1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data We are supposed to figure out the voltages over every resistance when measuring with a voltmeter 2. Relevant equations R1=R2=10k ohm R3=R4=100k ohm R5=R6=1M ohm R7=R8=4.7M ohm U=10V 3. The attempt at a solution The thing I'm not quite understanding is whether the resistors are in series ( meaning R1 and R2 and etc) or/and parallel. I tried using voltage division over the resistors and realized they would have same voltage over them, 5V, which is wrong, I think. V1=U*((R1)/(R1+R2))=U*(R/2R)=U/2=5V, One second thing we should take account is there is an internal resistance when measuring the voltages with a voltmeter, which is parallel to the measuring object. The internal resistance is usually 10M ohm or higher. How should I do now?