Both theories and laws could potentially be falsified by countervailing evidence. Theories and laws are also distinct from hypotheses. Unlike hypotheses, theories and laws may be simply referred to as scientific fact.
2. They run experiments.
3. If the experiments agree with the theory, it becomes a law. Therefore, gravity is true, evolution and climate change are guesses, etc.
Because laws and theories are developed for different purposes, laws never become theories, and theories do not become laws.
Problem 1 = 25.0 ml
Problem 2 = Increase in temperature
Problem 3 = 2,52 atm
Problem 4 =
Problem 5 = true
Problem 6 =
1) v2 = v1P1/P2 = (50 x 20)/40 = 25.0 ml
2.- An increase in temperature because there is a direct relationship among pressure and temperature.
3.- P2 = P1T2/T1 = (2.8 x 360) / 400 = 1008/400 = 2,52 atm
4.- 7.5 L
6.- Boyle's law C) Pressure and volume
Charles's law A) Temperature and volume
Gay-Lussac's law B) Pressure and temperature
When a theory is proven over and over it will become a law