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Which statement correctly describes the relationship between the volume of a gas and its temperature, in Kelvin, assuming pressure is held constant?(1 point)
The relationship is inversely proportional; as temperature increases, volume decreases in the same way.

The relationship is inversely proportional; as temperature increases, volume increases in the same way.

The relationship is directly proportional; as temperature increases, volume decreases in the same way.

The relationship is directly proportional; as temperature increases, volume increases in the same way.

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  1. Technically I don't like any of them. D comes the closest to being correct if it left off that part about being "in the same way". V goes up when T goes up and V goes down when T goes down. And the amount of increase or decrease is function of the kelvin temperature.

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