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What will be the change in the product of resistivity and conductivity of a certain material used for making wires if 2 more resistors are added but the current flowing through doubles? This should be easy for physicists.
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I've hidden an egg in a deep fat frier. I need a short 2-4 line riddle to serve as a clue to its location.

Yes I'm outsourcing this riddle please help.
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A rotund white organism (yes it works somewhat) is hiding in something deeper and fatter than itself. Can you find it?


Or something like that.
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Southern Corn wrote:
What will be the change in the product of resistivity and conductivity of a certain material used for making wires if 2 more resistors are added but the current flowing through doubles? This should be easy for physicists.

I honestly don't remember why I worded it like this. I should have said 'this should be easy for a high schooler'.

Resistivity is inverse to conductivity, so their product would always remain 1 no matter what.

Here's a nice riddle. Well, it's actually a rebus, but...see if you can figure out what this means. It's much more phonetic than most rebuses though.

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