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A resistance is measured by passing current through it and measuring the resulting voltage drop. If the voltmeter and the ammeter have uncertainties of and , respectively, then – (June)
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The uncertainty in the value of resistance is:
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The uncertainty in the computed value of the power dissipated in resistance is:
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Using dimensional analysis, Plank defined a characteristic temperature from powers of the gravitational constant , Planck’s constant , Boltzmann constant and the speed of light in vacuum. The expression for is proportional to – (June)
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