A gas has a volume of 490. mL at a temperature of -35.0 degrees C. What volume would the gas occupy at 42.0 degrees Celsius?

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  1. volume is proportional to ABSOLUTE (Kelvin) temperature

    convert the Celsius temps to Kelvin

    V1 / T1 = V2 / T2

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