please clear the concept of resistivity?
Asked by abhinav | 8th Jun, 2017, 04:48: PM
Resistivity is the property of the material of which the conducting wire of the circuit is made up of.
Higher the resistivity, higher will be the resistance of the circuit and therefore, lesser will be the amount of current flowing through the circuit.
Answered by Abhijeet Mishra | 8th Jun, 2017, 06:25: PM
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