I am reading a text that explains about measurement sensitivity and accuracy. In a part of it it has the following examples (with no explanation!)
3 and 1/2 digits (2000) on 2V range = 1mV
Which makes sence if you do calculate 2/2000 = 0.001 = 1mV
Now it has the following:
4 and 1/2 digits (20000) in 2Ohm range = 100mOhm
I can't get this one, I am calculating 2/20000 that results in 0.0001 which is equal to 100uOhm, Or I am stupid and doing it wrong!?
Link to the original text, You can see the example above on page 3.
Apparently, they have a new version here. I can see they changed "m" to "µ" in newer version, so the problem was not at my side :P