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Which of the following would decrease the resistance to the flow of an electric current through a body? A. Lengthening the conductor B. Shortening the conductor C. Using a conductor with a smaller cross section D. Heating the conductor
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Shortening the conductor would decrease the resistance to the flow of an electric current through a body.
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