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If the diameter of a conductor of 10 ohms is doubled, its new resistance would be?
If the diameter of a conductor of 10 ohms is doubled, its new resistance would be?
A.20 ohms
B.5 ohms
C.40 ohms
D.2.5 ohms
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If the diameter of a conductor of 10 ohms is doubled, its new resistance would beĀ
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