The figure4 shows the relation between resistance and temperature for the thermistor.                                                                                                 Figure 4 What is the value of resistance approximately at 30°C? What happens to the resistance value as the temperature increases? Is it PTC or NTC thermistor?         Justify your answer.

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  1. The figure4 shows the relation between resistance and temperature for the thermistor.

                       

                                                                        Figure 4

  1. What is the value of resistance approximately at 30°C?
  2. What happens to the resistance value as the temperature increases?

Is it PTC or NTC thermistor?         Justify your answer.

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