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Q1. | A conductor has a cylindrical shape with a diameter d. Its resistance is 2 Ω. It is recast into a cylindrical conductor of diameter 0.3d. The resistance of new conductor is likely to be |

A. | less than 2 Ω [Wrong Answer] |

B. | less than 0.6 Ω [Wrong Answer] |

C. | between 2 and 100 Ω [Wrong Answer] |

D. | more than 100 Ω [Correct Answer] |

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