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Explain V- I method of measurement of medium resistance. 

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In this method, use suitable source, ammeter and voltmeter and connect them as shown in the above diagram. Take reading of voltmeter and ammeter, then value of resistance = R = V/I Ω To minimise the error take 4 to 5 observation for the same resistance and take their average.

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