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  1. Congratulations!
    No problem!
  2. You're right. Now round that to 1 sf.
  3. Then I found this info on Google about Methane. Here it is:
    "In many cities, methane is piped into homes for domestic heating and cooking purposes. In this context it is usually known asnatural gas, which is considered to have an energy content of 39 megajoules per cubic meter, or 1,000 BTU per standard cubic foot."
    Use this. And no problem.
  4. Look, first, find out the mass of air using its density (google it) and the given volume. Then, use that in the equation q=mct. you know t & m. google c. and get the q. then google methane and read the uses section. you'll get some help as to what to do with the q. and yeah, i'll advice you to convert everything to joules and grams and cm^3. makes it easier.
  5. Well, that isn't the answer. What did you do?
  6. Nah.
  7. hi
    are you chemistry student?
    i seek a chemistry student?
  8. hi

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