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mtimko
 one year ago
A steel pipe (α = 6.5 x 106/F°) has a cross sectional area of 127.20 in2 at 25°F. What is its cross sectional area (in in2) when the pipe is heated to 175°F?
mtimko
 one year ago
A steel pipe (α = 6.5 x 106/F°) has a cross sectional area of 127.20 in2 at 25°F. What is its cross sectional area (in in2) when the pipe is heated to 175°F?

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IrishBoy123
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1use \( \Delta A = A_0 \times 2 \alpha \times \Delta T\)
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