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A 1 mile long copper wire has a resistance of 68 ohms. What will be its new resistance when doubling it over and using it as "one" wire

2. Relevant equations?

R=V/current

3. The attempt at a solutionunable to attempt, I know that when it is cut in half R=34 ohms

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# Homework Help: Resistance, ohms

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