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Two gases A and B having same pressure P, volume V and absolute temperature T are mixed. If the mixture has the volume and temperature as V and T respectively , then the pressure of the mixture is
\[\begin {array} {1 1} (a)\;2P & \quad (b)\;P \\ (c)\;\frac{P}{2} & \quad (d)\;4P \end {array}\]
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