Posted by **Alex ** on Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 10:22pm.

Two compressible solids are formed into spheres of the same size. The bulk modulus of sphere two is twice as large as the bulk modulus of sphere one. You now increase the pressure on both spheres by the same amount. As a result of the increased pressure, how is the change in volume of sphere two (△V2) related to the change in volume of sphere one (ΔV1)?

A) ΔV2 = 2ΔV1

B) ΔV2 = 4ΔV1

C) ΔV2 = ΔV1

D) ΔV2 = 1/2ΔV1

E) ΔV2 = 1/4ΔV1

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