# What is a double constant?

You may be thinking of a double **consonant**. A consonant is
a letter of the alphabet that is not a vowel. A double consonant is
when a word that has two of the same consonant together in the
word, such as li**tt**le or ha**pp**y.

### How do you find the pressure of a gas when the temperature increases?

The pressure is directly proportional to the absolute temperature (for example, the temperature measured in Kelvin). For example, if you double the temperature, the pressure will also double. This assumes the volume remains constant. The pressure is directly proportional to the absolute temperature (for example, the temperature measured in Kelvin). For example, if you double the temperature, the pressure will also double. This assumes the volume remains constant. The pressure is directly proportional to the…

### What are 2 types of constant in c?

String constants: A string constant is a sequence of alphanumeric characters enclosed in double quotation marks whose maximum length is 256 characters. The following are some examples of valid string constants: 1) "The result is =" 2) "Test program 123" Numeric constants: Numeric constants are positive or negative numbers. There are four types of numeric constants: integer constant, floating point constant, hex constant and octal constant. An integer constant may either be a short integer…

### What is the relationship between volume and temperature of gas?

pV = nRT p is pressure, V is volume, n is number of moles (of the gas molecule), R is the gas constant (8.31), and T is the temperature in Kelvin (degrees Celsius + 273) Decide which ones are constant (in this case, p, n and R) and possibly rearrange it (not necessary here) and you see that temperature is directly proportional to volume at constant pressure with a constant amount of gas. Double pressure…