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**What quantity is held constant in Boyle’s law?** So, the constant variable in Boyle’s law will only be **temperature**. Albeit the temperature is the lone steady factor; volume, temperature, and pressing factor are contrarily relative to one another.

**What stays constant in Boyle’s and Charles’s law?** The form of Charles’ law is: V = k*T, where k is a constant and the pressure is constant. In this equation the **mass is constant** and the air is confined to a compressible and expandable volume. The temperature is also allowed in increase or decrease.

**What is held constant in Charles Law?** Charles’s Law. Charles’s law: the volume of a given mass of gas is directly proportional to its Kelvin temperature when **the pressure** is held constant.

**Which variable must be held constant for Charles’s law to apply?** From above it is clear that in Charles’s Law, **pressure** remains constant.