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 operation of whetstone bridge. 
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A Wheatstone bridge is widely used to measure the electrical resistance. This circuit is built with two known resistors, one unknown resistor and one variable resistor connected in the form of bridge. When the variable resistor is adjusted, then the current in the galvanometer becomes zero, the ratio of two two unknown resistors is equal to the ratio of value of unknown resistance and adjusted value of variable resistance. By using a Wheatstone Bridge the unknown electrical resistance value can easily measure.


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