Algebra
posted by mary .
In chemistry, n molecules of an ideal gas have pressure (P), volume (V), and temperature (T) that stand in the following relation, where R is a constant.
PV = nRT
If you solve for n what would be a good equation?
I came up with n=PV/RT
Some other choices are
n= PV  RT
n= PVRT

"I came up with n=PV/RT"
is correct.
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