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reduction ratio= initial cross sectional area/final cross sectional area

the larger the cross sectional area, the smaller the resistance

You cannot create a cross sectional area of a rectangle. You can only create cross sectional areas for triangular shapes.

The cross sectional area of a slab can be found by squaring the height of the slab.

Cross-sectional area = pi*radius2

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reduction ratio= initial cross sectional area/final cross sectional area

To calculate the cross sectional area of a rectangular tube, multiply the widths of two adjacent sides of the tube.

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You cannot unless you know the angle of the plane which defines the cross section.

the larger the cross sectional area, the smaller the resistance

You cannot create a cross sectional area of a rectangle. You can only create cross sectional areas for triangular shapes.

Volume = Cross sectional Area x Height.

Perimeter of the base of the ruler multiplied by its height

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Cross Sectional Area = Width x Average Depth

when the cross sectional area of the wire increases, the resistance decreases. R=(resistivity coefficient x Length)/cross sectional area

Volume = cross sectional area * lengthArea = 2* cross sectional area + perimeter of cross section * length

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