To determine the Young's modulus of a wire, the formula is Y=F/A*L/delta L; where L=length;A=area of cross-section of the wire, delta L=change in length of the wire when stretched with a force F. The conversion factor to change it from CGS to MKS system is
Asked by Anil | 20th May, 2017, 10:43: PM
For determining the Young's modulus of a wire, the formula is
Therefore, the conversion factor to change the formula for Young's modulus for the given wire from CGS to MKS system is 103.
Answered by Abhijeet Mishra | 22nd May, 2017, 12:46: PM
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