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 A 0 -10 mAPMMC ammeter reads 5 mA in a circuit; its bottom control spring snaps out suddenly the meter will now read:- a) 5 mA b) 10 mA c) 2.5 mA d). 0

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 A 0 -10 mAPMMC ammeter reads 5 mA in a circuit; its bottom control spring snaps out suddenly the meter will now read:- 0

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