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    A copper wire has a length of 5.0 m and a diameter of 3.0mm. Under what load will it's length increase by 0.3 mm?

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    d= 3 mm= 0.003 m
    Therefore Area = pi d^2/4= 0.00000707 m^2 =pi *0.003^2 / ...

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    The solution calculates the load under which the length of a copper wire increases by 0.3 mm.

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