We know that,
Work done = force ×displacement
Volume = area ×displacement
Work done=pressure volume
Let change in the volume of system = ΔV = V2-V1
Thus, work done by the system W at constant pressure
From the graph we can see that V2 > V1 i.e. final volume is greater than the initial volume.
So, work done by the system continuously increases.
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