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<div><img src="https://images.topperlearning.com/topper/tinymce/imagemanager/files/b957d401b851bea7a23112c919aaf8725766071cda9948.9678064920160619080645.jpg" alt="" /></div> <div>If the lamps are both the same in the figure given above and if A1 reads 0.50A, what do A2, A3, A4 and A5 read?</div>
Asked by Divyaa | 19 Jun, 2016, 08:17: AM
It is given that the two lamps are identical. So, they will have equal resistance.

The ammeter A1 reads 0.5 A current. This current will now get distributed equally in the two branches as resistances are equal.
Hence, the ammeters A2 and A4 will read 0.25 A each. Now, A3 and A5 are connected in series with A2 and A4, so they will also read 0.25 A.
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 20 Jun, 2016, 12:12: PM

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