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The range of a galvanometer of resistance G ohm is V  wolt. The resistance required to be connected in series with it in order to convert it into voltmeter of range  n V volt will be........

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  1. G over n
  2. fraction numerator G over denominator open parentheses n minus 1 close parentheses end fraction
  3. nG
  4. open parentheses n minus 1 close parentheses G

    Answer:The correct answer is: open parentheses n minus 1 close parentheses G

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