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## Labview question

Develop a VI that computes the pressure as a function of temperature for an ideal gas: π = ππ/π (π), which is ππ/π = ππππ π‘πππ‘ = 10 πππ/πΎ Use a Numeric Control for temperature in kelvin (input), but use a Meter or Gauge to display the pressure in kPa (output). Numeric Control for temperature, Meter o Gauge for Pressure. How would I start this in labview? Thanks!

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## Re: Labview question

As the problem states, start with a numeric input for the temperature and a guage indicator for the pressure.  After that, you just need to multiply the temperature by 10 to get your pressure.

If you are stuggling with this, I highly recommend you go through some of the tutorials

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Hey Hooovahh, those links are in a macro

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Thanks!

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## Re: Labview question

@crossrulz wrote:

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Hey Hooovahh, those links are in a macro

I didn't forget.

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