# Compressing a gas according to an absurd law!

**Classical Mechanics**Level 3

Consider a situation in which \(1\) mole of a diatomic gas is compressed to \( (\dfrac{1}{4} )^{th} \) of its original volume according to the law \( VT^2 = C \), where **C** is a constant. If the initial pressure was \(10^5 \) **pascal** calculate the change in pressure in terms of **pascal**.

Details

- Be sure to calculate the change, i.e. \(\Delta P = P_f-P_i\) and not the fold-change \(P_f/P_i\).