## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Page 104

In that case the resistance can be

the circuit and the potential difference across the required portion and applying

Ohm's law in the form R = V/i. R is a constant of the circuit for truly ohmic

materials ...

In that case the resistance can be

**determined**by measuring the current throughthe circuit and the potential difference across the required portion and applying

Ohm's law in the form R = V/i. R is a constant of the circuit for truly ohmic

materials ...

Page 417

The proportion of R associated with the primary and secondary must be

different circuits. Since the same current flows through all the resistances, R

which is the ...

The proportion of R associated with the primary and secondary must be

**determined**by a separate measurement if the losses are to be attributed to thedifferent circuits. Since the same current flows through all the resistances, R

which is the ...

Page 433

With the switch in its upper position, L and R of the measuring circuit can be

switch is closed in its lower position, the alteration in the current at reson- L ance

can ...

With the switch in its upper position, L and R of the measuring circuit can be

**determined**by the variation of C, as described in the previous paragraph. If theswitch is closed in its lower position, the alteration in the current at reson- L ance

can ...

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