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Boyle's Law Calculation Practice
Given a container of helium gas with an initial volume of 21 L and pressure of 22 Pa,
calculate the pressure if the volume is changed to 230 L.
Given your answer to the nearest Pa.
HINT
The relationship between pressure and volume is P
_{1}
V
_{1}
=P
_{2}
V
_{2}
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