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Chapter 6 Workshop ActivityDue: 12:00am on Saturday, May 15, 2021To understand how points are awarded, read theGrading Policyfor this assignment.Exercise 6.26 - Enhanced - with FeedbackMISSED THIS?Read Section 6.2 (Pages 212 - 215).The pressure on top of Mount Everest (29,029) averages about 235.Part AConvert this pressure to.ANSWER:CorrectThe units ofandare equivalent. This means that 235is equal to 235.Part BConvert this pressure to.ANSWER:CorrectConverting fromtorequires two steps. The first is to convertto, and the second is to convertto.Part CConvert this pressure to.ANSWER:CorrectThe pressure inis converted to the pressure inby dividing by 760. The pressure inis then determined by multiplying by 29.92.Part DConvert this pressure to.ANSWER:CorrectConvertingtois a one-step conversion that involves dividing by 760.Exercise 6.33 - Enhanced - with Feedback and HintsMISSED THIS?Read Section 6.3 (Pages 215 - 222) ; WatchKCV 6.3.A 46.0sample of gas in a cylinder is warmed from 24to 86.ftmmHgtorr= 235PtorrmmHgtorrmmHgtorrpsi= 4.55PpsimmHgpsimmHgatmatmpsiin Hg= 9.25Pin HgmmHgatminHgatm= 0.309PatmmmHgatmmLCCChapter 6 Workshop Activity...1 of 133/11/2021, 6:06 PM
Part AWhat is its volume at the final temperature? (Assume constant pressure.)Express your answer in millililters to three significant figures.Hint 1.Convert between degrees Celsius and kelvinsThe temperature values used in the simple gas laws are in kelvins. Convert the initial and final temperatures of the sample to kelvins.Express your answers in kelvins to three significant figures separated by a comma.,:

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mL sample of gas