P, V, T

Classical Mechanics Level pending

Pressure \(P\) is directly proportional to Temperature and Temperature \(T\) is directly proportional to Volume \(V\), it proves that Temperature is directly proportional to both Pressure and Volume, it means \(P=T=V\).

But why Pressure is not directly proportional to Volume, Pressure and Volume both are inversely proportional to each other, however they both are directly proportional to Temperature, they should be directly proportional to each other, but they are not. why?

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