What do Boyle's law and Charles's law have in common? How are they different?
They are both gas laws that relate to the volume of a gas.
Boyles law is an inverse relationship Charles law is a direct relationship. /
Boyle's law says that volume changes inversely with pressure
Charles law says that volume changes directly with absolute temperature
Both laws describe how the volume of a gas changes.
Boyles law states that as the pressure increases the volume decreases.
Charles law states that as the the absolute temperature increases the volume increases