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Solution: A balloon inflated with three breaths of air has a volume of 1.7 L. At the same temperature and pressure, what is the volume of the balloon if five more same-sized breaths are added to the balloon?

Problem

A balloon inflated with three breaths of air has a volume of 1.7 L. At the same temperature and pressure, what is the volume of the balloon if five more same-sized breaths are added to the balloon?

Solution

Initially, there were 3 breaths worth of air inside the balloon. 

If we decide to add 5 more breaths we would have a total of 8.  

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