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What is the relationship between pressure and volume in a close system?

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Pressure and Volume are indirectly propotional to each others. if you increase the Area the pressure will be decresed, and if you decrease the area of the applied pressure, the pressure will be automatically increased, Hence. Pressure if Indirectly propotional to Area.
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