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PhysicsQ&A Library2.Gas volume in liters vs. gas pressure in atmospheresVolume (L)Pressure (atm)5.06.3510.016.725.010.08.05.03.02.0a.What type of relationship does this graph represent (Direct, Indirect, other)?b.What will be the pressure (atm) when the gas volume (L) is:(1)7.5 L_7ahm(2)4.0 L(3)2.5 LWhat will be the volume (L) of the gas when the pressure (atm) is:C.(1) 15 atm(2)8 atm(3)20 atmCairtePage 10 of 12Lab 2Question

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a. From the given table,

It can be observed that as volume decreases, pressure increases. This shows the inverse proportionality relation between pressure and volume.

b. The given points have been made into a plot.

In the graph, side of grid along x axis equals 0.4 L and side of grid along y axis equals 1 atm.

Using the graph, the corresponding values of pressure for the given values of v...

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