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# Large helium-filled balloons are used to lift scientific

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## Solution for problem 25PE Chapter 13

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Problem 25PE

Large helium-filled balloons are used to lift scientific equipment to high altitudes. (a) What is the pressure inside such a balloon if it starts out at sea level with a temperature of 10.0ºC and rises to an altitude where its volume is twenty times the original volume and its temperature is – 50.0ºC ? (b) What is the gauge pressure? (Assume atmospheric pressure is constant.)

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a.)        The total final pressure is 3.99 x 103 N/m2

b.)        The...

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