1.     The ideal gas law relates the pressure image, volume image, and temperature image of a fixed number of molecules of a gas in a container via:

image

where image is constant, using pressure units image, volume units image, and temperature units image.

Suppose there are a fixed amount image moles of oxygen in a container.
Determine the rate, to the nearest thousandth, at which the pressure is changing when the pressure is image and the temperature is image, if the volume is being decreased by image and the temperature is being increased by image.

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