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##### Stephanie C.

University of Central Florida

##### Morgan S.

University of Kentucky

##### Jake R.

University of Toronto

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we're asked to break the following the contents of the following containers according to increasing entropy. So first comparing A and B those are pretty similar. The difference is that he has more, has two different types of components. Got the red in A and B. We've got both red and green. So because we have two different components, be has greater entropy that a bear and B and C, they have the same components, the same number of them. But once in the liquid state and once in the gas state. So when we're comparing gases and liquids, gases always have greater entropy. So if we're gonna write these, would to go, eh has less entropy than be, has less underpay, then see?

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##### Stephanie C.

University of Central Florida

##### Morgan S.

University of Kentucky

##### Jake R.

University of Toronto