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    A room measuring 20m x 20m x 15m is filled with air. The temperature is 22 deg c. The pressure is 1.6x10E5 n/m^2. Calculate the specific volume in the room. Must use PERFECT GAS LAW ONLY and show work please.

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    We have

    PV = nRT,

    whence

    n = PV/RT
    = (1.6 * 10^5 N m^2)(20 m)(20 m)(15 m) ...

    Solution Summary

    We use the ideal gas law to compute the specific volume of air in a room of specified dimensions, temperature, and pressure.

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