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 sh.it I did there? It's all rubbish, because I copied and pasted into it. You figure it out.
Inverse.......when ever you have two variables multiplying it is inverse
Boyle's Law is an indirect relationship. (Or an inverse)
Charles Augustin de Coulomb is credited with the discovery of the inverse square law. It was used by Isaac Newton in his prismatic experiments.
Boyle's Law is the inverse relationship of pressure and volume with temperature remaining constant. Charles' Law is the direct relationship of temperature and volume with pressure remaining constant. Gay-Lussac's Law is the direct relationshipof pressure and temperature with volume remaining constant. The Combined Gas Law relates all three - volume, pressure, and temperature.
the relationship between pressure and volume a direct or inverse?
because the pressure and volume varies inversely, it's an inverse relationship not direct. :)
The relation is inversely proportional:Boyle law: PV=k
direct means it stays the same while inverse means it will change.