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Help me answer: Consider a Steel wire of radius= 2mm of a load equal to 4 kg to be suspended from a rigid support and its top end, such that it is in hanging in a vertical position. What is its tensile stress due to its own weight? (take )

Consider a Steel wire of radius= 2mm of a load equal to 4 kg to be suspended from a rigid support and its top end, such that it is in hanging in a vertical position. What is its tensile stress due to its own weight? (take g=3.1 \pi ms^{-2} )

  • Option 1)

    6.2*10^{6} Nm^2

  • Option 2)

    3.1*10^{-6} Nm^2

  • Option 3)

    3.1*10^{6} Nm^2

  • Option 4)

    3.1*10^{5} Nm^2

 
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Option 1)

6.2*10^{6} Nm^2

Option 2)

3.1*10^{-6} Nm^2

Option 3)

3.1*10^{6} Nm^2

Option 4)

3.1*10^{5} Nm^2

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