## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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will appear in connection with cascade arrangements of four-

Since the ratio [Eq. (4.9)] is less than one, the logarithm of its reciprocal is used

with a negative sign. This logarithm is said to be the transfer power loss between

...

will appear in connection with cascade arrangements of four-

**terminal**networks.Since the ratio [Eq. (4.9)] is less than one, the logarithm of its reciprocal is used

with a negative sign. This logarithm is said to be the transfer power loss between

...

Page 133

An auxiliary battery and variable resistance arranged as a simple potentiometer

is used to apply an adjustable potential difference to the meter

these

potentiometer.

An auxiliary battery and variable resistance arranged as a simple potentiometer

is used to apply an adjustable potential difference to the meter

**terminals**. Tothese

**terminals**are also connected the emf.**terminals**of a precisionpotentiometer.

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How great must be the insulation resistance between the

resistance box in order that it shall not be in error by more than 1 per cent? 16.

How low must the junction resistances of a 0.1-ohm shunt be in order that the

total ...

How great must be the insulation resistance between the

**terminals**of a megohmresistance box in order that it shall not be in error by more than 1 per cent? 16.

How low must the junction resistances of a 0.1-ohm shunt be in order that the

total ...

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