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Which equation is set up correctly to determine the volume of a 1.5 mole sample of oxygen gas at 22°C and 100 kPa?

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    Use PV=nRT
    P is pressure in atm
    V is what you are looking for
    n is number of moles (1.5 mol)
    R is a constant( .08206)
    And T is temperature in Kelvin (22+273)
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