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Why is the current through the Ammeter 0?

Is it because Voltage is 0?
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Why is the current through the Ammeter 0?

Is it because Voltage is 0?
There are multiple ways of attacking this question, the most obvious is to just apply Ohms law in a brute force way and calculate V for different parts of the circuit, then use this to determine I through the Ammeter. A more elegant approach is to invoke a symmetry argument. As ever on TSR, show your workings first if you want detailed help.
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