At a constant volume when temperature is increased what happens to pressure a

# At a constant volume when temperature is increased

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1.At a constant volume, when temperature is increased, what happens to pressure? a.decreasesb.increasesc.stays the sameA 2.In this experiment, the volume is recorded in: 3.In this experiment, the pressure is recorded in: 4.In this experiment, the constant, for each set of data and each graph, is 5.The trend in all my graphs is: a)upward curve from left to right starting low and levelling out
toward the rightb)downward curve from left to right starting high and levelling out toward the rightc)upward from left to right in a straight lined)downward from left to right in a straight lineC 6.For a fixed amount of an ideal gas kept at fixed volume, pressure and temperature are 7.The mathematical equation for Charles’ law is:Vf= final volume Vi= initial volume TR = temperature ratio i A RESOURCE WEBSITE Elementary Gas Laws: Charles’ Law