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Why do we write ?E or E2 ? E1, whereas we write 1Q2 and

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Problem 3CGP

Problem 3CGP

Why do we write ΔE or E2 − E1, whereas we write 1Q2 and 1W2?

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Since the integration depends on the starting and ending states between  is used instead  to indicate inexact differential. Where  is refers to the total energy for state 1. So  indicates the cumulative heat transfer during the process for state 1 and 2. The same is applies to the work term also .

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