Posted by **Rosie829** on Monday, April 4, 2011 at 7:10pm.

With respect to Boyle's law (lab experiment with textbooks on an apparatus), if in the classroom the air pressure in the classroom is equal to 2.4 textbooks, how does one find the total pressure of a book with the volume of 26?

Am I on the right track by dividing the volume of a textbook by 2.4 (the air pressure in the classroom given by the Chemistry teacher)? Thank you for your valuable time!

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