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Only a change in pressure that is caused by a change in volume affects the direction of the reaction because for an increase in volume, for example, causes a decrease in pressure (PV=nRT) and consequently a change in concentration. On the other hand, if the pressure changes because extra inert gases were added, then the direction of the reaction will not change because there is no change in concentration.
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