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use P*V (because it is pressurized)

12 L *160 atm = 1920 Liters

then P*V @ 1 atm (the normal atmospheric pressure)

12 L*1 atm = 12 L

Now subtract

1920 L - 12 L = 1908 L , this is because it will only fill balloons until it reaches the surrounding atmospheric pressure so some gas will remain in the tank.

Finally, divide by the 3 L to get the number of balloons

1908 L / 3 L= 636 balloons

Q: How many 3 liter balloons could a 12 L tank fill at 160atm?

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The answer depends on the pressure inside the balloons.

# Fill the 5 liter bucket # Pour it into the 7 liter bucket # Fill the 5 liter bucket # Fill the 7 liter bucket from the 5 (2 liters go in leaving 3 liters in the 5 liter bucket) # Empty the 7 liter bucket # Pour the 3 liters from the 5 liter bucket into the 7 liter bucket # Fill the 5 liter bucket # Fill the 7 liter bucket from the 5 liter bucket (4 liters go in leaving 1 liter in the 5 liter bucket) # Empty the 7 liter bucket # Pour the 1 liter form the 5 liter bucket into the 7 liter bucket # fill the 5 liter bucket. You now have 5 liters in the 5 liter bucket and 1 liter in the 7 liter bucket; 6 liters in all. Pour the 5 liters into the 7 liter bucket if you want all 6 liters in one container.

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Here's a step-by-step solution: Fill up the 5-liter jar completely with water. Pour the water from the 5-liter jar into the 3-liter jar until the 3-liter jar is full. Now, you are left with 2 liters of water in the 5-liter jar. Empty the 3-liter jar. Pour the 2 liters of water from the 5-liter jar into the 3-liter jar. Fill up the 5-liter jar again. Pour enough water from the 5-liter jar into the 3-liter jar to fill it completely (this will take 1 liter). Now, you are left with 4 liters of water in the 5-liter jar, which gives you the required 8 liters of water.

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