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Use the ideal gas equation to answer this question. (Recall that R is .0821 L · atm/K · mol. ) What pressure is exerted by .35 moles of a gas at 23 0 C if it is held in a container with a volume of 2.3 liters?

What's your problem with this? Substitute te numbers and calculate it. The 23.0C must be converted to kelvin.
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