I humbly apologise,again
Missed it by a lot. 1000 / 10 = 100 = 10000% but that is not the answer to the question.1000 / 100 = 10%
10,000 x 10 is equal to 100,000. It is a pure number multiplied by a pure number and therefore produces a pure number. You can't just go tacking units onto an answer because you want, hope, and pray that the answer is supposed somehow magically grow those particular units at the end.10,000 x 10=100,000 ohms
Where did this come from?and 1000 / 100 = 10%
He has 1000 / 100, but your point is still completely valid and relevant.Missed it by a lot. 1000 / 10 = 100 = 10000% but that is not the answer to the question.
By inspection, what is the voltage across R2. Then, what is the voltage you read on the meter when you place the meter leads across R2.
How do you figure that?meter is connected in series, 12v
Okay. So now draw a sketch of the circuit and then analyze it.In order for a voltmeter to measure a device's voltage, it must be connected in parallel to that device
You say "the resistance of the meter and r1 is" and then follow it with a bunch of stuff that doesn't end up with a resistance.the resistance of the meter and r1 is
12 / 200 = 0.06 x 10 = 0.6volts with meter is 6-0.6 =5.4 v
Okay... so draw the circuit!the question,it doesn't provide a circuit sketch.and in fact it asks you to draw the circuit
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