# A sample of ideal gas has a volume of 325 L at 13.60*C and 1.60 atm. What is the volume of the gas at 23.60°C and .994 atm?

Is my arithmetic correct? All due caution is exercised, but no accountability is acknowledged. Is the sudden increase in volume reasonable? If not, why not?

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Using the combined gas law equation: ( \frac{{P_1 \times V_1}}{{T_1}} = \frac{{P_2 \times V_2}}{{T_2}} ), where (P_1), (V_1), and (T_1) are the initial pressure, volume, and temperature, and (P_2), (V_2), and (T_2) are the final pressure, volume, and temperature respectively.

Substituting the given values:

( \frac{{1.60 \times 325}}{{13.60 + 273.15}} = \frac{{0.994 \times V_2}}{{23.60 + 273.15}} )

Solving for (V_2):

( V_2 = \frac{{0.994 \times 325 \times (23.60 + 273.15)}}{{1.60 \times (13.60 + 273.15)}} )

( V_2 \approx 388.6 , \text{L} )

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When evaluating a one-sided limit, you need to be careful when a quantity is approaching zero since its sign is different depending on which way it is approaching zero from. Let us look at some examples.

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