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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hey guys!

So the below question might sound like a homework question but in reality it is an oversimplified explanation of what I'm trying to measure

Let's say we have a perfect machine that pushes out 600CFM into a box. On the other end of the box is another small machine that only consumes 300CFM from the box.

What is the pressure in the box? and how do I calculate that? I've looked into Boyles Law and something just doesn't seem right about the results I'm getting so I'm trying to make sure that this is the right law I should be looking into.

If you need area of the box then let's assume it is 360in

Thanks for lending a hand!

So the below question might sound like a homework question but in reality it is an oversimplified explanation of what I'm trying to measure

Let's say we have a perfect machine that pushes out 600CFM into a box. On the other end of the box is another small machine that only consumes 300CFM from the box.

What is the pressure in the box? and how do I calculate that? I've looked into Boyles Law and something just doesn't seem right about the results I'm getting so I'm trying to make sure that this is the right law I should be looking into.

If you need area of the box then let's assume it is 360in

^{3}Thanks for lending a hand!