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wiggler115

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how would you find the pressure on an object as it rises up into the atmosphere

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A child's helium-filled balloon escapes at sea level and 20.0°C. It reaches an altitude of 3330 m, where the temperature is 5.0°C and the pressure only 0.65 atm. What is the ratio of its volume at this altitude to its volume at sea level?

ex.

A child's helium-filled balloon escapes at sea level and 20.0°C. It reaches an altitude of 3330 m, where the temperature is 5.0°C and the pressure only 0.65 atm. What is the ratio of its volume at this altitude to its volume at sea level?

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