Charles’ Law: Given a constant pressure, the volume of a gas varies directly with the absolute temperature (measured on the Kelvin scale). Boyle’s Law: Given a constant absolute temperature, the volume of a gas varies inversely with changes in pressure.
What does Charles’ Law explain?

why you should not fill tires with air beyond the recommended maximum pressure


When you drive a car, road friction causes the car tires and the air in them to heat up, which in turn causes the volume of air in the tires to increase. By filling the tires beyond the recommended pressure, you risk a “blowout” while driving your car, especially at high speeds for a long period of time.

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