The mathematical representation of the **Ideal Gas Law** is:

where P is pressure in atm

V is volume in L

n is number of moles

R is the universal gas constant (0.08206 L∙atm/mol∙K)

T is temperature in K

Complete the following table for an ideal gas:

P | V | n | T |

2.10 atm | 1.30 L | 0.510 mol | ? K |

0.320 atm | 0.260 L | ? mol | 32 ^{o}C |

660 torr | ? L | 0.334 mol | 360 K |

? atm | 585 mL | 0.260 mol | 290 K |

Complete the third row of the table.

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