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Q1. | In a series parallel circuit, any two resistances in the same current path must be in |

A. | series with each other [Correct Answer] |

B. | parallel with each other [Wrong Answer] |

C. | series with the voltage source [Wrong Answer] |

D. | parallel with the voltage source [Wrong Answer] |

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⇒ In Thevenin's theorem, to find Z

all independent current sources are short circuited and independent voltage sources are open circuited

all independent voltage sources are open circuited and all independent current sources are short circuited

all independent voltage and current sources are short circuited

all independent voltage sources are short circuited and all independent current sources are open circuited

⇒ For a linear network containing generators and impedances, the ratio of the voltage to the current produced in other loop is the same as the ratio of voltage and current obtained if the positions of the voltage source and the ammeter measuring the cuiTent are interchanged. The network theorem is known as

Millman's theorem.

Norton's theorem.

Tellegen's theorem.

Reciprocity theorem.

⇒ Which of the following is the passive element?

Capacitance

Ideal current source

Ideal voltage source

All of the above

⇒ In nodal analysis, if there are N nodes in the circuit, then how many equations will be written to solve the network?

N - 1.

N + 1.

N.

N - 2.

⇒ Which of the following is non-linear circuit parameter?

Inductance

Condenser

Wire wound resistor

Transistor

⇒ An electric circuit with 10 branches and 7 nodes will have

3 loop equations.

4 loop equations

7 loop equations

10 loop equations.

⇒ A passive 2-port network is in a steady-state. Compared to its input, the steady state output can never offer

higher voltage

lower impedance

greater power

better regulation

⇒ Thevenin resistance R

_{th}is found

by removing voltage sources along with their internal resistances

by short-circuiting the given two terminals

between any two 'open' terminals

between same open terminals as for E

_{th}

⇒ Nodal analysis is based on

KCL.

KVL.

both.

law of conservation of energy.

⇒ A connected network of N > 2 nodes has at most one branch directly connecting any pair of nodes. The graph of the network

must have at least N branches for one or more closed paths to exist?

can have an unlimited number of branches?

can only have at most N branches?

can have a minimum number of branches not decided by N?

⇒ A capacitor is generally a

bilateral and active component

active, passive, linear and nonlinear component

linear and bilateral component

non-linear and active component

⇒ For a two-port symmetrical bilateral network, if A = 3 and B = 1 ω, the value of parameter C will be

4 s

6 s

8 s

16 s

⇒ Which of the following is a bilateral element?

Constant current source

Constant voltage source

Capacitance

None of the above

⇒ According to Kirchhoff's voltage law, the algebraic sum of all IR drops and e.m.fs. in any closed loop of a network is always

negative

positive

determined by battery e.m.fs.

zero

⇒ Efficiency of power transfer when maximum transfer of power occurs is

100%

80%

75%

50%

⇒ Kirchhoff's laws are not applicable to circuits with

distributed parameters.

Jumped parameters

passive elements

nonlinear resistances

⇒ "Maximum power output is obtained from a network when the load resistance is equal to the output resistance of the network as seen from the terminals of the load".

The above statement is associated with

Millman's theorem

Thevenin's theorem

Superposition theorem

Maximum power transfer theorem

⇒ A voltage source having an open-circuit voltage of 100 V and internal resistance of 50 ω is equivalent to a current source

2 A in parallel with 50 ω.

2 A with 50 ω in series

0.5 A in parallel with 50 ω

A in parallel with 100 ω

⇒ Superposition theorem is not applicable for

voltage calculations

bilateral elements

power calculations.

passive elements

⇒ Which of the following is an active element in a circuit?

Current source

Resistance.

Inductance.

Capacitance.

⇒ An ideal voltage source should have

large value of emE

small value of e.m.f.

zero source resistance

infinite source resistance

⇒ The poles and zeroes of an all-pass network are located in which part of the s-plane?

Poles and zeroes are in the right half s-plane.

Poles and zeroes are in the left half s-plane.

Poles in right half and zeroes in left half of s-plane.

Poles in the left half and zeroes in right half of s-plane.

⇒ Application of Norton's theorm to a circuit yields

equivalent current source and impedance in series

equivalent current source and impedance in parallel

equivalent impedance

equivalent current source

⇒ "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 I in the first branch".

The above statement is associated with

compensation theorem

superposition theorem

reciprocity theorem

none of the above

⇒ The circuit having same properties in either direction is known as____circuit.

bilateral

unilateral

irreversible

reversible

⇒ The superposition theorem requires as many circuits to be solved as there are

sources, nodes and meshes

sources and nodes

sources

nodes

⇒ While calculating R

_{th}in Thevenin's theorem and Norton equivalent

all independent sources are made dead

only current sources are made dead

only voltage sources are made dead

all voltage and current sources are made dead

⇒ The theorem that enables a number of voltage (or cuiTent) sources to be combined directly into a single voltage (or current) source is the____ theorem.

compensation

reciprocity

Millman's

Maxwell's

⇒ The superposition theorem is applicable to

voltage only

current only

both current and voltage

current voltage and power

⇒ Kirchhof's voltage law applies to circuits with

non-linear elements only

linear elements only

linear, non-linear, active and passive elements

linear, non-linear, active, passive, time varying as wells as time-invariant elements