Evaluate the pressure, Physics

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In 1.0s, 5.0x10^23 nitrogen molecules strike an area of8.0cm^2 at a speed of 300m/s. What is the pressure? (mass of one nitrogen molecule = 4.68x10^-26 kg.)
I believe I should use 1/2mv ^2 for the solution but the answer I keep getting is nowhere near correct. Can someone help with this?

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