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Name: _________________________________ Class: __MT-256___ Date: ___________________

Test#2 Assignment
True/False
Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true orfalse.
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1. Magnetic lines of force flow from one pole ofa magnet to the other pole.

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter ofthe choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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2. A(n) _____ magnet is a magnet that retains its magnetism without any applied power.
a. electro
b. permanent
c. temporary
d. domain

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3. Permanent magnets retain their magnetism


a. only ifexternal power is applied
b. without any external power

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4. The three substances that form natural magnets are


a. iron, boron, and cobalt
b. copper, iron, and cobalt
c. copper, nickel, and boron
d. iron, nickel, and cobalt

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5. The regions formed in the molecular structure ofmagnetic metals by unpaired electrons is
sometimes called
magnetic
a. areas
b. spins
c. domains
d. atoms

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6. Magnetic lines offorce are called


a. flux
b. spin
c. reluctance
d. bands

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____ 7. A basic law ofmagnetism states that like poles _____ and opposite poles _____.
a. attract,repel
b. repel,attract

____ 8. A magnet that produces a magnetic field as the result of current flow in a conductor is called
a(n) _____
magnet.
a. electro
b. permanent
c. temporary
d. domain

____ 9. The strength ofan electromagnet is primarily proportional to its


a. length
b. ampere-turns
c. diameter
d. coreresistance

____ 10. The measure ofa materials willingness to be magnetized is called


a. permeability
b. reluctance
c. saturation
d. residualmagnetism

____ 1 1 . The measure ofa materials resistance to being magnetized is called


a. permeability
b. reluctance
c. saturation
d. residualmagnetism

____ 12. The amount ofmagnetism left in a material after the magnetizing current has been removed is
a. permeability
b. reluctance
c. saturation
d. residualmagnetism

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____ 13. The strength ofa magnetic field is an indication ofhow many flux lines per square inch there
are. This is
called
a. residualmagnetism
b. reluctance
c. permeability
d. fluxdensity

____ 14. A series circuit is a circuit that has only one path for _____ flow.
a. voltage
b. current
c. power
d. resistance

____ 15. The amount of_____ across a resistor is proportional to its resistance.
a. voltagedrop
b. voltagerise
c. currentdrop
d. currentrise

____ 16. In a series circuit with two resistors, the total resistance is equal to the _____ ofthe two
resistors.
a. difference
b. product over the sum
c. sum
d. quotient

____ 17. The current flow, resistor voltages, and / or resistances in a series circuit can be found by
using _____ law.
a. Amperes
b. Coulombs
c. Ohms
d. Volts

____ 18. A series circuit has a total resistance of 180 and an applied voltage of 120 V. What is the
current flow?
a. 300A

b. 1.5A
c. 60A
d. 0.667A

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____ 19. A series circuit has a total resistance of240 and a current flow of4 A. What is the applied
voltage?
a. 244V
b. 60V
c. 0.0167V
d. 960V

____ 20. The two resistors in a series circuit have voltages of25 V and 60 V. The applied voltage is
a. 35V
b. 85V
c. 25V
d. 60V

____ 21. A two-resistor series circuit has an applied voltage of 100 V. The voltage across one ofthe
resistors is 40 V.
The voltage across the other resistor is
a. 0.4V
b. 2.5V
c. 60V
d. 140V

____ 22. A three-resistor circuit has a total power of25 W. Two ofthe resistors dissipate 10 W and 5
W respectively.
How much power does the third resistor dissipate?
a. 25W
b. 10W
c. 2W
d. 15W

____ 23. Circuits that have more than one path for current flow are _____ circuits.
a. parallel
b. series
c. combination

____ 24. In a parallel circuit, the total current is equal to the _____ ofthe individual branch circuits.
a. difference
b. average

c. sum
d. quotient

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____ 25. In a parallel circuit, the total resistance is _____ value resistance.
a. larger than the smallest
b. smaller than the smallest
c. equal to the largest
d. equal to the smallest

____ 26. A two-branch parallel circuit has 2 A of current in one branch and 3 A in the other branch.
The branch
considered the larger load is the branch with _____ A.
a. 2
b. 3

____ 27. A two-branch parallel circuit has a 30 and a 15 resistor. What is the total resistance?
a. 2
b. 10
c. 45
d. 15

____ 28. A parallel circuit is composed oftwo 60 resistors. What is the total resistance?
a. 1
b. 3600
c. 120
d. 30

____ 29. Ofthe formulas for finding the total resistance ofparallel resistors, only one formula will
work for any number
ofresistors regardless oftheir value. The formula is the
a. product over sum
b. resistors ofequal value
c. reciprocal
d. none ofthe above

____ 30. A three branchparallel circuit has resistors of27 , 56 , and 15 . What is thetotal
resistance?
a. 9.64
b. 98

c. 18.22
d. 8.23

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____ 31. A three-branch parallel circuit has a total resistance of 385.83 . Two ofthe resistors are 680
and 1500 .
What is the value ofthe third resistor?
a. 2180
b. 2200
c. 467.89
d. 246.16

____ 32. A parallel circuit composed ofa 150 and a 270 resistor has a supply voltage of 120 V.
What is the
current in the 150 resistor?
a. 0.29A
b. 0.8A
c. 1A
d. 0.44A

____ 33. A parallel circuit composed ofa 10 and a 22 resistor. It has a supply voltage of60 V.
What is the
current in the 10 resistor?
a. 6A
b. 5A

____ 34. A 62-k and an 82-k resistor are connected in parallel. They have a supply voltage of480
V. What is the
power ofthe 82-k resistor?
a. 3.72W
b. 0.0059W
c. 2.81W
d. 0.0077W

____ 35. A 270 , a 150 , and a 220 resistor are connected in parallel. The appliedvoltage is
480 V. What is the
current total ofthe 270 and the 150 resistors?
a. 1.78A
b. 3.2A
c. 2.18A

d. 4.98A

Name: ________________________

____ 36. A combination circuit is a circuit that contains


a. only series components
b. only parallel components
c. both series and parallel components
d. both voltage and current sources

____ 37. Solving combination circuits includes a step in whichyou _____ the circuit to a simpler
circuit.
a. enlarge
b. complicate
c. expand
d. reduce

____ 38. The algebraic sum ofthe currents entering and leaving a point must equal zero is which
law?
a. Kirchhoffs voltage law
b. Nortons current law
c. Thevenins voltage law
d. Kirchhoffs current law

____ 39. The algebraic sum ofthe voltage sources and voltage drops in a closed circuit must equal
zero is which law?
a. Kirchhoffs voltage law
b. Kirchhoffs current law
c. Thevenins voltage law
d. Nortons current law

____ 40. Current that flows in only one direction is called unidirectional. It is also referred to as
_____ current.
a. direct
b. alternating

____ 41. Current that flows in both directions is called bidirectional. It is also referred to as _____
current.
a. direct
b. alternating

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Problem

42. R1 = 240 , R2 = 300 , and R3 = 1200 .What is the resistance betweenA and B?

43. R1 = 80 , R2 = 100 , and R3 = 400 and480 V is appliedbetweenA andB. What is


the total current
flow?

44. R1 = 15 , R2 = 300 , and R3 = 900 and240 V is appliedbetweenA andB. What is


the current flow
through R1 ?

45. R1 = 30 , R2 = 600 , and R3 = 1800 and240 V is appliedbetweenA and B. What


is the voltage across
R2?