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The Semiconductor strain gauges typically have much higher gauge factors than those of metallic strain gauges, primarily due to :

(A) higher temperature sensitivity (B) higher Poisson’s ratio

(C) higher piezoresitive coefficient (D) higher magnetostrictive coefficient

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The Semiconductor strain gauges typically have much higher gauge factors than those of metallic strain gauges, primarily due to : higher piezoresitive coefficient

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