Posted by **Bill** on Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at 10:45pm.

In this problem, your answers should be mathematical expressions involving a variable.

Consider an ideal gas with an absolute temperature of T1

To what temperature would you need to heat the gas to double its pressure?

T2=?

I got T2=2P but it is wrong

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