Which, if any, of the following statements about entropy is/are true? My answers are in brackets...which one(s) did I answer incorrectly? An explanation of why it's wrong would also be helpful. For a process in which Sgen = 0 is a reversible process. [True] Entropy is a measure of the order of a system. As time progresses, all natural systems will tend toward a state of higher order and less disorder. [False] Entropy is reported in units of J/K. [True] Entropy provides the arrow for time. [True] For a process in which Sgen > 0 is a real process. [True] Entropy is the same as energy and therefore reported in units of J. [False] For a process in which Sgen < 0 is an impossible process. [False] Entropy is a nonconserved property; there is no such thing as a conservation of entropy principle. Entropy is conserved only for idealized reversible processes; it increases for all real processes. [True] Thank you for your help.