HOW DOES THE RESISTANCE OF A CONDUCTOR CHANGE IF ITS TEMPERATURE IS CHANGED?

Asked by mehaksaini | 26th Dec, 2009, 04:00: PM

Expert Answer:

The change in resistance is directly propotional to the temperature.

An increase in temperature increases the resistance and vice versa.

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Answered by  | 26th Dec, 2009, 04:20: PM

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