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Q1. | The superposition theorem requires as many circuits to be solved as there are |

A. | sources, nodes and meshes [Wrong Answer] |

B. | sources and nodes [Wrong Answer] |

C. | sources [Correct Answer] |

D. | nodes [Wrong Answer] |

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⇒ The circuit whose properties are same in either direction is known as

unilateral circuit

bilateral circuit

irreversible circuit

reversible circuit

⇒ Millman's theorem yields equivalent

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current source

voltage source.

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⇒ The circuit has resistors, capacitors and semi-conductor diodes. The circuit will be known as

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linear circuit

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⇒ In a delta network each element has value R. The value of each element in equivalent star network will be

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R/2

R/3

⇒ Millman's theorem yields

equivalent resistance

equivalent impedance

equivalent voltage source

equivalent voltage or current source

⇒ Ideal current source have

zero internal resistance.

infinite internal resistance.

low value of voltage.

large value of current.

⇒ The superposition theorem is applicable to

voltage only

current only

both current and voltage

current voltage and power

⇒ In a balanced Wheatstone bridge, if the positions of detector and source are interchanged, the bridge will still remain balanced. This inference can be drawn from

reciprocity theorem.

duality theorem.

compensation theorem.

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direction of current through the resistor

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RC network only

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⇒ Between the branch voltages of a loop the KirchhofFs voltage law imposes

non-linear constraints

linear constraints

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none of the above

⇒ For a voltage source

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terminal voltage is higher than the source emf.

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_{th}is found

by removing voltage sources along with their internal resistances

by short-circuiting the given two terminals

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only two sources of e.m.f. in it

no source of e.m.f. in it

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bilateral

unilateral

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reversible

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