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Why Are the Connections Between the Resistors in a Meter Bridge Made of Thick Copper Strips? - Physics

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Why are the connections between the resistors in a meter bridge made of thick copper strips?

Solution

The resistivity of a copper wire of very low. Also, the connections are thick, so that the area is quite large and hence the resistance of the wires is almost negligible

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Solution Why Are the Connections Between the Resistors in a Meter Bridge Made of Thick Copper Strips? Concept: Metre Bridge.
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