## q under non-constant pressure

$\Delta U=q+w$

Luis De La Cruz 1H
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### q under non-constant pressure

Will we have to be given delta(U) and the variables to solve for work under non-constant pressure conditions to solve for q at a pressure that isn't constant, or would we just use q=mCvdelta(T) (given the mass and temperatures)? Or does this just depend on the question being asked?

Ashin_Jose_1H
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### Re: q under non-constant pressure

It would ultimately be dependant on the question: on which variables they ask us to solve and the given info.