What feature of a DMM allows you to connect the test probes in the circuit, remove the probes, and then read the measured value on the display? A. Diode tester B. Minimum/maximum feature C. Delta feature D. Touch/hold feature
The touch/hold feature allows you to connect the test probes in the circuit, remove the probes, and then read the measured value on the display.
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The touch/hold feature allows you to connect the test probes in the circuit, remove the probes, and then read the measured value on the display.

A circuit with 1000 ohms resistance has current of 2 amps. What's the level of power?
Weegy: A circuit with 1000 ohms resistance has current of 2 amps. The level of power is 4000 watts. P = I^2 * R; P = 4 * 1000; P = 4000 User: A _______ is a three-terminal variable resistor that's often used to adjust motor speed. Weegy: A potentiometer is a three-terminal variable resistor that's often used to adjust motor speed. User: A voltage that has been stepped down is measured across the output terminals of a? (More)
Updated 12/14/2018 2:40:03 AM
A circuit with 1000 ohms resistance has current of 2 amps. What's the level of power?
Updated 4 days ago|9/21/2020 9:22:03 PM
A circuit with 1000 ohms resistance has current of 2 amps. The level of power is 4000 watts.

P = I^2 * R; P = 4 * 1000; P = 4000.
Added 4 days ago|9/21/2020 9:22:03 PM
Liam is working on a circuit and notices it's quite hot to the touch. What's causing the heat Liam is noticing? A. High voltage B. High current C. High resistance D. High wattage
Updated 12/2/2018 4:27:07 PM
Liam is working on a circuit and notices it's quite hot to the touch. High resistance is causing the heat Liam is noticing.
Liam is working on a circuit and notices it's quite hot to the touch. What's causing the heat Liam is noticing? A. High voltage B. High current C. High resistance D. High wattage
Updated 4/5/2019 1:27:28 AM
Liam is working on a circuit and notices it's quite hot to the touch. High resistance is causing the heat Liam is noticing.
A low-resistance path in a circuit, commonly called a _______, can cause a circuit breaker to trip. A. closed circuit B. short circuit C. series connection D. parallel connection
Updated 12/2/2018 6:37:25 PM
A low-resistance path in a circuit, commonly called a short circuit, can cause a circuit breaker to trip.

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