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This varies inversely with the amount of impurities.
Yes it does. That's correct.
Pressure is defined as the derivative of normal force with respect to surface area. Pressure is proportional to the normal force, and inversely proportional to the surface area. As the normal force over a surface area varies so does pressure. In the case that pressure is increasing then either the normal force is increasing, the surface area of which the normal force is being exerted is decreasing, or the combination of both of these is occurring.
The gravitational force varies directly as the mass and inversely as the square of the distance.
Altitude varies pressure and temperature varies inversely with pressure.
Robert Boyles ...Boyles law which states the principle that at a constant temperature the volume of a confined ideal gas varies inversley with its pressure.
This law states that volume of the given amount of gas held at a constant temperature varies inversely ( in opposite direction) with the pressure. In another word, the volume INCREASES as pressure DECREASES or volume decreases as pressure increases.So, P1V1= P2V2 when P is pressure and V is volume.Note: Notice that volume is inverse to pressure so the equation is multiplied. The Boyle's law is the only gas law that is INVERSE !!!
The volume varies inversely with pressure.
Inversely with its price.
boyle??? not sure though
Robert Boyle's Law: At constant temperature, the volume of a gas varies inversely with its pressure.
Boyle s Law states that volume of a given amount of gas held at a constant temperature varies inversely the with pressure. The relationship between pressure and volume of Boyle s Law is expressed in mathematical terms as P1V1=P2V2....
Gases Boyle's law states that the Volume of a given amount of gas at constant Temperature varies inversely proportional to Pressure. You have a given volume of gas, and you double its pressure keeping Temperature constant, the volume will reduce by half.