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Charles' law of gases (V=kT where V=volume, T=temperature, k=some proportionality constant) states that Volume and Temperature are directly proportional. That is: as the temperature of a gas increases, so will the volume. Similarly, as the temperature decreases, so will the volume and vice versa. With all that said, I don't know because this answer was a "yes or no" question. See that I did there? It's all rubbish, because I copied and pasted into it. You figure it out.

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