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ENGR13100_f10_Practical_Exam

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Filename: ENGR131_PE_007_apawley where ### is your section num Example: ENGR131_PE_011_mkorr for Dr. Orr, in section 011 The exam will last 60 minutes, after which you must stop and upload your file to Blackboard Problem 1: generating columns of calculated values with a copied formula Given: PV = NRT where R is the ideal gas constant , R = 8314 [(Pa L)/(gmol K)] Using the information provided, you must: 8314 350 Pressure (Pa) Number of Moles of Gas (N [gmol]) 1 2 3 4 5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 If completed correctly, the table above should look like the table below Pressure (Pa) Number of Moles of Gas (N [gmol]) 1 2 3 4 5 1.0 2.91E+06 5.82E+06 8.73E+06 1.16E+07 1.45E+07 1.5 1.94E+06 3.88E+06 5.82E+06 7.76E+06 9.70E+06 2.0 1.45E+06 2.91E+06 4.36E+06 5.82E+06 7.27E+06 2.5 1.16E+06 2.33E+06 3.49E+06 4.66E+06 5.82E+06 3.0 9.70E+05 1.94E+06 2.91E+06 3.88E+06 4.85E+06 3.5 8.31E+05 1.66E+06 2.49E+06 3.33E+06 4.16E+06 4.0 7.27E+05 1.45E+06 2.18E+06 2.91E+06 3.64E+06 The pressure (P [Pascals, Pa]), volume (V [Liters, L]), amount (N [gram-moles, gmol]), and te [Kelvin, K]) of an ideal gas are related by The units provided are consistent, requiring NO UNIT CONVERSION . An engineer expan from 1 L to 4 L, taking data every 0.5 L. Calculate the theoretical effect on the pressure if T = 350 K for the varying amounts in the ta formula in cell C22 should correctly calculate the pressure from all other combinations of volu number of moles for a given temperature if copied to all other cells in the table. Ideal Gas Constant (

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