What volume at "SLC" is occupied by an 88*g mass of carbon dioxide?

$A .$ 49*L; $B .$ 24.5*L; $C .$ 98*L; $D .$ $\text{Cannot be determined.}$

Option $A$, $49$ $L$.
Now you have $\frac{88.0 \cdot g}{44.0 \cdot g \cdot m o {l}^{-} 1}$ $=$ $2 \cdot m o l$ $C {O}_{2} \left(g\right)$.
For this molar quantity of course we could solve the Ideal Gas equation, but, we know that $1$ $m o l$ of Ideal Gas has a volume of $24.5$ $L$ under standard conditions of $298$ $K$ and $1$ $a t m$. I think that this is even given as supplementary information in the A level exams. Since we have $2$ $m o l$, there will be twice this molar volume.