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How do I solve this problem  i37_tinypic_com/qqeo8w.jpg (replace the underscore with a dot)
It gives the pressure, volume, and temperature and the only formula that has all those values is PV=nRT but I don't know where to get the number of moles since it doesn't give any element.

Chemistry 
DrBob222
I tried pasting that in, after making the changes, and didn't get anything. Perhaps you can type in the problem in words.

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Hello, I finally got it after like an hour and a half of trying.
Basically, it gave the pressure, volume, and temperature and was asking what the new pressure is after reducing the volume and increasing the temperature.
So happy I finally got it. :) 
Chemistry 
DrBob222
Good work. You ALWAYS feel good after figuring out those tough ones on your own.
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