Problem: Assume that you have a cylinder with a moveable piston. What would happen to the gas volume inside the cylinder if you decrease the pressure to one quarter the original pressure while holding the temperature constant? a. V1= 4 V2 b. No change in volume c. V2= ¼ V1 d. V1= ¾ V2 e. V2= 4 V1

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Assume that you have a cylinder with a moveable piston. What would happen to the gas volume inside the cylinder if you decrease the pressure to one quarter the original pressure while holding the temperature constant?

a. V1= 4 V2

b. No change in volume

c. V2= ¼ V1

d. V1= ¾ V2

e. V2= 4 V1

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