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Practice Test: Question Set - 02


1. Between the branch voltages of a loop the Kirchhoff s voltage law imposes
    (A) Nonlinear constraints
    (B) Linear constraints
    (C) No constraints
    (D) None of the above

2. An ideal voltage source has
    (A) Zero internal resistance
    (B) Open circuit voltage equal to the voltage on full load
    (C) Terminal voltage in proportion to current
    (D) Terminal voltage in proportion to load

3. A closed path made by several branches of the network is known as
    (A) Branch
    (B) Loop
    (C) Circuit
    (D) Junction

4. The superposition theorem requires as many circuits to be solved as there are
    (A) Sources, nodes and meshes
    (B) Sources and nodes
    (C) Sources
    (D) Nodes

5. Kirchhoff s current law states that
    (A) Net current flow at the junction is positive
    (B) Hebraic sum of the currents meeting at the junction is zero
    (C) No current can leave the junction without some current entering it
    (D) Total sum of currents meeting at the junction is zero

6. An ideal voltage source should have
    (A) Large value of e.m.f.
    (B) Small value of e.m.f.
    (C) Zero source resistance
    (D) Infinite source resistance

7. “In any linear bilateral network, if a source of e.m.f. E in any branch produces a current I in any other branch, then same e.m.f. acting in the second branch would produce the same current / in the first branch”. The above statement is associated with
    (A) Compensation theorem
    (B) Superposition theorem
    (C) Reciprocity theorem
    (D) None of the above

8. The resistance LM will be
    (A) 6.66 Q
    (B) 12 Q
    (C) 18 Q
    (D) 20 Q

9. A nonlinear network does not satisfy
    (A) Superposition condition
    (B) Homogeneity condition
    (C) Both homogeneity as well as superposition condition
    (D) Homogeneity, superposition and associative condition

10. A terminal where three on more branches meet is known as
    (A) Node
    (B) Terminus
    (C) Combination
    (D) Anode

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