1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An inductor is connected in series with an AC source, the rms output voltage of it is 260V and a hot-wire ammeter reads 2A. If the ratio of the voltage across the ammeter to the voltage across the inductor is 5/12, determine the resistance of the ammeter. (Neglect the inductor resistance). 2. Relevant equations i=V/R (where i is the current, V is the voltage and R is the resistance). 3. The attempt at a solution (Va is the ammeter voltage and Vl is the inductor voltage) My result is not what in my text book, could you explain why?