Boyles Law problem and answer?
The Boyle (or Boyle-Mariotte) law is: the pressure and the volume in a closed system, at a constant temperature, is a constant. They are so inversely proportional.
When you pop a balloon by overfilling it with air, you are applying Boyles Law. When a nurse fills a syringe before she gives you a shot, she is working with Boyles Law. Sport and commercial diving. Underwater salvage operations rely on Boyles Law to calculate weights from bottom to surface. When your ears pop on a plane as it rises from takeoff, that's Boyles Law in action.