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Please provide some help deriving the ideal gas equation for a monatomic gas.

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This solution shows step-by-step calculations and explanations on how to derive the ideal gas equation for a monoatomic gas using principles from the Boltzmann distribution. Diagrams and all formulas used are included for better understanding.

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