3. Predict how changing that variable will impact the other two. If ____________ goes ______ then ______________ will___________ and _________________ will ______________.4. Record your initial values for everything under trial 1, initial conditions.Trial 1Trial 2Initial Conditions,1Final Conditions, 2Initial Conditions,1Final Conditions, 2PressureVolumeTemperatureResults5. Change the one variable you listed above in the direction you said (up or down). 6. Once the variables have settled, record the final conditions. Comment on how your close predictions in #3 were to the results. What insights have you gained here?

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Chapter 1 / Exercise 47

**Mathematical Applications for the Management, Life, and Social Sciences**

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Name _______________________________________ Date _________ Period ___________7. Time permitting, conduct a second trial with all the variables. Select one variable, ______________________ (write the variable). Circle if you want it to go up or down. Predict how changing that variable will impact the other two. If ____________ goes ______ then ______________ will ___________ and _________________ will ______________.The combined gas law has a predictive power that is supported by the explanatory power within the kinetic molecular theory. 8. The combined gas law combines the other two laws we have discussed. It is:9. Suppose that 25.0 mL of a gas at 125 kPa and 293K are moved to standard temperature and pressure. What would the new volume of the gas be?10. The pressure in a bicycle tire is 105 kPa at 298K here in Saranac Lake during the summer. The volume of the bike tire is 250 cm3of gas. You ride the bike to Maine, where the temperature drops to 268 K. What is the new pressure in the tire?