The question What mass of water is present as a liquid when equilibrium is established? clearly is a homework question. The homework tag has been added to the question within two minutes after it was posted.
The first attempt of the author may be considered very weak:
This is in the gases section, so...ideal gas law? I don't know.
After several comments, the author posted a better attempt (at first as an answer, now included in the question):
(Solution garnered from the comment help. Thanks sir.)
92.5/760 atm * 5.00 L = n * 0.08206 * 323 K
n = 0.023 mol
Since 1 mol of H20 is 18 g, the answer is .414 g, or B) 0.41 g.
(This solution is already quite reasonable but still contains a mistake.)
After the author had posted this attempt, the question attracted five “close” votes and was closed accordingly.
The question was later placed in a reopen review, which it completed with three “leave closed” votes.
That leads me to the questions: Why has this question still to be closed? What else has to be changed about the question in order to make it on topic so that it may be reopened? (in consideration of our current homework policy and of our new community consensus Let's not close questions as homework except for blatantly obvious cases (at least for a while))