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The electromagnet in a galavanometer. A. Increases the voltage in a circuit. B. Moves a pointer along a numbered scale in response to a current. C. Induces an electric current. D. Increases the current in a circuit.
The electromagnet in a galavanometer moves a pointer along a numbered scale in response to a current.
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The electromagnet in a galavanometer moves a pointer along a numbered scale in response to a current.
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