# Ideal Gas Law The pressure P, temperature T, and volume V ofan ideal gas are related by PV = nRT, where n is the number ofmoles of the gas and R is the universal gas constant. For the purposesof this exercise, let nR = 1; therefore, P = T/V.a. Suppose the volume is held constant and the temperature increasesby ∆T = 0.05. What is the approximate change in the pressure? Does the pressure increase or decrease?b. Suppose the temperature is held constant and the volume increasesby ∆V = 0.1. What is the approximate change in the pressure? Does the pressure increase or decrease?c. Suppose the pressure is held constant and the volumeincreases by ∆V = 0.1. What is the approximate changein the temperature? Does the temperature increase or decrease?

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Ideal Gas Law The pressure P, temperature T, and volume V of
an ideal gas are related by PV = nRT, where n is the number of
moles of the gas and R is the universal gas constant. For the purposes
of this exercise, let nR = 1; therefore, P = T/V.
a. Suppose the volume is held constant and the temperature increases
by ∆T = 0.05. What is the approximate change in the pressure? Does the pressure increase or decrease?
b. Suppose the temperature is held constant and the volume increases
by ∆V = 0.1. What is the approximate change in the pressure? Does the pressure increase or decrease?
c. Suppose the pressure is held constant and the volume
increases by ∆V = 0.1. What is the approximate change
in the temperature? Does the temperature increase or decrease?