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4. Which of these changes would NOT cause the increase of the pressure of a gas?
A. container is made larger
B. The temperature of a gas is increased.
C. More of the gas is added to the container.

8. Theoreticly, all molecular motion would stop at...
A. 273 K
B. 0 C
C. 273 C
D. 0 K

9. As a temperature of a fixed volume of gas is increased the pressure will...
A. Decrease
B. vary inversely
c. not change.
d. increase

10. which of the following sets DOES NOT represent stp and absolute zero, IN THAT ORDER?
A. 760 mmhg, 0 C, -273 C
B. 1 atm, 273 K, -273 C
C. 101.3 kpa, 0 C, 0 K
D. 101.3 kpa, -273 C, 0 K
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4 = A
8 = B

Do the rest by yourself ; ).
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Yes, do your homework. Hints maybe...

4) ideal gas law
8) what gives matter energy? what's difference between kelvin and celsius?
9) ideal gas law
10) should not be hard to google this one. learn your kelvin scale.
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this is easy stuff dude..read your book, read internet pages, you should not be struggling with this type of questions, sit your ass down, calm yourself and do a little studying...you'll really thank yourself when you land a decent job for not beiing a dufus..especially now when there are so many ppl struggling for jobs...how will you rise above and prove youre worth giving a job if you have to ask others for answers...becoming an answer giver is the key
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