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- An electrical circuit with three resistors and a battery connected in series. After the first two resistors, there is a point connected to the ground. Why is the voltage difference between the ground point and the positive of the battery not 10 volts?

In electrical circuit there are three resistors and a battery connected in series. After the first two resistors, there is a point connected to the ground. Why is the voltage difference between the ground point and the positive of the battery not 10 volts?

In that circuit, I think that the voltage of point B is 0 volts because it is touching the ground, and also the voltage of point S is 10 volts because it is connected directly to the battery, but why is the voltmeter reading not equal to 10 volts What is the difference between the voltage of points S and B?

In that circuit, I think that the voltage of point B is 0 volts because it is touching the ground, and also the voltage of point S is 10 volts because it is connected directly to the battery, but why is the voltmeter reading not equal to 10 volts What is the difference between the voltage of points S and B?

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