the relationship between pressure and volume a direct or inverse?
Hotter temperature means more volume. direct
direct means it stays the same while inverse means it will change.
swings = cycles x time ; it is a direct relationship with time
The opposite is a direct relationship.
The opposite mathematical relationship.
because the pressure and volume varies inversely, it's an inverse relationship not direct. :)
Yes, it does.
For example the number 5. * A direct proportion would be 5/1 * The inverse would be 1/5
For a direct relationship of the magnitude of an entity to another there is increase in one with the increase of another : Eg: with increase in Pressure, Temperature increases with formula: PV=nRT For inverse relationship, there is decrease in magnitude of one with increase in other. Eg f=1/Time-Period
The law of Avogadro is: equal volumes of gases contain the same number of molecules at constant pressure and temperature. The relation is direct.
As quantity supplied goes up, price goes down. This is because the supply function is downward sloping. Thus, the relationship is inverse.
There is a direct relationship. k bye
actually there is no direct relationship but it can be seen under bernoulli's equation.
Boyle's Law is an indirect relationship. (Or an inverse)
As viscocity increases fluid flow decreases ....in other words, the relationship is inverse.
The relation is inversely proportional:Boyle law: PV=k
Gas pressure and temperature have a direct relationship. If the pressure is raised, then the temperature will also raise, and vice versa.
It is a relationship of direct proportion if and only if the graph is a straight line which passes through the origin. It is an inverse proportional relationship if the graph is a rectangular hyperbola. A typical example of an inverse proportions is the relationship between speed and the time taken for a journey.
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Mass is directly proportional to momentum since momentum is the product of mass and velocity.
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