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, 1. To determine the internal resistance of a galvanometer Rg
2. To determine the current sensitivity, K, of a galvanometer
3. To transform a galvanometer into a voltmeter
4. To transform a galv
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To investigate the effect when two or more resistors are connected in series and in parallel.
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