To put it pain and simply the tyre will go up. (inflate)
This is because the more air you put is the more particles there are in the tyre, the more particles the more the tyre will go up. (inflate)
Because when you compress a gas like airit gets warm - which is what happens to the pump. And when a gas like air is allowed to expand, which is what happens when you let it out of the tire, it cools off - which is what happens to the valve.
There is no gas in a tire pump, only air.
u pump air into an object such as a tire, or a ball.
Air goes in it the pressure increases and the tire becomes harder. If you keep pumping it'll eventually blow up.
the tire will bounce
air with an air pump
Probably not. It's unlikely that a tire pump (particularly if it's a manual one) would give enough air flow for air brushing.
The air comes from the atmosphere. It is compressed by the pump and forced, through a valve into the tire.
Air is put in with a pump or a compressor, either way it becomes pressurised to inflate the tire.
Because, the air pressure hitting the tire, and as it hitting we put some air pressure into it so the tire is fully pumped up.
Because I don't know what your teacher is looking for:At a pressure above atmosphericCompressedConfined
It dissipates in the atmosphere.