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Lime

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Slope = Rise/Run = (1531 cm³ )/(100°C)=1.531 × 〖10〗^(-5) m^3/K What are the coordinates of the x and y axis? Plotting the temperature of gas inside a balloon against the volume yields a straight line?

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  1. perl
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    im not sure what youre asking here

  2. perl
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    1531/100 = 15.31

  3. Lime
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    Ha, I'm not too sure myself! The question is asking for a slope/run according to the temperature/volume of a balloon in a chamber.

  4. Lime
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    I'm assuming it's (1531 cm³ )/(100°C)? I'm asked to graph this out, but the coordinates always end up different. Unless it's just asking for the rise/run itself?

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    • 2 years ago
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    @perl

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