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0.01238 mol of an ideal gas undergoes a process where its volume is increased from 132 cm3 to 181 cm3. The pressure of the gas during the process is p(V) = A (V/Vo)^2, where A = 1.12 atm and Vo = 100 cm3. What is the heat added to the gas during this process? Take Cp = 29.2 J/mol/K and Cv = 20.9 J/mol/K. Write your answer to three significant figures.

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