## At What temperature will air get a larger kinematic viscosity than crude oil?

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

At What temperature will air get a larger kinematic viscosity than crude oil?
I believe we have compare the viscosity of air and the oil using the formula: kinematic viscosity = dynamic viscosity / density

2. Relevant equations
inematic viscosity = dynamic viscosity / density
density = pressure / RT

3. The attempt at a solution
so what I did so far was make the kine viscosity (of air) = kine viscosity (of oil)

dynamic viscosity / (pressure / RT) = dynamic viscosity / (pressure / RT)
NOW I AM STUCK!!! I do not know what values to use for dyn viscosity, pressure, R. I know I have to solve for T to get the answer.
(the answer is greater than 7 but no clue how to reach there w/o those values)

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