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# The resistance formula is = / where is the resistivity, L the length and A the...

The resistance formula is = / where is the resistivity, L the length and A the area. What is the length (in m) of the resistance of a cylindrical wire with the following dimensions: = 0.05 Ω.cm, R = 20 k Ω , diameter = 16 mm?

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