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Consider the following problem:
    Assume all givens have 3 significant figures - Problems are at contant volume.
   A gas with a pressure of 90.9 atm changes in pressure to 88.7 atm.
It has a final temperature of 406 K. What was its initial temperature?


Answer with the correct number of significant figures - No Units:
  T1 = K *





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