Volume and pressure have an inverse relationship--if you double one of them the other must be halved, if you reduce one of them to a third of its original value, the other must triple in value.
10. The new volume will be half the original value: 50 L
11. The new gas pressure will be quadruple the original value: 20 atm
12. The new volume will be triple the original value: 45 L x 3 = 135 L
13. Temperature and volume have a direct relationship--if you double one of them, the other will also double (presuming we are keeping the pressure constant throughout).
So the new temperature will be 3/2 times the original value: 150 L
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