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Young’s modulus of material of wire is ‘Y’ and strain energy per unit volume is ‘E’, then the strain is

(A) `sqrtY/(2E)`

(B) `sqrt(E/Y)`

(C) `sqrt((2E)/Y)`

(D) `sqrt(2EY)`

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#### Solution

(c) `sqrt((2E)/Y)`

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