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a steel tape is calibrated at 20'c .on a cold day when the temperature is 15'c ,what will be percentage error in tape?
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a steel tape is calibrated at 20'c .on a cold day when the temperature is 15'c ,what will be percentage error in tape?
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whenever something is heated it expands & when cooled it contracts..so this case can be considered as the case of cooling..use equation \[change \in length= \alpha \Delta T L\] where L is original length ,\[\Delta T\] is change in temperature..and \[\alpha \] is coefficient of thermal expansion of steel.. when u have found the change in length the %ge error will be given as (change in length/original length)*100 can u do the calculations?
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hey i hav to find percentage error intape.
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it will be change in length/original length*100
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bt length is nt mention only temp. is mention
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L in this formula will be cancelled as it is in both numerator and denominator..
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hey cn u solve it i'm nt getting u?
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wait for 5 minute then i will upload the solution
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you get it?
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okay tell me where u have the doubt?
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change in length
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orignal lenth is calibrated length and change is occur when measured at 15c
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have u got it
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hey ash can u hlp me out
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Yes. Where do you have trouble understanding?
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i'm nt geting the percentage error
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All materials' length changes with temperature. Change in length is given as \[\Delta L=\alpha \Delta T L\] Here \(\Delta T\) is the change in temp. \(\alpha\) is the linear coefficient of thermal expansion. Do you get this formula?
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yes,after put result answer is nt coming
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Let's find the change in length \(\alpha \) for steel= \(10.8\times 10^{6} / C\) C= degree centigrade What's \(\Delta T\) here?
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it's 35. The length will decrease \[\Delta T=(15)(20)=35\]
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\[\text{now find}\ \Delta L \ \text{in terms of L} \]
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nt getting ANSWER CORRECT
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Do you have the answer?
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Mind sharing here?
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its 0.042%
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Does you question mentions the value of alpha?
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no ur answer that u get
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It's because of the value of alpha. For steel it varies between \(1113 *10^{(6)} /C\) Use \(12\times 10^{6} /C\) and you'd get the answer
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Do you get it?
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i think that if we use difference in reading we get the answer.in place of length
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