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At a given temperature ρ(X) = (Y) and M(X), where ρ and M stand M(Y) = 3 respectivelfodensity anmolar mass othe gases X and Y, then thratio of their pressures wilbe -

  1. p(X)/p(Y)= 1/4    
  2. p(X)/p(Y)= 4    
  3. p(X)/p(Y)= 6    
  4. p(X)/p(Y)= 1/6    

The correct answer is: p(X)/p(Y)= 6

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