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When a voltmeter and an ammeter are connected respectively across the terminals of a cell, measures
$5V$
and
$10A$
. Now only a resistance of
$2Ω$
is connected across the terminal of the cell. The current flowing through this resistance is:-
A
$7.5A$
B
$5.0A$
C
$2.5A$
D
$2.0A$
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