Calculate apparent molar weight - osmotic pressure, Physics

1.  During an experiment, the osmotic pressure was recorded with respect to different concentrations of an enzyme. The results of the experiment are shown in the table below.

a. Calculate "apparent" molar weight at each value of osmotic pressure. 

b. Plot the apparent molecular weights calculated in part a, against respective concentration values and find the best estimate of enzyme's molar weight.

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