Calculate the pressure and temperature, Physics

A box is divided into two parts of equal volume via a partition. The box is thermally insulated from the surroundings.  Consider that compartment 1 contains an ideal gas A at P0, T0 and compartment 2 is evacuated.

(a) Calculate the pressure and temperature in both compartments at equilibrium if the partition is removed.

(b)  Calculate the entropy change due to the removal of the partition.

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