What will be the resistivity of a wire if it is stretched to double of its original length without loss of mass?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 17th Apr, 2014, 01:49: PM
The resistivity of a wire depends on the nature of material but not on its dimensions. Thus, the increase in length of the wire will not affect its resistivity.
Answered by | 17th Apr, 2014, 03:49: PM
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