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Daniiel

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Say if your asked to calculate the volume of a square, the answer you get is assuming standard conditions right?

I have a question that asks for the volume of air in a cylinder.

It gives the dimensions of the cylinder and the temperature the cylinder is at the initial point.

Would I calculate the volume then use the ideal gas law to calculate the volume at final temperature 20, initial temperature 25 and initial volume (calculated using dimensions)

or would i juts calculate the volume and leave that as the answers for the volume of air in the cylinder at 20 degrees celcius?