Hmm. What if instead of the voltmeter then I had an open?I presume that the designations "DC 10 MOhm" implies that the meters present a 10 MegOhm impedance. If that's the case then the two rather smaller resistances of R1 and R2 don't make much of an impact to the the U1 branch. Nearly no current will pass through that branch, so the voltage drops across those two resistors will be negligible.
You should be able to work out the current through the branch and the voltage drops across those resistors.
Have you studied Ohm's :law ?They arent parallel because of the R1 and R2 resistors so how can they have equal voltage?
The figure shows a source of 8.000V and the meter U1 reading is marked as 7.989V so it's indicating the voltages are not identical.Why does the R3 and voltmeter share the same voltage drop? They arent parallel because of the R1 and R2 resistors so how can they have equal voltage?
Is that so? Why do the resistors make it not parallel?They arent parallel because of the R1 and R2