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Help please! Boyle's law for confined gases states that if the temperature is constant, pv=c where p is pressure,V is volume, and c is a constant. At a certain instant the volume is 75 cubic inches, the pressure is 3 psi, and the pressure is decreasing at the rate of 2 psi every minute. What is the rate of change of the volume at that instant?
I dont quite now how to solve this problem...I always get the wrong answer :/
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ok so this is as far as I've gotten with this pc=c so 75*3=225 and if it decreasing at 2 psi a minute then after one minute c=75 and after 2 c= -75 so i would say its decreasing at a rate 150 psi's a minute
if I'm wrong i apologize i did my best!(:
I dont know if your wrong so yeah :P Thanks for helping :)