determine the mass of air, Mechanical Engineering

An amount of air contained in a rigid container is at  T1 = 300 K.  After adding 450 kJ of heat, the air temperature increases to  T2 = 430 K.  Determine the mass of air,  m [kg], by using the following information sources:

a) Table A5        
b) Table A6 via integration    

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