Theoretical questions with ideal components.(R2 is 10 Ohm)
1) parallel circuit. R1 and ammeter,
If I have a parallel circuit of 2 resistances, both zero Ohm, the current would split to 2 and each current would be half. If the resistor R1 would be 1 pico Ohm, and the ammeter zero Ohm, there would be no current through the resistor, and all the current would go through the ammeter?
2) Ohms law.
R2 is 10 Ohm, current is 1A.
voltage between point A and B is 0 volt, resistance between A and B is 0 Ohm,
according to Ohms law, I = V / R = 0 / 0 = 0 A.
Correction, 0/0 is not 0, it is undefined.(edited after posting)
Is it telling me that it sees this as 2 circuits, with a common wire, and the circuit between A and B has no current, but the circuit between (+) and (-) has 1 Amp.
Correction, the current between A and B is undefined. (edited after posting)
Both questions are theoretical with ideal components, and the voltmeter and ammeter are connected this way on purpose. I would like to get some feedback on this topic.