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At constant temperature, if the volume of the given mass of gas is doubled, then the density
of the gas becomes
A) One half B) One fourth C) Double D) remains constant

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volume is an extensive property,
density is an intensive property

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^ That didn't really help

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\[\rho=\frac mV\]

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\(\rho\) is density
\(m\) is mass
\(V\) is volume

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The answer would be One-forth i guess

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i mean one half

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\[\rho V \] is constant

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What is the answer ?

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half

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That means i am right thanks for confusing and then helping me out

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\[\ddot\eta\]