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# A regulation basketball is initially flat and is then inflatedto a pressure of

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Problem 1.44

A regulation basketball is initially flat and is then inflatedto a pressure of approximately 24 lb/in2 absolute. Consider the airtemperature to be constant at 70 F. Find the mass of air requiredto inflate the basketball. The basketball's inside radius is 4.67 in.

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