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asked • 07/07/15

Physics: ideal gas law, pressure

If a contained ideal gas decreases the volume by a factor of two and then triples the temperature, what happens to the pressure?
 
a. It goes up by a factor of 2
b. It goes up by a factor of 3
c. It goes up by a factor of 2/3
d. It goes up by a factor of 3/2
e. It goes up by a factor of 6

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