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Conversion of Galvanometer to Ammeter problem

Diagram of D'Arsonval/Weston type galvanometer.
Diagram of D'Arsonval/Weston type galvanometer. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A galvanometer can be converted to ammeter by connecting a low resistance, called shunt in parallel with it. If a galvanometer of resistance 45 Ω is shunted by a resistance of 5 Ω what fraction of main current passes through the  Galvanometer? What is the current which flows through the shunt?

 

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