5.0 Points
Reducing the volume of a contained gas by one third, while holding temperature constant, causes pressure to
A. be decreased by two thirds.
B. be increased by two thirds.
C. be decreased by one third.
D. be increased by one third

5.0 Points
Reducing the volume of a contained gas by one third, while holding temperature constant, causes pressure to
A. be decreased by two thirds.
B. be increased by two thirds.
C. be decreased by one third.
D. be increased by one third

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Reducing the volume of a contained gas by one third, while holding temperature constant, causes pressure to increase by one thirds.

5.0 Points Reducing the volume of a contained gas by one third, while holding temperature constant, causes pressure to A. be decreased by two thirds. B. be increased by two thirds. C. be decreased by one third. D. be increased by one third

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