## Question

### Solution

Correct option is

3 : 2

Let l be the original length of the rods. Let them be heated so that the increase in temperature is toC.

Increase in length =

Where  is the coefficient of linear expansion of the rod

Strain =

Stress =

Stresses are equal for the two rods if

or

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