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When a switch is in OFF position,
$(i)$. circuit starting from the positive terminal of the cell stops at the switch.
$(ii)$. circuit is open.
$(iii)$. no current flows through it.
$(iv)$. current flows after some time.
Choose the combination of correct answer from the following.
$(a)$. all are correct
$(b)$. $(ii)$. and $(iii)$. are correct
$(c)$. only $(iv)$. is correct
$(d)$. only $(i)$. and $(ii)$. are correct
When a switch is in off position, it means that the circuit is open and no current will flow throw the circuit.
Statement $(ii)$ and $(iii)$ are correct.
So, option $(b)$ is correct.
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