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 phy131studiof15:lectures:finalp2sol [2015/12/02 09:49]mdawber [Question 6] phy131studiof15:lectures:finalp2sol [2015/12/02 09:49] (current)mdawber [Question 6] Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2015/12/02 09:49 mdawber [Question 6] 2015/12/02 09:49 mdawber [Question 6] 2015/12/02 09:47 mdawber [Question 5] 2015/12/02 09:46 mdawber [Question 4] 2015/12/02 09:43 mdawber [Question 3] 2015/12/02 09:42 mdawber [Question 2] 2015/12/02 09:40 mdawber [Question 2] 2015/12/02 09:39 mdawber [Question 1] 2015/11/30 14:52 mdawber created 2015/12/02 09:49 mdawber [Question 6] 2015/12/02 09:49 mdawber [Question 6] 2015/12/02 09:47 mdawber [Question 5] 2015/12/02 09:46 mdawber [Question 4] 2015/12/02 09:43 mdawber [Question 3] 2015/12/02 09:42 mdawber [Question 2] 2015/12/02 09:40 mdawber [Question 2] 2015/12/02 09:39 mdawber [Question 1] 2015/11/30 14:52 mdawber created Line 180: Line 180: ===== Question 6 ===== ===== Question 6 ===== - {f11finalq7fig.png}} + {{f11finalq7fig.png}} Santa slides down a chimney which has a volume of 10\,​m$^{3}$. The chimney is sealed at the bottom by a floor, and sealed at the top by Santa'​s belly. We can treat the air in the chimney as an ideal diatomic gas. (Note: Santa'​s suit has very good thermal insulation!) Santa slides down a chimney which has a volume of 10\,​m$^{3}$. The chimney is sealed at the bottom by a floor, and sealed at the top by Santa'​s belly. We can treat the air in the chimney as an ideal diatomic gas. (Note: Santa'​s suit has very good thermal insulation!)