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According to Charles law the air pressure in a closed container should vary linearly with clesius temperature. Suppose that the following pressures and

temperatures are measured for a particular container

a)Plot the data accurately.Then line up a ruler so that the line you would draw using it will 'fit' the data as closely as possible. Draw the line b) Find the slope and P-intercept of your line by reading the graph.Use these write the particular equation expressing P interns of T

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See diagram.

Plot the points on a two-dimensional graph. You can take the proper graph sheet and plot them like I did.

Then draw a line that is very close to all points. touch the points - as many as you can to draw. Extend the line to Pressure axis.

I see that it meets Pressure axis at 14 units. P Intercept = 14 units

Now find slope. Take two points on the straight line. Find the increase in pressure and increase in temperature between them.

Slope = increase in pressure / increase in temperature = (80-14)/(1000- 0) = 0.066 units