Question #a9717
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Explanation:
Any time you're given three of the four primary characteristics of gases (pressure, volume, quantity, and temperature), you'll be using the idealgas equation to find the fourth quantity:
When using the idealgas equation,

the pressure
#P# must be in atmospheres (#"atm"# ) 
the volume
#L# must be in liters (#"L"# ) 
the quantity
#n# must be in moles (#"mol"# ) 
the temperature
#T# must be the absolute temperature; i.e. in Kelvin (#"K"# )
And
(I'll assume the given quantity
We need to calculate the Kelvin temperature, which we can do using the equation
Now that we have all our necessary variables, we can plug them in to the idealgas equation, and rearrange the equation to solve for the volume,