Calculate the resistance of a conductor with a length of 0.50 meters, a cross-sectional area of 0.02 m^2, and a resistivity of 1.20 x 10 ^ -8 Ohm-meters.
R=0.000000012 ohms per meter per mm^2
Resistance=0.0000000000003 ohms OR 3*10^-13 ohms
This is an incredible presentation of incompetent SLOP: Wrong definition of the electrical resistance constant, wrong units for cross-sectional area, and wrong answer.
R=0.000000012 ohms per meter per mm^2 <---- The symbol is ρ (rho) and the unit is the ohm-meter. (There is no “per” in this constant.)
L=0.5 meters <--- This should be 0.50. The trailing zero determines the precision of the measurement.
A=20000mm^2 <--- This unit is wrong. This should remain in meters because the constant is defined in meters.
(0.50)(1.2E-8)/(0.02) = (3.0E-7) ohms @ 20°C <--- The constant is calculated at 20°C
Mr. BB, stick to simple interest rate computations—my cat says you usually get those right.