# Chemistry

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When working with the combined gas law you would use the following equation:

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

I am not quite sure how you would rearrange this equation to solve for T2. Please Help ! :)

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I have no idea, how I'll give it a shot. Maybe you should move the (P2)(V2) to the other side.

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

That is just a guess. I hope that helps you somehow

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Well that's what i guessed, but apparently it's not right. But thank you for guessing at least.

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T2 = P2V2T1/(P1V1)

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thank you !

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