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The formula for a particular gas is shown below, with pressure "P" in kilo pascals (kPa) and volume "V" in liters. What is the volume in liters for a pressure of 208 kPa? Round to the nearest liter and include units! V=625/P PLEASE SOLVE

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  1. ivancsc1996
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    Do you know which are the units of the "625" in the equation:\[V=\frac{ 625 }{ P }\]?

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    \[V=\frac{ 625 }{ 208*10^3 }=3 *10^{-3}kPa=3 Pa\]

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