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Why is Boyle’s law called a “law”? Explain using the concept of necessary and sufficient condition.

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Boyle's law is a law which give us important information about gases and its behavior. According to this law, volume of an ideal gas is inversely proportional to its absolute mass and pressure.And also the temperate should be kept constant while pressure is given, to prove this law. This law is often used as an explanation for human breathing system. It talks about how human lungs volume increases as we inhale and shrinks when we exhale according to the pressure given by the intaken air.

Boyle's law equation: PV= k

P- Pressure.

V- Volume.

k- Constant ( temperature and volume )

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