What is the resistance of a 160 m wire with a uniform diameter of 0.28 mm, if the specific resistance is 12.32 μΩ-cm?

A) 3.2 Ω B) 3.2 μΩ

C) 0.8 Ω D) None of these

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What is the resistance of a 160 m wire with a uniform diameter of 0.28 mm, if the specific resistance is 12.32 μΩ-cm?

A) 3.2 Ω B) 3.2 μΩ

C) 0.8 Ω D) None of these

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