Conservaton of mass, chemistry, Microeconomics

IN THE LABORATORY OXYGEN IS PRODUCED BY HEATING POTASSIUM CHLORATE ACCORDING TO THE EQUATION 2KCLO3-2KCL+3O2. WHEN 298g OF KCLO3 IS HEATED IT GAVE 181.2g OF OXYGEN.
GIVEN THAT 32g OF O2 HAS A VOLUME OF 22.4L. CALCULATE THE VOLUME OF O2 PRODUCED IN THIS REACTION IF MASS IS CONSERVED?
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