# Explain why a balloon bursts if we blow too much air in it ????

If we will blow too much into the baloon then it would burst ,because everything has a limit to stand.If it is blown much then it's circumference gets bigger than it has to be.So it bursts.

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Two things are happening when you blow up a balloon - it gets larger, and the pressure inside increases. When the balloon gets larger, it gets thinner as it gets stretched. Eventually, the pressure pushes it to a point where the balloon can stretch no more, and it starts to tear. The tear travels so fast that you don't even see it happen, and the balloon bursts.

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Because the pressure inside the ballon increases and the pressure outside the balkon decreases. Hope it have helped.Please like.
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Two things are happening when you blow up a balloon - it gets larger, and the pressure inside increases. When the balloon gets larger, it gets thinner as it gets stretched. Eventually, the pressure pushes it to a point where the balloon can stretch no more, and it starts to tear. The tear travels so fast that you don't even see it happen, and the balloon bursts.
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Due to increased air pressure.
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A balloon bursts when there is  too much air blown into it as the pressure acting from within the balloon becomes greater than the atmospheric pressure acting on the balloon
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When we inflate a balloon, we are forcing air into the balloon. The air that we low requires space to stay. As it occupies space, the balloon that is made of rubber expands. The expansion is due to the elasticity of rubber. As we keep blowing, the air pressure builds up inside the balloon, and the rubber expands to its maximum limits. If we blow again, the balloon won’t be able to expand but the air that we blows in need space still, and the balloon bursts.
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AIR IS BLOWN INTO THE BALLOON THEN IT BURSTS BECAUSE IT ALSO HAS A LIMIT TO HOLD ITS MASS IF ITS MASS INCREASED THAN REQUIRED IT MAY BURST.
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balloon should burst when we blow too much air because when the sufficient space were filled in the balloon  then there is no space in it then because of too much pressure the balloon will burst..
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it is very easy question ,anyways.
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When we blow and blow the air continously the pressure inside the ballon keeps on increasing. So it burts.
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when we blow air more than its holding capacity it bursts as the air applies much pressure on the walls of the balloon and it bursts when it exceeds its capacity of extending in length or surface
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THEIR ARE TWO THINGS REACTING ON THE BALLOON:PRESSURE AND FORCE.THE FORCE AND PRESSURE APPLIED ON THE BALLOON MAKES THE BALLOON THIN.AS A RESULT THE PRESSURE INSIDE THE BALLOON IS MORE THAN ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE.SO THE BALLON TEARS UP OR BLAST.
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The expansion is due to the elasticity of rubber. As we keep blowing, the air pressure builds up inside the balloon, and the rubber expands to its maximum limits. If we blow again, the balloon won't be able to expand but the air that we blows in need space still, and the balloon bursts

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Dear friend, A balloon bursts when too much of the air is pumped into it because the inner pressure of the balloon becomes very high than the outer pressure acting on it.
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The air exerts pressure inside the ballon and takes it to the point where it can not stretch and it bursts.
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The expansion is due to the elasticity of rubber. As we keep blowing, the air pressure builds up inside the balloon, and the rubber expands to its maximum limits.If we blow again, the balloon won't be able to expand but the air that we blows in need space still, and the balloon bursts.
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Enought answers I will shut my mouth..???? byee
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it is because it cant withstand the pressurre exerted by the air
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if we will blow too much air into the balloon then the balloon would be burst because everything has a limit to stand. if the balloon is blown much then it's circumference gets bigger then it has to be.
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because the pressure in the balloon increases and the pressure outside the balloon decreases
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DUE TO PRESSURE
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The expansion is due to the elasticity of rubber. As?we?keep?blowing, the?air?pressure builds up inside the?balloon, and the rubber expands to its maximum limits.?If we blowagain, the?balloon?won't be able to expand but the?air?that?we blows?in need space still, and the?balloon bursts.
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as the balloon is filled with air,by the pressure the balloon gets thinner and it busts with a big sound.

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Air exerts pressure in all directions.

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`Two things are happening when you blow up a balloon - it gets larger, and the pressure inside increases. When the balloon gets larger, it gets thinner as it gets stretched. Eventually, the pressure pushes it to a point where the balloon can stretch no more, and it starts to tear. The tear travels so fast that you don't even see it happen, and the balloon bursts.
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due to the higher presure inside balloon
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Becausethere is a lot of pressure
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Air is a fluid. Fluids exert pressure. So,when we blow air into a balloon, that air exerts pressure on the walls of the balloon of the inside to expand, hence making the balloon inflate. At that point, the balloon remains inflated and neither inflates more nor deflates as the pressure in the balloon is equal to the outside,i.e, atmospheric pressure. But when we blow excess air into the balloon, this inside pressure becomes larger or greater than the outside atmospheric pressure, or another reason is that the balloon is filled with air, that is matter, to its full capacity and cannot hold more air.
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the balloon burst because the air inside the balloon became greater and the atmospheric air became less so  the air inside the balloon was more then the circumference .So in result the balloon burst
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?Two things are happening when you blow up a balloon - it gets larger, and the pressure inside increases. When the balloon gets larger, it gets thinner as it gets stretched. Eventually, the pressure pushes it to a point where the balloon can stretch no more, and it starts to tear. The tear travels so fast that you don't even see it happen, and the balloon bursts.
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the balloon won't have the capacity to hold that much air
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Dear friend, A balloon bursts when too much of the air is pumped into it because the inner pressure of the balloon becomes very high than the outer pressure acting on it. The air exerts pressure inside the ballon and takes it to the point where it can not stretch and it bursts.
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because everything has its own limit or we can say a ballon has not that much space and air also get filled
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It thins the wall of ballon so when it is over blown it bursts
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For The large amount of pressure of air
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What will happen if too much year is still inside the balloon explain the reason
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Air exerts pressure on the walls of the container in which it is kept, If we blow too much air in the balloon the pressure exerted by air increases, and as a result the walls of the balloon cannot bear that pressure and burst out
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Because it as some space it will fill when we blow more it will burst
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Being fluids, gases have a property to exert pressure on bodies immersed in them & on the walls of the container holding them. That's the reason for which a balloon expands when the air is blown into it. The air inside the balloon exerts pressure on the inner wall of the balloon. If too much air is blown into the balloon, then the balloon is Incapabl of with standing the pressure & it burst.
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The rubber gets thinner and thinner. That's why.
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Dear student,
expansion is due to the elasticity of rubber. As we keep blowing, the air pressure builds up inside the balloon, and the rubber expands to its maximum limits. If we blow again, the balloon won't be able to expand but the air that we blows in need space still, and the balloon bursts.

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If we will blow too much into the baloon then it would burst,because everything has a limit to stand.If it is blown much then it's circumference gets bigger than it has to be.So it bursts. Was this answer helpful?
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Because air's pressure push them so, they burst
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Two things are happening when you blow up a balloon - it gets larger, and the pressure inside increases. When the balloon gets larger, it gets thinner as it gets stretched. Eventually, the pressure pushes it to a point where the balloon can stretch no more, and it starts to tear. The tear travels so fast that you don't even see it happen, and the balloon bursts.

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if we blow to much air into the balloon it burst because to much air gives pressure to balloon inside and get busted
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it cant hold too much. there was some limit
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As it occupies space, the balloon that is made of rubber expands. ... As we keep blowing, the air pressure builds up inside the balloon, and the rubber expands to its maximum limits. If we blow again, the balloon won't be able to expand but the air that we blows in need space still, and the balloon bursts.
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because the balloon can not handel that much pressure.
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balloon bursts when too much of the air is pumped into it because the inner pressure of the balloon becomes very high than the outer pressure acting on it. The air exerts pressure inside the ballon and takes it to the point where it can not stretch and it bursts.
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1)A balloon bursts if we blow too much air in it because everything has a limit of tolerating something.
2)In a balloon, when we blow air into it it's walls are expanded.
3)If we fill too much air in it it's wall will expand very much and will cross the limit of storing air in the balloon.
4)This is why a balloon bursts if we blow too much air in it.

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Because it cannot hold any more air.
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It is because the pressure inside the balloon increase and the area decrease hence the pressure of air burst the ??.
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Because inside the balloon the pressure increase
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Two things are happening when you blow up a balloon - it gets larger, and the pressure inside increases. When the balloon gets larger, it gets thinner as it gets stretched. Eventually, the pressure pushes it to a point where the balloon can stretch no more, and it starts to tear. The tear travels so fast that you don't even see it happen, and the balloon bursts.
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Two things are happening when you blow up a balloon - it gets larger, and the pressure inside increases. When the balloon gets larger, it gets thinner as it gets stretched. Eventually, the pressure pushes it to a point where the balloon can stretch no more, and it starts to tear. The tear travels so fast that you don't even see it happen, and the balloon bursts.
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