A system has 600 j of heat and does 300 j of work. What is the change in internal energy?

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A system has 600 j of heat and does 300 j of work. What is the change in internal energy?

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    Answer:

    The final energy is 1,700 J

    Explanation: According to first law of thermodynamics:

    =Final energy-initial energy=Change in internal energy

    q = heat absorbed or released

    w = work done by or on the system

    w = work done by the system=  {Work done by the system is negative as the final volume is greater than initial volume}

    q = +500J   {Heat absorbed by the system is positive}

    w = work done by the system = -300J

    Explanation:

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