Problem 1: Calculate the position of critical point (VC, PC, and TC) using Berthelot equation of state.

Problem 2: Derive Euler’s Theorem for homogeneous function of order n.

**Subject Physics Thermodynamics**

Problem 1: Calculate the position of critical point (VC, PC, and TC) using Berthelot equation of state.

Problem 2: Derive Euler’s Theorem for homogeneous function of order n.

Problem 2: Derive Euler’s Theorem for homogeneous function of order n.

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