1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A conducting wire has a resistivity, ρ as a function of its length, L, given by ρ=(ρ0)(L) where (ρ0) is constant. A is the cross-sectional area of the wire. the resistance of the wire would be A) [(ρ0)(L)]/A B) (ρ0)/(2A) C) [(ρ0)(L)]/(2A) D) [2(ρ0)(L^2)]/A E) [(ρ0)(L^2)]/(2A) 2. Relevant equations r=(ρL)/A 3. The attempt at a solution r=[(ρ0)(L^2)]/A Am I missing something?