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A 10-m long steel wire (cross – section 1cm 2 . Young's modulus 2 x 10 11 N/m 2 ) is subjected to a load of 25.000 N . How much will the wire stretch under the load? Select the correct answer. 1.25 cm 0.8 cm 2.25 cm 0.1 cm 12.5 cm.

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