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A steady current flows through a metallic wire whose area of cross-section A increases continuously from one end of the wire to the other.

Q. A steady current flows through a metallic wire whose area of cross-section A increases continuously from one end of the wire to the other. The magnitude of drift velocity ( {v_d}) of the free electrons as a function of A can be shown by:

A steady current flows through a metallic wire whose area of cross-section A increases continuously from one end of the wire to the other

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Aditya Bhatt Answered question 5 February 2024
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