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A voltmeter is connected in parallel with a device for which we want to measure the potential difference across its terminals.  This is because the potential difference is same when the devices are connected in parallel.

An ammeter is connected in series with a device for which we want to measure the current passing through it.  This is because electric current is same through the devices connected in series.

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