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blackfireskull

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If a small child were to release a balloon into the atmosphere, what would happen to the size of the balloon as it makes it way higher in the sky? The balloon would become smaller because the pressure of the surrounding air would crush it. The balloon would become smaller because the air molecules inside the balloon would get closer together. The balloon would become larger because the air molecules on the inside of the balloon would expand. The balloon would stay the same because the pressure inside the balloon is equal to the pressure of the atmosphere.

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  1. blackfireskull
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    @nevermind_justschool

  2. anonymous
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    the balloon would become smaller because the pressure of the surrounding air would crush it.

  3. blackfireskull
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    thank you!!!

  4. anonymous
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    no prb

  5. nevermind_justschool
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    Don't forget to medal your helper and close the question

  6. blackfireskull
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    yes i know i was doing something

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