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If a sample of gas is cooled at a constant pressure until it shrinks to one-fourth its initial volume, what change in its kelvin temperature must have occurred?

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    (V1/T1) =(V2/T2)
    Since no initial volume is given I suggest you pick one that is convenient (make sure it divides by 3 evenly), then take 1/3 of that for V2.

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