# Wheatstone Bridge Calculator

## Electrodynamics

Electrodynamics is a branch of physics that studies the electromagnetic field in the most general case (that is, variable fields depending on time are considered) and its interaction with bodies having an electric charge (electromagnetic interaction).

## Wheatstone Bridge

Wheatstone Bridge is designed to measure resistances. The principle of its operation is based on the rules of Kirchhoff. The position of the engine on the variable resistance is selected so that the potential difference between the points of the bridge cd is equal to zero.

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