Which of these equations are correct? Select all that apply p2=v2/p1v1 p1=v1/k v2=k/p2 v2=p1v1/p2 v1=p1/p2 v2 p2=p1 v1 v2

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Which of these equations are correct? Select all that apply p2=v2/p1v1 p1=v1/k v2=k/p2 v2=p1v1/p2 v1=p1/p2 v2 p2=p1 v1 v2

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\[P _{1}V _{1}= P _{2}V _{2}\]
so tht is gonna be the 4th one
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okay thanks
and also the 3rd one and the 5th one is also correct
According to the Kinetic Molecular Theory, as the volume of a gas increases: the number of particle impacts per unit area increases the temperature must change the total number of particle impacts increases the number of particle impacts per unit area decreases
so here is the review : from the above equation I posted you can see the PV=k ( K is how you symbolise tht it is constant) SO we can get the 3rd answer by equaling P2=V2/k and others u have to substitute and take it . @artie23
okay thanks

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