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Q: If the temperature is constant, what change in volume would cause the pressure of an enclosed gas to be reduced to one quarter of its original value?

I think if the chance in volume increases, the pressure of the gas decreases.

Q: Assuming the gas in a contain remains at a constant temperature, how could you increase the gas pressure in the container a hundredfold?

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    If pressure goes down by a factor of four, would the volume have to increase by four?

    P*V=constant.

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    If the temperature is kept constant, what change in volume would cause the pressure of an enclosed gas to be reduced to one-third of its original value?

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