Wire

One pull of wire is reduced its diameter by 14%. What will be diameter of wire with diameter 19 mm over 10 pulls?

Result

d =  4.2 mm

Solution:

$d = 19\cdot \left(1- \dfrac{ 14}{100}\right)^{ 10} = 4.2 \ \text { mm }$

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