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A metal pipeline is laid to carry oil 500 miles
across desert.Temp @ night is 30 F: during day temp is 130 F?

The linear coefficient of thermal
expansion of metal is 0.000006, how much expansion and contraction
along pipeline must the design engineer plan for..

a. 475 ft

b. 1584 ft

c.2059 ft

d. 2534 ft

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The linear coefficient of thermal
expansion of metal is 0.000006 what units , how much expansion and contraction
along pipeline must the design engineer plan for..

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