The area of cross section of a wire and its length are 1mm^2 and 2mm respectively.how much will be the work done to increase its length by 0.1mm . Youngs modulus of material of the wire=2.0*10^11n/m^2
Asked by Duhlani001 | 14th Apr, 2019, 03:21: PM
Answered by Ankit K | 15th Apr, 2019, 05:24: PM
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