# There is a linear relationship between volume, V, and absolute temperature, TK, for an ideal gas at constant pressure....?

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If the constant is positive, which graph could represent this relationship?

If the constant is positive, which graph could represent this relationship?

Last one

That means,this is an equation of straight line,passing through origin,so the correct choice is the last option.

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