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when resistance at 50 c is 5 and and 100 c it is 6 find resistance at o c

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Do you the formula for temperature co efficient of resistance for conductors?
plz solve
First tell me if you know what temperature co efficient of resistance is? and what is the meaning of it?

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i don't know the value of RTC
ahh.. first.. tell me what do you know about RTC??
if u know anw than reaply dont west my time
The problem is we don't want to directly give you a solution.. but help you to achieve the answer.. so that you actually learn.. you ll not find direct answers to your problems here.. i am sorry.. so I want to know where are you getting stuck.. you need to show some work.. if you can't start the problem at all.. then that means you need to learn more first before trying to attempt this problem.. thats why i want you to tell me what you know about RTC..good luck!

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