Problem: The gas in a gas thermometer that has been placed in an oven, has a volume that is 3.68 times larger than the volume that it occupied at 86°C. Determine the temperature in the oven (in degrees Celsius)a) 1048b) 316c) 3850d) 25.9e) 1321

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The gas in a gas thermometer that has been placed in an oven, has a volume that is 3.68 times larger than the volume that it occupied at 86°C. Determine the temperature in the oven (in degrees Celsius)

a) 1048

b) 316

c) 3850

d) 25.9

e) 1321

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