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If a balloon is squeezed from all directions, what happens to the air pressure within the balloon? A. It stays the same. B. It increases. C. It decreases.
C. It decreases.
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User: If a balloon is squeezed from all directions, what happens to the air pressure within the balloon? A. It stays the same. B. It increases. C. It decreases.

Weegy: C. It decreases.
Expert answered|workaholicmom|Points 4545|

User: The volume of 400 mL of chlorine gas at 400 mm Hg is decreased to 200 mL at constant temperature. What is the new gas pressure? A. 400 mm Hg B. 300 mm Hg C. 800 mm Hg D. 650 mm Hg

Weegy: C. 800 mm Hg
Expert answered|selymi|Points 3462|

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