# Coefficient 80516

An aluminum wire has a resistance of 4.25 ohms at 0 degrees. Determine its resistance at a temperature of 200 degrees Celsius.

The temperature coefficient of the electrical resistance of aluminum is 4.4·10-3K-1.

The temperature coefficient of the electrical resistance of aluminum is 4.4·10-3K-1.

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