Okay..i have been on this quite a while now..
i substituted n = PV/RT in the equations for both constant pressure and constant volume..
i then used p = 3P and v = 2V.. but it didn't work..
Also..how about the initial states of the gas, i couldn't figure out where to fit them in ?.
thanks..
i noticed that..but the thing is i don't know where to fit that information. I also can't think of any other equations relevant to the question aside from the ones in put up there
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