This exercise requires you to enter a mathematical expression.
Solve for P.
pv/v=nRT/v

- anonymous

This exercise requires you to enter a mathematical expression.
Solve for P.
pv/v=nRT/v

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- Nnesha

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

- Nnesha

pv over v = ?

- anonymous

the thing is i dont get it

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- Nnesha

you have to solve that equation for *P*
so our job is to cancel out v from left side
to do that we need to divide both sides by v

- Nnesha

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

- Nnesha

p is multiplying with v
that's we are dividing (opposite of multiplication ) to cancel out v from left side

- anonymous

does the p by itself?

- anonymous

hello

- anonymous

Do you still not understand?

- anonymous

no

- Nnesha

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

- anonymous

k then what

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

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

- Nnesha

then nothing you need p itself
and you got that.

- Nnesha

that's it!

- Nnesha

and i also mentioned why we dividing by v

- anonymous

i dont put nRt/v

- Nnesha

what do you mean ?

- anonymous

that is put of the question

- anonymous

It's not going to be a number answer

- anonymous

i know

- Nnesha

so P = nrt/v

- Nnesha

isn't it right ?

- anonymous

That's what I got

- anonymous

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

- Nnesha

enter where ?
and that's not up there ^^
your question is
**This exercise requires you to enter a mathematical expression.
Solve for P.
pv/v=nRT/v
***

- anonymous

so what is the right answer

- anonymous

hello

- Nnesha

what did you get after dividing both sides by v ?

- anonymous

nothing it told it was wrong

- Nnesha

subject name ?
what's the statement ?

- Nnesha

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

- anonymous

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- anonymous

it goes with pv/v=nRT/v

- Nnesha

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

- Nnesha

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

- JoannaBlackwelder

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

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