Sunday, 22 March 2020

PHY301-Circuit Theory Quiz MCQs Lecture 1-22 Midterm Objective Questions | SUPERSTARWEBTECH


PHY301-Circuit Theory Quiz  MCQS #Objective #Questions #Midterm

1. Three resistances of values 7 ohms, 5 ohms, and 2 ohms are connected in series of a voltage source. Through which resistance least current will flow.
  • 7 ohms
  • 5 ohms
  • 2 ohms
  • same through all resistances
2. What is the electron valence of an element of atomic number 5?
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
3. The closed path for flow of current in which no node is encountered more than once is called
  • node
  • loop
  • branch
  • super node
4. Current through open circuit is:
  • high
  • minimum
  • zero
  • infinite
5. When one resistance in a series string is open
  • The current is maximum in the normal resistances
  • The current is zero in all resistances
  • The voltage is zero across the open resistance
  • The current increases in voltage source
6. A voltage divider is also called as
  • Current divider
  • Potential divider
  • Voltage regulator
  • Current regulator
7. When placed together, a positively charged material and a negatively charged material will
  • repel
  • become neutral
  • attract
  • exchange charges
8. Which one of the following components in the circuit is used to produce heat or limiting amount of current?
  • capacitor
  • resistor
  • inductor
  •  loop
9. Junction of two or more than two elements in a circuit is called
  •  loop
  • ground
  • node
  • joint
10. Usually, KVL OR KCL equation is not written for
  • Ordinary node
  • reference node
  • super node
  • second node
11. The internal resistance of an ideal voltage source is
  • Maximum
  • one half of external resistance
  • Zero
  • infinity
12. Distance or link between two nodes is called
  • branch
  • loop
  • node
  • super node
13. Unit of inductance is
  • mho
  • ohm
  • Henry
  • Farad
14. When two resistances are connected in series
  • both must have the same resistance value
  • both must have a different resistance value
  • the voltage across each must be the same
  • there is only one path for current for both resistances
15. Electron orbits are called
  • shells
  • nuclei
  • waves
  • valences