Posted by **sweetpea** on Friday, July 27, 2012 at 2:48pm.

using gas laws

using P1,V1,T1,P2,V2,T2

soling for P2

P1,V1/T1 =P2,V2/T2 Divide by V2 =T2/V2

(P1)(V1)(T2)/(T1)(V2)=P2

If I'm solving for P2, is this the right set up?

Thanks

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