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The Van der Waals equation provides an approximate model for the behavior of real gases. The equation is P(V, T) = - , where P is pressure, V is volume, T is Kelvin temperature, and a,b , and R are constants. Find the partial derivative of the function with respect to each variable.

▸ PV = - ; PT =

▸ PV = ; PT = -

▸ PV = - + ; PT =

▸ PV = - ; PT =
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