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A power supply of 47 V is connected to two resistors of R1=47000 ohms and R2=31000...

A power supply of 47 V is connected to two resistors of R1=47000 ohms and R2=31000 ohms back to back (series circuit). What does the reading say in a voltage meter that has a inner resistance of 89000 ohms that is connected to the first resister (R1)?

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