# Question #2c334

##### 1 Answer

Its new volume will be equal to **3 L**.

You know that pressure and number of moles are kept constnt, which means that you can use Charles' Law to determine what volume your gas will occupy at that new temperature.

According to Charles' Law, the volume and temperature of a gas have a *direct relationship* when pressure and number of moles are kept constant.

In other words, when temperature *increases*, volume **increases**, and when temperature *decreases*, volume **decreases** as well.

Mathematically, this is expressed as

Plug your values into the above equation and solve for

Since you only gave one sig fig for the first temperature of the gas, the answer must be rounded to one sig fig

**SIDE NOTE** *Do not forget to convert the temperature from degrees Celsius to Kelvin!*