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A student investigated how the current in a resistor varies with the potential difference
across the resistor.
Figure 1 shows part of the circuit used.
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0 1 . 1 The student connected an ammeter and a voltmeter into the circuit.
What is the correct way to connect the ammeter and the voltmeter
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I think the question is asking if would you connect them in series or parallel, and in that case the ammeter goes in series and the voltmeter in parallel.

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i think the question is asking if would you connect them in series or parallel, and in that case the ammeter goes in series and the voltmeter in parallel.

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no they gave a diagram and they asked for something else
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no they gave a diagram and they asked for something else
Do you have a picture of the diagram?
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Do you have a picture of the diagram?
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This is d pic
x is connected in series
y is connected in parallel

this along with the fact that an ammeter is always connected in series and a voltmeter is always connected in parallel should help you solve this question
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i would also advise you to maybe make flashcards to remember how an ammeter is connected and how a voltmeter is connected (and know what a series circuit and parallel circuit looks like) because series circuits and parallel circuits often come up in exams and stuff. hope this helps!
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