300/12=.04
.o4 x 25=1V
voltage is 1
.o4 x 25=1V
voltage is 1
How would you describe the connection of the voltmeter to the resistor you're trying to measure? Series or parallel?300 total R
I'm using v I r and changing this formula.
so 200 +100 for voltmeter
I think I see part of your problem. It is either: (a) you have a high degree of arrogance and believe that you know more than the teachers, when you demonstrably don't understand stuff that is covered the first day in most Circuits I courses, or (b) you truly do have absolute idiots for teachers. I don't know which it is, possibly some combination of both. But in either case you are going to have serious difficulties moving forward. In the latter case you are completely wasting your time studying under people that are clueless about the field. This would be like paying some school to learn how to become a gourmet chef but the school has hired teachers who have never cooked anything in their life. In the former case you will continue to refuse to take the advice and instruction you are given because you are convinced you know better.bit of both
I'm as good as my teachers that teach me as they say
v I r is not a formula.300 total R
I'm using v I r and changing this formula.
so 200 +100 for voltmeter
I seriously doubt that. You have an excellent teacher in @WBahn, and you are completely ignoring the wisdom he is trying to impart upon you....I'm as good as my teachers ...
And no one will. Use your brain. That's what it's there for.I'm just looking for the answer.
nobody has been able to give me that.
This is the Homework forum. Students are expected to show their work and give their best effort to solve the problem.I'm just looking for the answer.
nobody has been able to give me that.
The responders have been trying to get you to model the problem correctly. WBahn told you to model the voltmeter as a 100K resistor. You haven't done that yet (correctly).read my replies,ive been trying that
But the meter resistance isn't in series with the other two resistors. What you drew was correct.so battery voltage /total restistance x r1 = voltage
12/300,000 =0.00004
0.00004 x r1(100,000 ohm)= 4v
I understand v=ir I understand that,if you look at my replies ive even been able to manipulate that formula.i just haven't spelled it out
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