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I have a tank that has 8000 cubic feet of helium in it. I have parts I'm filling to a gage pressure of 0.5 bar. The parts have a volume of 0.05ft^3. How many cubic feet of helium are in each part? Temperature is constant.

2. Relevant equations

I'm not sure if I'm missing any important variables...

3. The attempt at a solution

I figured it would be 0.05ft^3 * 0.5 bar = 0.025 cubic feet per part, but I'm not sure?

Any help? (I'm a rookie)

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# Homework Help: Helium tank filling parts to a specific pressure?

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