Problem: The partial pressure of an ideal gas is equal to:   a) The pressure it would exert if it were at high pressure, same volume, and alone in a container. b) The pressure it woudl exert if it were at low pressure, same volume, and alone in a container.  c) The pressure it would exert if it occupied the same volume, alone in a container, at the same temperature.  d) The pressure it would exert if it were at low temperature, same volume, and alone in a container.  e) The pressure it would exert if it were at high temperature, same volume, and alone in a container.   

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The partial pressure of an ideal gas is equal to:

a) The pressure it would exert if it were at high pressure, same volume, and alone in a container.

b) The pressure it woudl exert if it were at low pressure, same volume, and alone in a container. 

c) The pressure it would exert if it occupied the same volume, alone in a container, at the same temperature. 

d) The pressure it would exert if it were at low temperature, same volume, and alone in a container. 

e) The pressure it would exert if it were at high temperature, same volume, and alone in a container. 

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