**Question:**

**A system goes from $A$ to $B$ via two processes I and II as shown in figure. If $\Delta U_{1}$ and $\Delta U_{2}$ are the changes in internal energies in the processes I and II respectively, then**

relation between $\Delta U_{1}$ and $\Delta U_{2}$ can not be determined

$\Delta U_{1}=\Delta U_{2}$

$\Delta U_{2}<\Delta U_{1}$

$\Delta U_{2}>\Delta U_{1}$

Question of from chapter.

JEE Main Previous Year 2005

Correct Option: 2

**Solution:**

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