anonymous
  • anonymous
how do we solve g(F,L,T)=0 for f the answer should be F=F(L,T)
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reemii
  • reemii
You need to put it in some context.
anonymous
  • anonymous
did you receive my reply
reemii
  • reemii
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anonymous
  • anonymous
am typing the full statement
anonymous
  • anonymous
we want to calculate the increase in tension F of a wire clamped between two rigid supports a distance L apart when it is cooled from T to T(1) we know that the equilibrium states of the wire are fixed by specifying two oof the state variables F,L, and T which are related by some equation of state g(F,L,T)=0 the wire undergoes a process in which it is changed from one equilibrium state (F(1),T(1)) to another (F(2), T(2)) both with the same length. for any one of these states we may write g(F,L,T)=0 or solving for F F=F(L,T)
reemii
  • reemii
no idea sry

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