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Discussion Forum : Resistance and Power - General Questions (Q.No. 23)
23.
A conductor's cross-sectional area in circular mils for onehalf.gif inch is:
500 cmils
100,000 cmils
1,000,000 cmils
500,000,000 cmils
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Saranya said:   4 years ago
Anyone can explain this it in clear?

Kierre13 said:   5 years ago
Given: radius of 1/2 inch then diameter equals 1inch which is equal to 1,000 mil. For Circular Mil, Area = d^2,

A= (1000mil)^2.
A= 1x10^6 CM.

Sanjay said:   6 years ago
A circular mil is a unit of area, equal to the area of a circle with a diameter of one mil. It corresponds to 5.067 * 10^-4 m2.

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