The question states

"For an ideal gas, calculate the following quantities: The volume occupied by 5.72*10^-3 mol at 30.°C and a pressure of 1.17 kPa."

The temperature in Kelvin is 303.15, and I found the pressure to be .01155 atm. Then I multiplied (.00572)(.0821)(303.15) to get .142363. I divided .0115 atm by this and got .0808L. I used the ideal gas law PV=nRT to do this, but it keeps coming up as wrong. Does anyone know what i'm doing wrong?