Problem 4: Use the table below to answer the following questionsTempature Coefficients of Resistivity αCoefficient a (1°C)Coefficient a (1°C)MaterialConductorsSilverCopperGoldAluminum3.8x103.9x10-33.4x103.9x104.5x105.0x10-33.93x1033.9x10-3MaterialConductorsManganin (Cu, Mn, Ni alloy) 0.000x 10Constantan (Cu, Ni alloy) 0.002x 10MercuryNichrome (Ni, Fe, Cr alloy) 0.4x10SemiconductorsCarbon (pure)Germanium (pure)Silicon (pure)0.89x103TungstenronPlatinum-0.5x10-3-50x10Lead70x10-3Suppose a wire is 24 m long with a 0.075 mm diameter and has a resistance of 59 Ω at 20.0°C.@ theexpertta.com- tracking id: 2N74-2F-82-4A-BAAB-13167. In accordance with Expert TA's Terms of Service. copying this information to any solutions sharingwebsite is strictly forbidden. Doing so may result in termination of your Expert TA Account.APart (a) What is the resistivity of the wire's material?tan()acos(0cos0)asinatan() acotan sinh()cosh tanh cotanh0sincotan4 5 60Degrees RadiansBACKSPACECLEARSubmitHintI give up!à Part (b) What is its resistance at 150°C, in ohms, if the temperature coefficient of resistivity isthe same as that of gold?

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Problem 4: Use the table below to answer the following questions
Tempature Coefficients of Resistivity α
Coefficient a (1°C)
Coefficient a (1°C)
Material
Conductors
Silver
Copper
Gold
Aluminum
3.8x10
3.9x10-3
3.4x10
3.9x10
4.5x10
5.0x10-3
3.93x103
3.9x10-3
Material
Conductors
Manganin (Cu, Mn, Ni alloy) 0.000x 10
Constantan (Cu, Ni alloy) 0.002x 10
Mercury
Nichrome (Ni, Fe, Cr alloy) 0.4x10
Semiconductors
Carbon (pure)
Germanium (pure)
Silicon (pure)
0.89x103
Tungsten
ron
Platinum
-0.5x10-3
-50x10
Lead
70x10-3
Suppose a wire is 24 m long with a 0.075 mm diameter and has a resistance of 59 Ω at 20.0°C.
@ theexpertta.com- tracking id: 2N74-2F-82-4A-BAAB-13167. In accordance with Expert TA's Terms of Service. copying this information to any solutions sharing
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APart (a) What is the resistivity of the wire's material?
tan()
acos(0
cos0)
asin
atan() acotan sinh()
cosh tanh cotanh0
sin
cotan
4 5 6
0
Degrees Radians
BACKSPACE
CLEAR
Submit
Hint
I give up!
à Part (b) What is its resistance at 150°C, in ohms, if the temperature coefficient of resistivity is
the same as that of gold?
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Problem 4: Use the table below to answer the following questions Tempature Coefficients of Resistivity α Coefficient a (1°C) Coefficient a (1°C) Material Conductors Silver Copper Gold Aluminum 3.8x10 3.9x10-3 3.4x10 3.9x10 4.5x10 5.0x10-3 3.93x103 3.9x10-3 Material Conductors Manganin (Cu, Mn, Ni alloy) 0.000x 10 Constantan (Cu, Ni alloy) 0.002x 10 Mercury Nichrome (Ni, Fe, Cr alloy) 0.4x10 Semiconductors Carbon (pure) Germanium (pure) Silicon (pure) 0.89x103 Tungsten ron Platinum -0.5x10-3 -50x10 Lead 70x10-3 Suppose a wire is 24 m long with a 0.075 mm diameter and has a resistance of 59 Ω at 20.0°C. @ theexpertta.com- tracking id: 2N74-2F-82-4A-BAAB-13167. In accordance with Expert TA's Terms of Service. copying this information to any solutions sharing website is strictly forbidden. Doing so may result in termination of your Expert TA Account. APart (a) What is the resistivity of the wire's material? tan() acos(0 cos0) asin atan() acotan sinh() cosh tanh cotanh0 sin cotan 4 5 6 0 Degrees Radians BACKSPACE CLEAR Submit Hint I give up! à Part (b) What is its resistance at 150°C, in ohms, if the temperature coefficient of resistivity is the same as that of gold?

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