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problem26_32 - = = Ω = fsd fsd I I So the readings are V...

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26.32: Two voltmeters with different resistances are connected in series across a 120-V line. So the current flowing is . A 10 20 . 1 10 100 V 120 3 3 - × = × = = total R V I But the current required for full-scale deflection for each voltmeter is: ( 29 . A 10 67 . 1 000 , 90 V 150 and A 0150 . 0 000 , 10 V 150 3 k 90 ) k 10 ( - ×
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Unformatted text preview: = = Ω = fsd fsd I I So the readings are: . V 108 A 10 67 . 1 A 10 20 . 1 V 150 and V 12 A 0150 . A 10 20 . 1 V 150 3 3 kΩ 90 3 kΩ 10 = × × = = × =---V V...
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