2. Consider the following data for a sample of gaseous oxygen (O2) at a pressure of 1 atm:Temperature (CC)Volume (L)31.4925.092.3830.0153.2835.0214.1840.0275.0845.0335.9750.0 a) Prepare a graph of temperature versus volume. This graph may be done on thecomputer or by hand on graph paper. If done on the computer you must show grids on the graph.b) Determine the slope of the line generated. Do not forget to put units on your slope value.

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2. Consider the following data for a sample of gaseous oxygen (O2) at a pressure of 1 atm:
Temperature (CC)
Volume (L)
31.49
25.0
92.38
30.0
153.28
35.0
214.18
40.0
275.08
45.0
335.97
50.0
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2. Consider the following data for a sample of gaseous oxygen (O2) at a pressure of 1 atm: Temperature (CC) Volume (L) 31.49 25.0 92.38 30.0 153.28 35.0 214.18 40.0 275.08 45.0 335.97 50.0

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a) Prepare a graph of temperature versus volume. This graph may be done on the
computer or by hand on graph paper. If done on the computer you must show grids on the graph.
b) Determine the slope of the line generated. Do not forget to put units on your slope value.
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a) Prepare a graph of temperature versus volume. This graph may be done on the computer or by hand on graph paper. If done on the computer you must show grids on the graph. b) Determine the slope of the line generated. Do not forget to put units on your slope value.

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