1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hello, I just need help figuring out how to calculate the work done by the gas molecules for my physics homework :) Formula given: W=Px∆V (W=work, P=pressure, and V=volume) What I know: So my calculated volume is 1.7x10^-22m^3. Pressure=0.25 A t m (atmospheric pressure) I just need help figuring out how I would multiply the two together. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution Would I change 0.25 A t m to scientific notation? So it would be 2.5x10^-1, then if I multiplied it by 1.7x10^-22m^3 it would be 4.25x10^-23 Joules of work done?