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  • Q:

    An object is placed on a scale and its weight is recorded. How would the recorded weight of the object change as the atmospheric pressure was increased?

     

    A

    The recorded weight would increase because the air density increases as pressure increases.

    B

    The recorded weight would increase because air density decreases as pressure increases.

    C

    The recorded weight would decrease because the air density increases as pressure increases.

    D

    The recorded weight would decrease because the air density decreases as pressure increases.




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