Problem: What is the resistance of a Nichrome wire at 0.0°C if its resistance is 100.00 Ω at 45°C? The temperature coefficient for nichrome is 4.00x10-4 (°C)-1A. 100.5 ΩB. 100.0 ΩC. 98.23 ΩD. 96.46 ΩE. 94.23 Ω.

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What is the resistance of a Nichrome wire at 0.0°C if its resistance is 100.00 Ω at 45°C? The temperature coefficient for nichrome is 4.00x10-4 (°C)-1

A. 100.5 Ω

B. 100.0 Ω

C. 98.23 Ω

D. 96.46 Ω

E. 94.23 Ω.

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