I have to calculate the air pressure inside of an hot air balloon. After some searching I found out that I can use the ideal gas law: PV = nRT (from Wikipedia)
So to get the pressure in the balloon I would have to know n, which is the amount of gas in moles. For that amount I'm currently using the pressure (kg/m3) * the volume. So for the pressure I need the pressure which of course doesn't work.
Is there a way to calculate this? Right now I do know the normal air pressure (outside of the balloon) volume of the balloon etc. etc., but I can't know the weight of the amount of air in the balloon, because I use the pressure to calculate it. One thing to note is that it isn't an actual hot air balloon. It's just one made up from physics formulas in a program that calculates them every 0.1 seconds (for example) for me.
Is there some thing I'm missing?