I must be missing the point of this exercise! The circuit is impossible because there must be a voltage compliance in the wires connected to the resistors or there are induced voltages in the probe leads both of which must be assumed. In reality, there are induced voltages in the probe or measurement leads depending on position as Mr Boom points out so if this is unknown, the circuit can not be understood.
Regards, Pm
Ok,here is what this test is about. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5be3zpj_eCY&t=1411sHere prof Lewin claims Kirchhoff's law dose not hold. I ran these very tests with Poynt,and found the error in Lewins measurement method,and that Kirchhoff's law hold's. But i further ask the questions regarding this test,and they are 1will the voltage be the same across both resistors,or 2is the value of current flowing through the loop the same or different on each side of the resistors. IOW,is the current flowing through conductor A the same value of current flowing through conductor B ?. Ohms law states that if the current is the same flowing through both resistor's,that the voltage across the two resistors must be different. Ohms law also states that if the voltage across both resistors is the same,then the current flowing through the resistors must be different. It would seem both Lewin and ElectroBOOM missed this point. Brad
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