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A Student Plots a Graph from His Reading on the Determination of Young Modulus of a Metal Wire but Forgets to Put the Labels. the Quantities on X and Y-axes May Be Respectively - Physics

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A student plots a graph from his reading on the determination of Young modulus of a metal wire but forgets to put the labels. the quantities on X and Y-axes may be respectively


(a) weight hung and length increased
(b) stress applied and length increased
(c) stress applied and strain developed
(d) length increased and the weight hung.

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Solution

All options are correct. 
(a) When a weight is loaded on a wire, the length of the wire increases. The relationship between weight and length is linear.
(b) When a weight is loaded, it produces stress on the wire. The relationship between stress and increase in length is also linear.
(c) When stress is applied, strain develops. Therefore, both are linearly related. 
(d) Since the value of Y  for the wire is unknown, X may also be the increase in its length. Nevertheless, they still show the same linear relationship.  

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HC Verma Class 11, 12 Concepts of Physics 1
Chapter 14 Some Mechanical Properties of Matter
MCQ | Q 1 | Page 299
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