# Question #0e7fb

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The new volume will be equal to **117 mL**.

You know that, because temperature and number of moles of gas are kept *constant*, you can apply Boyle's Law to determine the new volume of the gas.

According to this law, volume and pressure have an *inverse relationship* when temperature and number of moles are kept constant.

In other words, if you *increase* pressure, volume is going to **decrease**, and if you *decrease* pressure, volume is going to **increase**.

Mathematically, this is written as

You know that your pressure is increasing by 25%, so you can expect the final volume to be smaller than the initial one. The new pressure will be equal to **125%** of the initial pressure

Plug your values into the equation and solve for

Rounded to three sig figs, the answer will be