Network Theorems Online MCQ Test - Set 01 - ObjectiveBooks

# Practice Test: Question Set - 01

1. “Maximum power output is obtained from a network when the load resistance is equal to the output resistance of the network as seen terminals of the load”. The above statement is associated with
(A) Millman’s theorem
(B) Thevenin’s theorem
(C) Superposition theorem
(D) Maximum power transfer theorem

2. Kirchhoff’s law is applicable to
(A) Passive networks only
(B) A.C. circuits only
(C) D.C. circuits only
(D) Both A.C. as well D.C. circuits

3. If the energy is supplied from a source, whose resistance is 1 ohm, to a load of 100 ohms the source will be
(A) A voltage source
(B) A current source
(C) Both of above
(D) None of the above

4. The superposition theorem is applicable to
(A) Linear, nonlinear and time variant responses
(B) Linear and nonlinear resistors only
(C) Linear responses only
(D) None of the above

5. Which of the following is the passive element?
(A) Capacitance
(B) Ideal current source
(C) Ideal voltage source
(D) All of the above

6. The number of independent equations to solve a network is equal to
(A) The number of chords
(B) The number of branches
(C) Sum of the number of branches and chords
(D) Sum of number of branches, chords and nodes

7. According to Kirchhoff’s voltage law, the algebraic sum of all IR drops and e.m.f. in any closed loop of a network is always
(A) Negative
(B) Positive
(C) Determined by battery e.m.f.
(D) Zero

8. Which of the following is non-linear circuit parameter?
(A) Inductance
(B) Condenser
(C) Wire wound resistor
(D) Transistor

9. Kirchhoff’s voltage law applies to circuits with
(A) Nonlinear elements only
(B) Linear elements only
(C) Linear, nonlinear, active and passive elements
(D) Linear, nonlinear, active, passive, time varying as wells as time-invariant elements

10. The circuit whose properties are same in either direction is known as
(A) Unilateral circuit
(B) Bilateral circuit
(C) Irreversible circuit
(D) Reversible circuit

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