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Q1. | Which of the following is linear and bilateral parameter ? |

A. | resistors [Correct Answer] |

B. | semi-conductor diodes [Wrong Answer] |

C. | electron tubes [Wrong Answer] |

D. | transistor [Wrong Answer] |

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⇒ The first and last critical frequency of an RC-driving point impedance function must respectively be

a zero and a pole

a zero and a zero

a pole and a pole

a pole and a zero

⇒ If the number of branches in a network is 'B', the number of nodes is 'N' and the number of dependent loops is 'L' then the number of independent node equations will be

N + L - 1

B - 1

B - N

N - 1

⇒ While determining R

_{TH}of a circuit

voltage and current sources should be left as they are.

all sources should be replaced by their source resistances.

all independent current and voltage sources are shortcircuited

none of the above

⇒ Pole of a network is a frequency at which

network function becomes zero.

network function becomes infinite.

network function becomes unity.

none of these.

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

branch

loop

circuit

junction

⇒ Which of the following is a bilateral element?

Constant current source

Constant voltage source

Capacitance

None of the above

⇒ "In any network containing more than one sources of e.m.f. the current in any branch is the algebraic sum of a number of individual fictitious currents (the number being equal to the number of sources of e.m.f.), each of which is due to separate action of each source of e.m.f., taken in order, when the remaining sources of e.m.f. are replaced by conductors, the resistances of which are equal to the internal resistances of the respective sources".

The above statement is associated with

Thevenin's theorem

Norton's theorem

Superposition theorem

None of the above

⇒ Kirchhoff's s law is applicable to

passive networks only

a.c. circuits only

d.c. circuits only

both ac. as well d.c. circuits

⇒ Which of the following statements is/are correct?

Norton's equivalent resistance is the same as Thevenin's equivalent resistance R

_{TH}.

Norton's equivalent is the current equivalent of the network.

The load is connected in parallel to the Norton's equivalent resistance and Norton' s equivalent current source.

all of the above.

⇒ The graph of an electrical network has N nodes and B branches. The number of links, L, with respect to the choice of a tree, is given by

B - N + l

B + N

N - B + 1

N - 2B - 1

⇒ Kirchhoff's law is not applicable to circuits with

lumped parameters

passive elements

distributed parameters

non-linear resistances

⇒ Kirchhoff's voltage law is related to

junction currents

battery e.m.fs

IR drops

both (b) and (e)

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

sources, nodes and meshes

sources and nodes

sources

nodes

⇒ Which of the following theorems can be applied to any network linear or nonlinear, active or passive, time-variant or time-invariant?

Thevenin theorem

Norton theorem

Tellegen theorem

Superposition theorem

⇒ The superposition theorem is applicable to

linear, non-linear and time variant responses

linear and non-linear resistors only

linear responses only

none of the above

⇒ Kirchhoff's laws are not applicable to circuits with

distributed parameters.

Jumped parameters

passive elements

nonlinear resistances

⇒ 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.

equivalence theorem.

⇒ A network has 4 nodes and 3 independent loops. What is the number of branches in the network?

5

6

7

8

⇒ Nodal analysis is based on

KCL.

KVL.

both.

law of conservation of energy.

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

non-linear circuit

linear circuit

bilateral circuit

none of the above

⇒ The first and the last critical frequencies (singularities) of a driving point impedance function of a passive network having two kinds of elements, are a pole and a zero respectively. The above property will be satisfied by

RL network only.

RC network only

LC network only

RC as well as RL networks

⇒ Superposition theorem is not applicable for

voltage calculations

bilateral elements

power calculations.

passive elements

⇒ "Any number of current sources in parallel may be replaced by a single current source whose current is the algebraic sum of individual source currents and source resistance is the parallel combination of individual source resistances".

The above statement is associated with

Thevenin's theorem

Millman's theorem

Maximum power transfer theorem

None of the above

⇒ There are b branches and n nodes the number of equations will be

n - 1

b

b - n

b - n + 1

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

series with each other

parallel with each other

series with the voltage source

parallel with the voltage source

⇒ The terminals across the source are____ if a current source is to be neglected.

open circuited

short circuited

replaced by a capacitor

replaced by a source resistance

⇒ To determine the polarity ofthe voltage drop across a resistor, it is necessary to know

value of current through the resistor

direction of current through the resistor

value of resistor

e.m.fs. in the circuit

⇒ "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

⇒ If the energy is supplied from a source, whose resistance is i ohm, to a load of loo ohms the source will be

a voltage source

a current source

both of above

none of the above

⇒ The lowest and the highest critical frequencies of an R-L driving point impedance are, respectively

a zero, a pole

a pole, a pole

a zero, a zero

a pole, a pole