The Graph Between Applied Force and Change in the Length of Wire Within Elastic Limit is a - Physics

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The graph between applied force and change in the length of wire within elastic limit is a

  1. straight line with positive slope.
  2. straight line with negative slope.
  3. curve with positive slope.
  4. curve with negative slope.
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Solution

a. straight line with positive slope.

Concept: Elastic Energy
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