What would be the volmeter reading of the cell of Ni and Cu

E Ni2+/Ni= -0.24V
E Cu/Cu2+= 0.34 V

E cell=E cathode - E anode= -0.24 V - (-0.34 V) =0.10V

I think this in incorrect as no answer like this is given

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