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When air is pumped into the balloon from the sealed jar, the balloon will expand rapidly and burst. Balloon contains gas whose pressure which is more than the atmospheric pressure. This atmospheric pressure opposes the pressure of the gas inside the balloon. 

If the air in the jar is pumped out, the pressure exerted by the gas in the balloon will not be opposed. Therefore, the balloon expands rapidly and bursts.

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When air is pumped into the balloon from the sealed jar, the balloon will expand rapidly and burst. Balloon contains gas whose pressure which is more than the atmospheric pressure. This atmospheric pressure opposes the pressure of the gas inside the balloon. 

If the air in the jar is pumped out, the pressure exerted by the gas in the balloon will not be opposed. Therefore, the balloon expands rapidly and bursts.

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When air is pumped into the balloon from the sealed jar, the balloon will expand rapidly and burst. Balloon contains gas whose pressure which is more than the atmospheric pressure. This atmospheric pressure opposes the pressure of the gas inside the balloon. 

If the air in the jar is pumped out, the pressure exerted by the gas in the balloon will not be opposed. Therefore, the balloon expands rapidly and bursts.

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