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if the temperature is increased, how do we determine volume and pressure since T is proportional to V and P but V and P are indirectly proportional to each other.

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    P V = n R T if we are talking about an ideal gas.
    If T increases, only the product of P and V increases. You must know more about why the temperature changed to determine P and V individually

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