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The density (in g/L) of CO2 at 444 torr and -6.0°C is __________. Express answer to three (thousandth) decimal places

I don't know how to start this problem at all. Help please.

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    C'mon. I derived an equation for you this morning. All you need to do is to substitute and solve.
    P*M = (g/L)*R*T
    P is pressure in atmosphere. You show it in torr. torr/760 = atm. M is molar mass. g/L is density. R is a constant = 0.08206 and T is temperature in Kelvin. Plug and chug.

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