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Charles Law and Boyles Law: Using the following equations, show the final equation needed to solve for each variable

Charles Law:
If the pressure of a gas is constant:
V1 = original volume
T1 = original temperature
V2 = final volume
T2 = final temperature

Using the following equation, show the final equation needed to solve for each variable:
V1/T1 = V2/T2

Solve for:
V1 =
T1 =
V2 =
T2 =

Boyles Law:
If the temperature of a gas is constant:
V1 = original volume & final volume
V2 = original volume & final volume
P1 = original pressure & final pressure
P2 = original pressure & final pressure

Using the following equation, show the final equation needed to solve for each variable:
V1/V2 = P2/P1

Solve for:
V1 =
P 1 =
P2 =
V2 =

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