Posted by **Cliff** on Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 3:59pm.

Please let me know how you would approach the gas law problem. Here goes:

If the pressure exerted on the gas in a weather ballon decreases from 1.01 atm to 0.562 atm as it rises. By what factor will the volume of the gas in the ballon increase as it rises?

I can't seem to figure out which gas law mathematical equation to apply.

Thanks for being helpful.

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