# 1.1 As the result of one complete cycle of a Carnot engine, will the entropy in...

1.1 As the result of one complete cycle of a Carnot engine, will the entropy in the working fluid increase, decrease, stay the same, or change indeterminably based on the provided information?

A. Increase B. Decrease C. Stay the same D. Indeterminable

1.2 As the result of one complete cycle of a Carnot engine, will the entropy in the universe increase, decrease, stay the same, or change indeterminably based on the provided information?

A. Increase B. Decrease C. Stay the same D. Indeterminable

1.3 A piston-cylinder contains an ideal gas. During an internally reversible process, the entropy of the system:

A. will always increase B. will always stay constant C. can increase, decrease, or stay the same, depending on the process

1.4 Considering an air compressor, I would like to use the following equation to analyze the required power: List 5 assumptions I need to make to be able to apply this equation.

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