A balloon has a volume of 175 cm3 at 19ºC. At what temperature will the volume of the balloon have increased by 25.0% (at constant pressure).

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  1. (V1/T1) (V2/T2)
    T must be in kelvin.
    V1 = 175 cc; V2 = 175 + (175 x 0.25)

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