# Please I really need the right answers for this question with all the correct steps, formulas,...

Please I really need the right answers for this question with all the correct steps, formulas, and units as soon as possible, please. Thank You.

1) A copper wire has a diameter of 0.30 mm and is ℓwire = 50 m long. [The conductivity of copper is 5.9 × 107 A/(V⋅m).] Part A:- What is the resistance of the wire?  Part B:- The wire is cut into N identical pieces, and the pieces are connected in parallel to form a single resistor. What is the minimum value of N that gives this resistor a resistance smaller than Rresistor = 1.0 Ω?

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