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# Is of the same material o has the cylindrical shape

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is of the same material o has the cylindrical shape, and o is uniform in all its properties (for instance, the temperature of all its parts is the same). Note that this Problem does not require exact calculations of the length, etc. It only asks you by how much the length, etc. should be changed. This is a very simple introduction to the topic. Comment on the difference between the 20 th and the 21 st century. In this problem, you are working with a typical power supply of the 20 th century, which “knows” only the voltage ࠵? \$%& at its output terminals. For a brief information on the more intelligent power supply of the 21 st century, see the text box below: Test/measurement instruments for the 21 st century Modern power supplies include remote sensing – special circuitry to measure and maintain the voltage ࠵? " at the load: they adjust their output voltage ࠵? \$%& accordingly. For more information (not required for solving this problem) see page 4 of the Keysight file: “Ten Fundamentals You Need to Know About Your DC Power Supply”
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