,and it starts on the left side of the circle with states A, B, C, D (so that B and D are top an bottom) and so P on A (PA) is equal to PC and VB= VD given values: Cv=3/2R PA=PC= 2*105Pa PD=1*105Pa PB=3*105Pa VA=0.001m3 VB=VD=0.002m3 VC=0.003m3. what is the work done by the gas? 3. The attempt at a solution so iv realized B to C and D to A are isothermal and i can calculate work for those, but the other two arent and they also arent adiabatic. Im lost. there are so many relations due the first law, i dont know what to do. please a hint.