When the balloon is inflated, where is air pressure greatest, inside it or outside it? (Hint: the air inside the balloon is exerting force on the inside walls of the balloon and the air molecules are trapped in a confined space.)
When a balloon is inflated, pressure is greater
inside a balloon rather than outside of it. The reason for this is because the
air molecules are crowded together within a confined space. Outside of a
balloon, the molecules can spread further apart and thus there is less pressure
Jan 31st, 2015
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