# How do you cross the rendezvous with the resistance level in the game medal of honor allied assault?

### Can you cross over the border if you were arrested for assault?

Cross over FROM where TO where?

### Does resistance increase as the cross-sectional area of the wire?

The resistance does not increase because if they cross at the cross-sectional they are not increasing.

### How does cross sectional area affect resistance?

the larger the cross sectional area, the smaller the resistance

### What are mathematical relationship between resistance and specificconductivity constant?

The resistance is: Resistance = resistivity times length / cross section area or Resistance = length / (conductivity times cross section area).

### Does the resistance of a wire depend on the cross section area of the wire?

Yes. The bigger the cross section, the lower the resistance.

### How does a resistance of a wire depend on its radius?

Resistance is inversely-proportional to the cross-sectional area of a conductor. For example, doubling its cross-sectional area will halve its resistance, while halving its cross-sectional area will double its resistance. Since the cross-sectional area of a circular-section conductor is proportional to the square of its radius, doubling that radius will reduce its resistance by one quarter, while halving its radius will quadruple its resistance.

### What is the relationship between resistance and cross sectional area?

R is prportional to A, where R is resistance and A is cross section area of conductor

### How does thickness of a wire affect resistance?

Resistance is inversely proportional to cross-sectional area. so ,if the thickness of the wire increases, the area of cross-section increases and this results in decrease of the resistance. The resistance R = l p / A where R is the resistance, l is the length of the wire, p(rho) is the electrical resistivity of the material and A is the area of cross section. So R the resistance is inversely proportional to A the area… Read More

### How does the resistance of a wire vary with its cross sectional area?

Other things being equal, a larger cross section will result in less resistance.

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### How does cross sectional area affect resistance of a wire?

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

### How does a wire's cross section affect resistance?

If two pieces of wire are made of the same material and have the same length but different resistance, then the one with the greater cross section area has the lower resistance.

### What is cross resistance in bacteria for two different antibiotics?

"Bacterial cross-resistance happens when the two antibiotics that are being taken have very similar actions"

### How does the cross sectional area of wire affect resistance?

Other things being equal, more cross-sectional area will cause less resistance.

### Is it hard to prove who hit who first in an assault case?

Not usually.... and if there is conflicting complaints the officer can always arrest for a "criss-cross" assault.

### What are the rules for electricity resistance?

Resistance of a conductor is defined by the specific resistivity, area of cross section and the length of the conductor. R = rL/A, where R is resistance in OHMs, r is specific resistance, L length in mm, A is area of cross section in sq mm

### How is electrical resistance worked out?

Resistance of a conductor is defined by the specific resistivity, area of cross section and the length of the conductor. R = rL/A, where R is resistance in OHMs, r is specific resistance, L length in mm, A is area of cross section in sq mm

### The resistance of a wire varies inversely as?

The resistance of a wire varies inversely to its cross-sectional area.

### Do thick wires have high or low resistance?

Low resistance. Answer Since resistance is inversely proportional to the cross-sectional area of a conductor, increasing the diameter ('thickness') of a conductor will reduce its resistance. For example, doubling the diameter of a circular-section conductor will quadruple its cross-sectional area, and reduce its resistance by one quarter.

### What is the law that expresses electrical resistance concept?

Resistance of a conductor is defined by the specific resistivity, area of cross section and the length of the conductor. R = rL/A, where R is resistance in OHMs, r is specific resistance, L length in mm, A is area of cross section in sq mm

### Do bend in the wire effect the electric resistance?

The resistance is based on the cross sectional area. It is conceivable that you could bend a wire in such a way as to affect the cross sectional area, but unlikely.

### The magnitude of the resistance of a wire depends on?

A: The magnitude of resistance is depend on cross section of the wire the material constructed with and the additional strands of wire involved Answer Resistance depends upon the length, cross-sectional area, and resistivity of a conductor. It is directly-proportional to the resistivity and length, and inversely-proportional to its cross-sectional area. As resistivity is affected by temperature, temperature indirectly affects resistance.

### What affects resistance in a circuit?

1.Resistance is dependent on the material.Like wood is insulator(ALMOST infinite resistance). 2.Resistance of a wire having more cross sectional area is less and less cross sectional area is more(i.e. it is inversely propotional to the cross sectional area.) 3.It is more for more length and less for less length. 4. Resistance varies with temprature.For metals like platinum it increses with temprature.

### How does the resistance of a wire vary with its area of cross section?

Conversely, as the cross-sectional area of the conductor icreases, the resistance decreases, just as a pipe of large diameter offers less resistance to fluid flow than does a pipe of small diameter.

### How would resistance r depend on cross section and length of the material?

Resistance R =p(L /A) i,e Resistance(R) of a conductor will be directly proportional to its length(L) ==> if the length of the conductor increases its resistance also will increase. i,e Resistance(R) of a conductor is inversely proportional to its cross section area(A) ==> if the Area of the conductor increases its resistance also will decrease.

### What would the resistance of the wire if the resistance is 10 ohms be the same if it were twice as thick?

For a circular-section conductor, doubling its diameter will quadruple its cross-sectional area. Since resistance is inversely-proportional to a conductor's cross-sectional area, its resistance would, therefore, fall by a quarter, to 2.5 ohms.

### Three ways which resistance of a wire can be increased?

You can increase the resistance in the wire, by doing any of the following: Increase the length of the wire. Reduce the wire's cross-section. Change to a material that has a greater resistivity (specific resistance). You can increase the resistance in the wire, by doing any of the following: Increase the length of the wire. Reduce the wire's cross-section. Change to a material that has a greater resistivity (specific resistance). You can increase the resistance… Read More

### What is meant by cross resistance in bacteria against two different antibiotics?

when two different antibiotics are taken simultaneously againt multi bacterial infections cross resistance in the bacteria results

### How does an object length affect its electrical resistance?

Assuming constant cross section, the resistance is directly proportional to the length.

### If the diameter of a wire increases does the resistance increase or decrease?

Decrease. Resistance is inversely proportional to the cross-sectional area.

### Does a thicker wire equal more resistance?

No, a thicker wire has less resistance. Resistance (for a given material and length) is basically proportional to the cross-sectional area of a wire. So a wire with twice the diameter will have 1/4 the resistance (if you double the diameter of a wire it has 4 times the cross-sectional area).

### Why the thin wire has greater resistance to electricity?

Resistance is defined as a property of materials due to which a material opposes the flow of current through themselves. And Resistance is inversely proportional to area of cross section of conductor. As the cross section area of thin wire is less hence resistance is more. So, as wire diameter increases its resistance decreases and vice versa

### What gauge conductor has the least resistance?

Resistance becomes lower as the cross sectional are of the conductor becomes larger. Hence higer the diameter of the conductor lower the resistance.

### Air resistance depends on what?

The amount of air resistance an object has depends on it's shape and it's frontal cross-section.

### What are the 4 quantities which will affect the total resistance in a circuit?

Specific resistance. Length, area of cross section and inductance in the circuit.

### Which conditions make resistance small?

The resistance of a wire is the length divided by the cross-section area and the conductivity of the material. So for small resistance you need a wire with short length, large cross-section area (diameter) and a material with high conductivity like copper.

### Why does a thicker wire have less resistance?

The reason why the resistance decreases as the wire gets thicker is because the resistance is proportional to the cross-sectional area of the wire therefore because the cross section of the wire is thicker it is letting the current flow past in a given amount of time.

### What is the Change in resistance of wire when its length is doubled?

Assuming the wire follows Ohm's Law, the resistance of a wire is directly proportional to its length therefore doubling the length will double the resistance of the wire. However when the length of the wire is doubled, its cross-sectional area is halved. ( I'm assuming the volume of the wire remains constant and of course that the wire is a cylinder.) As resistance is inversely proportional to the cross-sectional area, halving the area leads to… Read More

### How do you calculate a cross-sectional area When all you know is resistance resistivity and length?

I think the equation you are looking for is Resistance (ohms) = Resistivity * Length / Area or R=p*L/A. This is the resistance of a circular wire with cross-section of A, length of L, and material with resistivity p. So to get area: Area = Resistivity * Length / Resistance.

### When the diameter of a conductor is doubled what happens to its resistance?

Resistance will decreases... Because R is inversely proportional to Area of the conductor. Answer If the conductor has a circular cross-sectional area, then doubling the diameter will reduce the resistance to one quarter of its original distance. This is because area is proportional to the square of the radius, and resistance is inversely proportional to cross-sectional area.

### When the length and area of cross section both are doubled then its resistance?

The answer depends on whether the cross sectional radius/diameter are doubles or the cross sectional area is doubled.

### What type of wire increases when it is made thinner?

Since resistance is inversely-proportional to cross sectional area, the lower the cross-sectional area, the higher the resistance. So ALL types of wire exhibit this behaviour!

### Will an increase of applied voltage decrease the resistance of a copper conductor?

No, the resistance is fixed by the cross section and length of the conductor and does not vary with voltage.

### The resistance of a wire depends on the?

The length, cross-sectional area, and resistivity. As resistivity changes with temperature, temperature indirectly affects resistance.

### What are the factors that affects resistance?

The factors that affects resistance are : length of the conductor, area of cross - section, nature of material and temperature of the conductor.

### How does the length of a wire affect the electrical resistance?

the resistance of wire depends upon its lengths of cross section and the nature of the material of the wire.