How temperature is connected with ressitance

gaurav parmar

The temperature coefficient of resistance for a wire is
0.00125 / C
. At 300K its resistance is 1 ohm.
The temperature at which the resistance becomes 2 ohm is

Abhinav answered

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    Abhinav

    T2=T1+(R2-R1)/Temp.coeff.
    =300+(2-1)/.00125
    =300+800
    =1100 k.

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      Abhinav

      T=T1+(R2-R2)/ temp.Coeff.
      =300+(1/.00125)
      =300+800
      =1100 K.

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