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Which of the following does not affect resistance?

Resistivity

Cross-sectional area

Mass

Length

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A law which states that when a constant electromotive force is applied to a circuit consisting of a resistor and capacitor connected in series, the time taken for the potential on the plates of the capacitor to rise to any given fraction of its final value depends only on the product of capacitance and resistance.

Child’s law

CR law

Coulomb’s law

Debye T3 law

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If three 100-pF capacitors are connected in series, then the total capacitance is

300 pF

100 pF

50 pF

33.3 pF

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Points to be considered in choosing a capacitor

Working voltage

Type of dielectric

Capacitance

All of these

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“Any resistance R in a branch of a network in which a current I is flowing can be replaced by a voltage equal to IR”. This states

Compensation theorem

Reciprocity theorem

Millman’s theorem

Superposition theorem

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The voltage cannot be exactly in phase with the current in a circuit that contains

Only capacitance

Only resistance

Inductance and capacitance

Inductance, capacitance and resistance

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In a pure capacitance,

Current leads voltage by 90˚

Current leads voltage by 180˚

Current lags voltage by 90˚

Current lags voltage by 180˚

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A capacitor is basically constructed of

Two conductors separated by a dielectric

Two dielectric separated by a conductor

Conductors and dielectric

Conductors and semiconductors

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And ideal current source has an internal conductance of _________ siemen(s)

Infinite

One

Zero

One million

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In a rectangular wave, the peak factor is

1.16

1.73

1.11

1.0

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Which of the following does not refer to electrical energy?

Volt-ampere

Joule

Watt-second

Volt-coulomb

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The reactance curve is a plot of frequency versus ________ for a series RLC circuit.

Current

Voltage

Gain

Impedance

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What is the peak factor for alternating current or voltage varying sinusoidally?

1.4142

0.707

0.636

1.11

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The farad is not equivalent to which of the following combination of units

CV^2

C^2/J

C/V

J/V^2

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The impedance in the study of electronics is represented by resistance and

Inductance

Capacitance

Inductance and capacitance

Reactance

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A factor that states how much the resistance changes for a change in temperature?

Resistivity

Specific resistance

Coefficient of temperature change

Temperature coefficient of resistance

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Two complex numbers or phasors are said to be conjugate if they

Differ only in the algebraic sign of their quadratic components

Differ only in the algebraic sign of their real components

Are equal in their real and quadrature components including algebraic signs

Are equal in their real components but differ in their quadrature components including algebraic signs.

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What determines the direction of induced emf in a conductor or coil?

Cork screw rule

Fleming’s left hand rule

Ampere’s circuital law

Fleming’s right hand rule

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Voltage resonance means

Series resonance

Parallel resonance

Current magnification

Gain magnification

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The superposition theorem is used when the circuit contains

Reactive elements

Active elements

Number of voltage sources

Single voltage source

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What is the complex impedance of a circuit with an absolute resistance of 300 Ω?

0 + j 300 Ω

300 + j 90 Ω

0 – j 300 Ω

300 + j 0 Ω

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Which of the statements below is not true?

Current source is an active element

Resistor is a linear element

Voltage source is a passive element

Diode is a non-linear element

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A 0.09 microfarad capacitor is charged to 220 volts. How long in milliseconds will it discharged resistor has a resistance of 20,000 ohms?

1.5

2.5

1.25

0.5

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In an ac circuit with XL and R in series, the

Voltages across R and XL are in phase

Voltage across R lags the voltage across XL by 90°

Voltages across R and XL are 180° out-of-phase

Voltage across R leads the voltage across XL by 90°

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The graph between an alternating quantity and time is called