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Gases. 1. Gases particles are in constant, rapid, and random motion that have perfectly elastic collisions and are far apart compared to their size 2. As temperature goes up, the random motion increase (proportional) 3. Kelvin 4. PV = nRT (the pirate equation, Arrr).

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**Gases**1. Gases particles are in constant, rapid, and random motion that have perfectly elastic collisions and are far apart compared to their size 2. As temperature goes up, the random motion increase (proportional) 3. Kelvin 4. PV = nRT (the pirate equation, Arrr)**6. You plug each value into its corresponding spot, making**sure that PTV are in alphabetical order, T is in Kelvin, and a question mark goes where the missing variable is. Make two V’s connecting three boxes each. The #s the V is connecting to the ? go on the bottom, other #s go on top 7. They equal the relative number of liters of each gas

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