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in a wheatstone bridge circuit shows no deflection, why are the voltages across opposite branches on each side of the galvanometer necessarily equal?...

when the galvanometer in a wheatstone bridge circuit shows no deflection, why are the voltages across opposite branches on each side of the galvanometer necessarily equal?
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When the galvanometer in a Wheatstone bridge circuit shows no deflection, why are the
voltages across opposite branches on each side of the galvanometer necessarily
equal?
Ans. Wheatstone bridge...

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