Entropy and second law of thermodynamics, Physics

Show that the heat transferred during an in nitesimal quasi-static process of an ideal gas
can be written as
dQ =
Cv
nR
V dP +
Cp
nR
PdV:
Apply this equation to an adiabatic process and show that PV
= constant:
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