What happens when the temperature of the gas is increased?
Either the volume or the pressure of the gas will increase.
the volume is increased
What happens to the distance between molecules of a gas when the pressure is increased at a constant temperature?
When a gas is kept in a closed rigid container if the temperature of the gas is increased what happens to its pressure on the container?
Charles's law is as follows: When the temperature of a gas is increased at constant pressure, its volume increases. When the temperature of a gas is decreased, it's volume decreases. Boyle's law is as follows: When the pressure of a gas is increased at constant temperature, the volume of the gas decreases. When the pressure is decreased, the volume increases.
What will happen to the pressure of a gas it the temperature remains constant while the volume of the gas is tripled?
If the quantity of gas is the same then the only way to increase the pressure is in fact to increase the temperature. So the temperature must increase in order for the pressure to increase. Another way of saying this is that if the pressure has increased then the temperature must needs also have increased.