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Posted by Lanise on Saturday, February 6, 2010 at 11:31pm.

Two copper wires have equal cross-sectional areas and lengths of 2.4m and 1.3m, respectively.
What is the ratio of the current in the shorter wire to that in the longer one if they are connected to the same power supply?
I1.3/I2.4 =

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