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    I have this question;
    During a thermodynamic process, the state variables of an ideal gas, measured in kPa, m3, and oC, varied in the following way:
    P2 = 2P1
    V2 = 2V1
    T2 = 8T1
    What was the final temperature of the gas, T2, in kelvins? (0dp)
    T subscript K equals T subscript C plus 273.15
    The container of the gas is sealed: n2 = n1

    and have no idea how to get an actual value for this? Does anyone know how to do this?

    use PV=NRT to convert one to another using ratios
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