Asked on 19 Mar 2020

What happens when an ammeter is set up in a parallel connection with the part of the circuit where you want to measure current?

(a) The ammeter gets a correct reading.

(b) The ammeter damages the circuit's voltage source.

(c) The ammeter reverses the current flow through the circuit.

(d) The ammeter creates a short circuit.

Answered on 19 Mar 2020

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