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\[\huge\rm \frac{ pv }{ v }=\frac{ NRT }{ v }\]
and you don't need a calculator

pv over v = ?

the thing is i dont get it

pv/v = ?
2/2= 1 so pv/v = ?

does the p by itself?

hello

Do you still not understand?

no

yes so when you divide pv/v \[\frac{ p\cancel{v} }{\cancel{ v} }= p\]

k then what

Ok so you understand why she had pv/v=nrt/v

i knew that i p is by it self .and i dont know want to do next

then nothing you need p itself
and you got that.

that's it!

and i also mentioned why we dividing by v

i dont put nRt/v

what do you mean ?

that is put of the question

It's not going to be a number answer

i know

so P = nrt/v

isn't it right ?

That's what I got

Enter '1.230e3' in the answer box below. (Round your answer to four significant figures)

so what is the right answer

hello

what did you get after dividing both sides by v ?

nothing it told it was wrong

subject name ?
what's the statement ?

i guess they are asking totally different thing .....

it goes with pv/v=nRT/v

It's \[\huge\rm 'Pv=nRT'\] should mentioned that *'* anyway i was doing algebra stuff

and i'm sorry i don't know how to solve that for P

Were you given values for n, T, and V?