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Zachary Kronlage
Answered 2021-02-18 19:23:47

400 mL

(Explanation): again boyle's law PV=PV. Since the pressure is halved (500 to 250), then the volume must be doubled in order to maintain this equation. 200 x2=400 so that's the answer

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