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Fluid Properties part 11(In Hindi)
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Ashish Futtan
MTECH IIT Bombay|Quora Top Writer for GATE Mechanical 2019|Cracked IIT (ISM) Dhanbad,IIT DELHI|3 times GATE qualified| Singer|

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.if r is directly proportional to l the how r become 4 times is length is doubled
if u put area in term of length and volume i.e A=V/l , R proptional to l ÷( v/l) i,e l(sq)÷ v therefore l is double the r will 2(sq) = 4 times
Piyush Chandra
a year ago
thanks sir