Posted by **Tracy** on Monday, March 12, 2012 at 9:04am.

A cylinder contains 0.1 cubic meters of gas at atmospheric pressure. This gas is allowed to expand until its pressure drops to 7800 Pa. What is the gas volume after this expansion has taken place?

Is this answer right: 7800/10130 = 0.770

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