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CBSE - X - Physics

I have the question that why only the part of wire has resistors ( like
-------------/\/\/\/\/\/\/\-----------) why not the whole wire has resistance and it should be like this (/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\) . Please expert help me out.
And I am thankful to u that u gave a brilliant answer to my earlier question.

Asked by Ananay 31st March 2017, 6:07 PM
Answered by Expert



Very interesting!!!...

This is a symbol which represents an external resistor connected to a circuit ( _/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\_ ).  Also, the ends of the resistor (the horizontal lie) symbolises the connection of the resistor to wire which is a part of the circuit.


Answered by Expert 31st March 2017, 6:24 PM

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