Does Boyle’s Law state that as volume increases, pressure decreases or as pressure increases, volume decreases?

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Answer:

Boyle's Law states both that as volume increases pressure decreases and that as pressure increases volume decreases.

Explanation:

Boyle's Law states that pressure and volume are inversely proportional, but also assumes that the material is a confined gas (so no amount of gas increases or decreases) and the temperature remains steady.

Mathematically, it can be stated a couple of ways:

#P prop 1/V#

or

#PV=k# where #k# is a constant

And so Boyle's Law states both that as volume increases pressure decreases and that as pressure increases volume decreases.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boyle%27s_law