This question asked us to complete this table using Boyle's law and assuming that temperature and moles are constant. So the first thing that I want to do is you'll notice that I've drawn to same chart here, and the first thing I want to do is unit conversion. So in for Boyle's law, we need our pressure to be in atmospheres and are volume to be leaders. So I'm going to convert everything that is not in those units to those units on. And I'm gonna write those down in this second table. So for this first one, this is the millimeters Mercury. What we needed to be in atmospheres. So to convert, that will divide that by 7. 60. And that gives us 3.993 atmospheres. Then, um, coming down here 1 92 Bellamy's, um, rectory about it by 76 to you gives us 0.253 atmospheres and this one is already in atmospheres. 2.11 This is good. Already in leaders and with this one mil leaders, two leaders, we just divide by thousands of sweaty 20.382 Oops, 32 liters. Um, then we have 85 millimeters of mercury, so we'll divide that by 7 60. And that gives us 1.16 atmospheres and then or 0.32 atmospheres and 3.82 atmosphere is already good. And then, in this column, 2.88 leaders is already good. And then again, for mill leaders, leaders justified by it wasn't so point for eight to leaders and 0.125 liters. All right, now that we have everything in the correct units now, we'll go. How to use Boyle's law So Boyle's law is p one times e one equals P two times V two. So for this, actually put that down here, you want to be one equals p to be to. So for this first row here, we're looking for me to so we have P one. That is 10.993 a. T. M. Times 2.85 leaders RV, one people to pee to, which is 1.16 It's, um, and we're solving for B two. If you go ahead and do that math, you will get a B to hear of 2.43 liters. So I needed to get. That was multiply 0.993 times 2.5 and then divided by 1.16 and they gave me 2.43 So that is my volume are might be, too for that row going on to the next row we're solving for P one so P one times 1.33 leaders That's R V one is equal to R P. Two of 4.32 atmospheres. Times are view two of 2.88 leaders, and we do that Math the same way we did above will get a P one equal to 9.35 atmospheres for the next row we're solving for P two So R P one is 10.253 atmospheres Times are we one of 0.382 leaders is equal to P two times point or 82 leaders. And if we solve for that P two we get Let's see 0.53 I was falling 382 divided by Don't worry, too. That gives us point to atmospheres and then for the last one. So that one in blue So we're solving for B one here, so we have P one of two point 2.11 atmospheres. Times be one people to PTO 3.82 atmospheres times the Jew of 0.1 to 5 leaders and hopefully solve their We end up with 0.226 leaders for B one. So now I want to do is go back and put all these in the same units that there Rose were in. So for the top row, we were in millimeters of mercury and leaders and our answer was already in leaders select and stay the same. 2.43 leaders for the second role were in atmospheres and leaders again. That one won't have to change that still 9.35 atmospheres for the throat. Third row We were in a millimeters of mercury and, um, mil leaders. So I want to convert this, um, 0.2 atmospheres. Two millimeters of mercury said to do that, I'm just gonna multiply it by 76 seek. That's our conversion factor here. And that will give me 1 52 millimeters of mercury and or the last row. We're in atmospheres and mill leaders. So to convert my leaders to mill leaders. I'm just gonna multiply by 1000 so I get to 26 mill leaders there.