What happens to the resistance of a wire when its length as well as the cross-sectional area are doubled?

A) It doubles B) It becomes 4 times

C) It becomes 2π times D) It remains the same
asked Apr 29, 2018 in Electrical Engineering by
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What happens to the resistance of a wire when its length as well as the cross-sectional area are doubled?

A) It doubles B) It becomes 4 times

C) It becomes 2π times D) It remains the same

answered Apr 29, 2018 by
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Remain the same
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Automatically the resistivity will increase as they are the factors affecting the resistivity 
answered Aug 21, 2019 by anonymous