Current Measuring Device has Finite Non-zero Resistance
 1) Ammeter is the device used to measure ____. Current Resistance Voltage None of these Resistance

 2) Statement 1: Ammeter is connected in series with load. Statement 2: Ammeter is connected in parallel with load. Which of the following is correct? Statement 1 is correct Statement 2 is correct Both are correct Both are incorrect

 3) Resistance of ammeter will be __. Very small In the order of10000 K ohm In the order of 1000 K ohm In the order of M ohm

 4) What will happen when an ammeter of higher resistance is connected in series in circuit? None of these It does not affect accuracy of current measurement It will affect accuracy of current measurement Current in the circuit remains same

 5) What happens when ammeter is connected in parallel in circuit? Chance for the burn out of ammeter None of these Accurate measurement of current Current through ammeter decreases

 6) An ammeter is connected in series to a circuit. Multimeter is connected across ammeter to measure voltage. Multimeter reading is 2400 mV. Resistance of ammeter is 1.2 ohm. Reading of ammeter reading will. 3mA 2A 3A 2mA

 7) An ammeter is connected in series to a circuit. The multimeter is connected across the ammeter. The multimeter reading is 3600 mV. The ammeter reading is 2.4 A. The resistance of the ammeter is___. 1.2ohm 1.5 ohm None of these 2.5 ohm

 8) Which of the ammeter is more appropriate for an accurate measurement of current? Ammeter of 3 ohm Ammeter of 60 ohm Ammeter of 75 ohm Ammeter of 50 ohm

 9) Statement 1: If we use a multimeter as an ammeter, it can be connected in series to a circuit. Statement 2: If we use a multimeter as an ammeter, it can be connected in parallel to a circuit. Which of the following are correct? Both are correct Statement 2 is correct Both are incorrect. Statement 1 is correct

 10) An ammeter is connected in series to a circuit. The multimeter is connected across the ammeter. The ammeter reading is 2.5 A. The resistance of the ammeter is 1.4 ohm. What will be the multimeter reading? None of these 35 V 3400 mV 3500 mV