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**Hi everyone, I'd really appreciate any help with this problem:**

A helium cylinder for the inflation of party balloons hold s 25.0L of gas and is filled to a pressure of 16500kPa at 15 degrees celsius. How many balloons can be inflated from a single cylinder at 30 degrees celsius if the volume of one balloon is 6.5L and each needs to be inflated to a pressure of 10^8 kPa?

A helium cylinder for the inflation of party balloons hold s 25.0L of gas and is filled to a pressure of 16500kPa at 15 degrees celsius. How many balloons can be inflated from a single cylinder at 30 degrees celsius if the volume of one balloon is 6.5L and each needs to be inflated to a pressure of 10^8 kPa?

I know I'm supposed to be using the PV=nRT equation, but I have no idea as to how to approach this! Would really appreciate if anyone could offer me any help!

Thanks so much!