# A wire of resistivity p is stretched to double its length . What will be its new resistivity ?

it's new resistivity is 4 times rho

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it's resistivity is 4 times rho

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it will increase 4 times the resistivity in the first case

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the new resistivity will be 4 times of the earlier one....as if u will stretch something...it will increase its lenght but will decrease its area....on calculating R,=p.2l divided by 1/2a gives 4Rso R,=4R

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there will be no change in resistivity because resistivity doesnt depend upon length and area of cross-section of wire
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resistivity=m/(ne2Ʈ)

here length of a wire or a conductor is independent of resistivity
hence there will be no change in resistivity when wire is stretched to any length
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resistivity=m/(ne^2T)
​HERE length of a wire or a conductor is independent of resistivity
hence there will be no change in resistivity when wire is stretched to ayn length

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what is the right ans
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Since, resistivity depends ONLY on "nature of material" and not on the dimensions of the conductor i.e. length and area of cross-section (of the conductor); hence the resistivity of the wire will NOT change.
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no change in resistivity  because resistivity is not dependent on lenght
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Resistivity = ​ρ

The resistance is doubled as = R ∝ l

So,
It's resistivity will remain same;
ρ
∴,
New resistivity = ρ​
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The resistivity will remain the same because resistivity is a property that is independent of material cross section.
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Resistivity will remain the same because  resistivity is a property that is independent of material cross section.
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same

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The resistivity of a material does not change with dimensions. It depends on material and temperature.

Hence, by stretching a wire, there will be no effect on its resistivity. It will remain same.

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Since the resistivity depends on following two factors 1. Nature of conductor 2. Temperature Thus , length does not play a factor role in resistivity ..Hence , there will be no change in the resistivity
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No change becoz resistivity does not depend on length
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60W bulb because R is inversly proportional to p
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Resistivity of a wire depends upon the material of the wire.It is resistance which depends upon the length and area of cross section of the wire..so resistivity = ρ itself...
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A wire of resistivity p is pulled to double its length. What will be its new resistivity
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it will remain the same
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There will be no change in resistivity because resistivity doesnt depend upon length and area of cross-section of wire. Resistivity only depends on nature of material.. Resistivity = ​ρ The resistance is doubled as = R ∝ l So, It's resistivity will remain same; ρ ∴, New resistivity = ρ​
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There is no change in the resistivity
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There is no change in the resistivity...
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There will be no change in resistivity as resitivity depends only on temperature and material  of  conductor.
Hope,It works,

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The new resistivity will be 4 times of the earlier one....as if u will stretch something...it will increase its length but will decrease its area....on calculating R,=p.2l divided by 1/2a gives 4Rso R,=4R.
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