# physics

Four copper wires of equal length are connected in series. Their cross-sectional areas are 0.96 cm^2, 2.02 cm^2, 2.90 cm^2, and 5.06 cm^2. A potential difference of 116 V is applied across the combination. Determine the voltage across the 2.02 cm^2 wire.

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