Voltage Measuring Device has Non Infinite Resistance
1)What is the resistance of an ideal voltmeter?
  

2)Which of the following is not a reason for the high resistance of the voltmeter?
  

3)In the given figure, two 10-ohm resistors are arranged in series, with a voltmeter connected in parallel to one of the resistors. Given that the applied voltage (E) is 5 volts, and the voltmeter registers a reading of 2.482 volts, what is the resistance of the voltmeter?

4)In the given figure, two resistors of the same value are connected in series and the voltmeter is connected parallel to one of the resistors. If the voltmeter is ideal what will be the voltmeter reading?

5)The cell is connected to the resistor. What happens when the voltmeter is connected in series in the circuit?
  

6)In the given figure, two resistors of the same value are connected in series, and a voltmeter is connected in parallel to one of the resistors. If the voltmeter is non-ideal, what will be its reading?

7)Why is the voltmeter connected in parallel to the circuit?
  

8)Which voltmeter is most appropriate for accurately measuring the potential difference?
  

9)In the given figure, two resistors of the same value are connected in series, and the voltmeter is connected parallel to one of the resistors. The resistance of carbon resistors is 10 kilo Ohm, and the voltage of the cell (E) is 8V. Which of the following options could be a voltmeter reading?

10)In the given figure, two resistors of 15 ohms are connected in series, and the voltmeter is connected parallel to one of the resistors. What is the voltmeter reading if E is 10 V, and the resistance of the voltmeter is 1000 ohms?