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Zachary Kronlage
Answered 2021-02-18 19:21:48

The volume is halved

(Explanation): this is boyle's law PV=PV. In order to keep this equation true, if one variable (pressure in this case) is doubled, the other variable must be the reciprocal of that (in this case 1/2, which is reciprocal of double).

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