# Now that you’ve filled the ball, you know that it’s at a gauge pressure of 7 psi and the air inside is again at the ambient temperature of 298 K (so you filled it quickly and allowed it to reach equilibrium, as discussed in lecture). What is the new mass of air inside the ball? (Please use the absolute pressure in the ideal gas formula)

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Question 4

Now that you’ve filled the ball, you know that it’s at a gauge pressure of 7 psi and the air inside is again at the ambient temperature of 298 K (so you filled it quickly and allowed it to reach equilibrium, as discussed in lecture). What is the new mass of air inside the ball? (Please use the absolute pressure in the ideal gas formula)

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**12.2 g**

2.1 g

11700 g

13.2 g