To be particular in that problem, we also require the composition of air. I assumed it to be \(N_{2}\) and \(O_{2}\) in 4:1 ratio. The person should also give the values like \(g\), \(R\) and temperature . So, the error was due to my own assumptions.

I will tell yoy a funny thing. There was once a question in which the probability was asked, you know it will be 0.something. In the answer box, it was written 'decimals OK', so I simply wrote 0 as the answer. I don't know why, but it went wrong!

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To be particular in that problem, we also require the composition of air. I assumed it to be \(N_{2}\) and \(O_{2}\) in 4:1 ratio. The person should also give the values like \(g\), \(R\) and temperature . So, the error was due to my own assumptions.

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I will tell yoy a funny thing. There was once a question in which the probability was asked, you know it will be 0.something. In the answer box, it was written 'decimals OK', so I simply wrote 0 as the answer. I don't know why, but it went wrong!

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