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Q1. | Which of the following is a bilateral element? |

A. | Constant current source [Wrong Answer] |

B. | Constant voltage source [Wrong Answer] |

C. | Capacitance [Correct Answer] |

D. | None of the above [Wrong Answer] |

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equal to load resistance

less than the load resistance

greater than the load resistance

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⇒ Which of the following is linear and bilateral parameter ?

resistors

semi-conductor diodes

electron tubes

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⇒ A dependent source

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is always a voltage source

is always a current source

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3R

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compensation theorem

superposition theorem

reciprocity theorem

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⇒ A closed path made by several branches of the network is known as

branch

loop

circuit

junction

⇒ Millman's theorem yields equivalent

impedance or resistance

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voltage source.

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small emf.

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a resistance in parallel with an ideal voltage source.

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

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terminal voltage cannot be higher than source e.m.f.

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Norton's.

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Non-linear circuits only.

Linear and non-linear circuits both.

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