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In part, yes. The less moles there are, the less molecules you have colliding with the surface of the container and thus applying less pressure. Also consider the equation PV= nRT, as the number of moles decreases, the pressure has to decrease.
Consider pressure in terms of volume as well. When the number of moles stays the same and the volume decreases, the pressure will increase because now there is a more concentrated system. Same vice versa, when the volume increases, the solution is less concentrated so the pressure decreases.
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