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An arctic weather balloon is filled with 1.87 L of helium gas inside a prep shed. The temperature inside the shed is 15.°C. The balloon is then taken outside, where the temperature is - 43.°C. Calculate the new volume (L) of the balloon.
You may assume the pressure on the balloon stays constant at exactly 1 atm. Round your answer to 3 significant digits.
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