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# Pressure in Gases MCQ Quiz Online

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## MCQs on Pressure in Gases Quiz

MCQ: Air trapped inside a single-piston-cylinder exerts a pressure of 760 mmHg. If its volume is increased by 30% at a constant temperature, the pressure exerted would be equal to

533 mmHg
544 mmHg
584 mmHg
633 mmHg

MCQ: In gases, pressure is

directly proportional to volume
inversely proportional to volume
directly proportional to friction
inversely proportional to heat

MCQ: Air trapped inside a single-piston-cylinder exerts a pressure of 760 mmHg. If its volume is increased by 20% at a constant temperature, the pressure exerted would be equal to

533 mmHg
544 mmHg
584 mmHg
633 mmHg

MCQ: For a constant temperature, Boyle's law states that

the pressure of a fixed amount of gas is directly proportional to the volume of the gas
the pressure of a fixed amount of gas is inversely proportional to the volume of the gas
the pressure of a fixed amount of gas is independent of the volume of the gas
None of the above

MCQ: If air at a pressure of 2 MPa is compressed such that the new volume of the air is one eighth of its initial volume, then the new pressure of the air is

0.25 M Pa
2 M Pa
8 M Pa
16 M Pa

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