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Le Chatelier's Principle applies fundamentally to changes in temperature, pressure, or concentration. Changing other physical parameters will matter when they affect these three factors. For example, changing the volume of the container in which the reaction takes place effects the concentration of the reactants/products, which is why Le Chatelier's Principle becomes relevant.
If it helps, Khan Academy has a video on Le Chatelier's Principle here: https://www.khanacademy.org/science/chemistry/chemical-equilibrium/factors-that-affect-chemical-equilibrium/v/le-chatelier-s-principle
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