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  • INTERVIEW QUESTIONS ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING(EEE) DETAILS
    Question :
    The internal resistance of a 20,000 ohm/volt voltmeter set on its 5 V range is
    A. 20,000
    B. 100,000
    C. 200,000
    D. 1,000,000

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