Heres a problem on a take home quiz im doing, but i cant figure out how to get past the first step?!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The density of helium gas at 0°C is 0.179 kg/m^3. The temperature is then raised to 100°C, but the pressure is kept constant. Assuming that Helium is an ideal gas, calculate the new density of the gas.

Heres the equations i have:

P1V1 / T1 = P2V2 / T2

In order to work this equation i need volume, but i have a density, heres the equation i think i need:

roe = m / V

(density = mass / volume)

How do i work this if i dont have mass or volume?!

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# Homework Help: Density of Gas

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