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the boyant force on an object in the fluid is equal to the weight of the displaced volume of fluid
When a fixed sample of gas increases in volume it must also
decrease in pressure and increase in temperature
The law of conservation of energy states that
a substance has the same energy before and after a change of state
The ability of an object to float on a a fluid is influenced by
buoyant force of a fluid, density of the object and density of the fluid
Pascal's principle states that a contained fluid exerts pressure in what way
equally in all directions
Which of these properties is shared by solids, liquids and gases
their particles are in constant motion
Why does the volume of a gas decrease when the pressure increases
Gas particles are pushed together when the pressure is increased
How does the density of an object that sinks into a fluid compare to the density of the fluid
the object that sinks is more dense than the fluid
Properties of Gas
No defifinate shape or volume, expand to fill container, compressible, low density and more empty space between particles.
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