Posted by **José** on Saturday, March 24, 2012 at 11:24am.

For a particular mass of gas, the volume (Vcm^3) and pressure (Pcm) of mecury (Hg) are related by P=kV^n, where k and n are constants. Reduce the relation to a linear one and determine the values of k and n given that when v=110cm^3, P=50.3cm and when V=230cm^3, P=18.6cm

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