Three hypothesizes were comprised for the experiment

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Three hypothesizes were comprised for the experiment. The first hypothesis is if pressure is to increase or decrease, then volume will do the inverse. This is described by using Boyles Law, which states, “at constant temperature, the product if the volume and pressure of a given amount is a constant.” This is stating that as pressure increases the volume of a gas will decrease. The reason for this is because when pressure is excreted onto a gas, the gas will condense into a smaller space. This means that they are inversely proportional because they will move in opposite directions, creating a negative correlation. This will be tested using experiment III, which measures the pressure in a syringe as the space is decreased for the gas to contain. The equation for Boyles-Law is as follows: P 1 V 1 =P 2 V 2 The second hypothesis is, if temperature is to increase or decrease, pressure will do the same. Gay-Lussac’s Law states “at constant volume; the pressure of a fixed amount of gas is directly proportional to temperature.” This law is saying that if
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