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Strength of a cable and number of strands

Is the strength of a single strand of a steel cable proportionate to the entire cable? meaning if lets say a cable was made up of 100 strands and could lift a hundred pounds, would each thread be able to lift a pound, or does the cable as a whole become stronger?

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English: Steel wire rope of the the German col...

Answer:

The strength of the cable increases with increase in the number of strands.

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