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In mountains because the atmospheric pressure is low, the boiling point of water

Q. In mountains because the atmospheric pressure is low, the boiling point of water
 A   Decreases
 B   Increases
 C   May increases or decrease
 D   Remains the same
Answer:-Decreases
Explanation:  

The higher the pressure, the higher boiling point of water. At lower the pressure, the boiling point of water comes down.

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