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The relationship between volume and pressure (at constant temperature) is directly proportional.
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True
The relationship between pressure and temperature (at constant volume) is inversely proportional.
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True
The relationship between volume and temperature (at constant pressure) is directly proportional
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False

No, no, yes.
Pressure and volume are inversely proportional. Pressure goes up, volume goes down.
Pressure and temperature are directly proportional. Temperature goes up, pressure goes up.
The last one is ok. Temperature goes up, volume goes up.
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