Two Balloon Surprise
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This surprised me. What happens when you connect two balloons, one blown up much bigger than the other? I thought for sure they would equalize. Doesn’t air rush out harder from a fully-inflated balloon than from a partially-inflated balloon?

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The explanation is quite simple and intuitive. You probably noticed that blowing a balloon is harder when you start blowing it, and it gets easier the bigger the balloon. Well, that’s just it, the pressure is higher in a non completely inflated balloon! The thick rubber of the small balloon exerts much more force on its contents than the thin rubber of the large balloon. More here
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