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# Gas Equation help watch

1. I was given 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 I have no idea how to solve it, does anyone have any ideas?
2. P1*v1/t1 =p2*v2/t2
3. just replace the values and convert °C in Kelvins

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