(a) At what temperature would the resistance of a copper

(a) At what temperature would the resistance of a copper conductor be double its resistance at 20.0°C? (Use 20.0°C as the reference point in Eq.26-17; compare your answer with Figure)

(b) Does this same "doubling temperature" hold for all copper conductors, regardless of shape or size?

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