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The diagram shows the change in the length of a thin uniform wire caused by the application of stress at two different temperatures and . The variation shown suggest that
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 None of these

Answer:The correct answer is: Elasticity of wire decreases at high temperature at higher temperature slope of graph will be less
So we can say that
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