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MCQ of Electrical Circuits

and Magnetic Fields

1. A 2 ohms resistor having 1 ampere current will dissipate the power of

a) 2 Watts

b) 2 Joules

c) 1 Watt

d) 1 Joule

Ans: (a)

2. When 2 volts e.m.f. is applied across a 1 farad capacitor, it will store the energy of

a) 2 Joules

b) 2 Watts

c) 4 Joules

d) 1 Watt

Ans: (a)

3. Thevenin’s equivalent circuit can be used to calculate the power loss in the original circuit.

a) True

b) False

Ans: (a)

a) 2 Watts

b) 2 Joules

c) 4 Watts

d) 4 Joules

Ans: (b)

a) 10 loop equations

b) 4 loop equations

c) 3 loop equations

d) 7 loop equations

Ans: (b)

a) 10 node equations

b) 4 node equations

c) 3 node equations

d) 7 node equations

Ans: (d)

7. If two winding having self-inductances L1 and L2, and a mutual inductance m are connected in

series will opposite, then the total inductance of series combination will be

a) L1 + L2 - 2M

b) L1 + L2 + 2M

c) L1 - L2 + 2M

d) L1 + L2 – M

Ans: (a)

a) Current

b) Voltage

c) Power

d) None of the above

Ans: (b)

a) 0.5 lagging

b) 0.5 leading

c) Unity

d) Zero

Ans: (c)

10.An inductive circuit resistance 2 ohms and inductance 0.5 H is connected to a 250 volts, 50

Hz supply. What capacitance will be placed in parallel to produce resonance?

a) 700 micro-farad

b) 750 micro-farad

c) 701 micro-farad

d) 714 micro-farad

e) 711 micro-farad

Ans: (d)

a) Very small

b) Very high

c) Zero

d) Infinity

Ans: (a)

a) A galvanometer with low resistance in series is an ammeter

b) A galvanometer with high resistance in series is an ammeter

c) A galvanometer with high resistance in parallel is a voltmeter

d) A galvanometer with low resistance in parallel is a voltmeter

Ans: (a)

13. The time constant of the capacitance circuit defined as the time during which voltage

b) Rises to 38.6% of its final steady value

c) Falls to 36.8% of its final steady value

d) None of the above

Ans: (a)

b) d2V/dx2 = - p/ε0

c) d2V/dx2 + d2V/dy2 = 0

d) d2V/dx2 + d2V/dy2 = p/ε0

Ans: (b)

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

a) Reversible circuit

b) Irreversible circuit

c) Unilateral

d) Bilateral circuit

Ans: (d)

a) Has no current source

b) Has no e.m.f. source

c) Has neither of the above

d) Has either of the above

Ans: (b)

17.If an electrical network having one or more than one voltage sources is transformed into

equivalent electrical network with a single voltage source (which is open circuit voltage of

previous circuit) with series internal resistance of the network with all voltage sources replaced

by their internal resistances.

a) Reciprocity theorem

b) Thevenin’s theorem

c) Superposition theorem

d) Duality

Ans: (b)

18. In the circuit given below, the ammeter reads 0.1 ampere and voltmeter 10 volts. The internal

resistance of the ammeter is 1 ohm and that of voltmeter is 500 ohms. What is the value of R?

a) 110 ohms

b) 120 ohms

c) 115 ohms

d) 112.5 ohms

e) 125 ohms

Ans: (e)

a) Lagging

b) Leading

c) Zero

d) Unity,

Ans: (b)

20. If a = 4 < 20° and b = 2 < 10° then the value of a/b, will be :

a) 2 < 10°

b) 2 < 30°

c) 2 < -10°

d) 2 < 20°

Ans: (a)

a) – a – jb

b) – a + jb

c) A - jb

d) Ja – b

Ans: (c)

a) Resistance

b) Voltage

c) Inductance

d) Capacitance

Ans: (d)

23.A damped oscillation has the equation I = 50 e-10tsin 628 t. What will be the frequency of a

oscillation?

a) 50 Hz

b) 75 Hz

c) 100 Hz

d) 60 Hz

Ans: (c)

a) Sinusoidal

b) Oscillating

c) None-oscillating

d) Square wave

Ans: (a)

25. A 0.5 meter long conductor carrying a current of 2 amperes is placed in a magnetic field

having the flux density of 0.05 wb/m2. What will be the amount of force experienced by the

conductor?

a) 1 New

b) 2 New

c) 0.05 New

d) 0.5 New

Ans: (c)

26. Two parallel conductors carry the same current in the same direction. What kind of mutual

force they will experience?

a) Repulsion

b) Attraction

c) Zero

d) Either (a) or (b)

Ans: (b)

a) The flow of current in the electric circuit involves discontinuous expenditure of

energy.

b) The flow of current in the electric circuit requires energy for creating the current but

not to maintain it.

c) In the magnetic circuit energy is needed continuously to maintain the flux.

d) In the magnetic circuit energy is needed for creating the flux initially but not to

maintain it.

Ans: (c)

28. If a coil has a resistance of 10 ohms and an inductance of 1 H, what will be the value of

current 0.1 second after switching on a 500 V d.c. supply?

a) 6.32 A

b) 3.16 A

c) 3.7 A

d) 4.0 A

Ans: (b)

29. The r.m.s. value of an alternating current is given by steady (d.c) current which when flowing

through a given circuit for given time produces

a) The same heat as produced by a.c. when flowing through the same circuit

b) The less heat than produced by a.c. when flowing through the same circuit

c) The more heat than produced by a.c. when flowing through the same circuit

d) 14.4 calories

Ans: (a)

30.In case of an unsymmetrical alternating current the average value must always be taken over

b) The whole cycle

c) Unsymmetrical part of the waveform

d) The quarter cycle

Ans: (b)

31. The average value of the alternating current is more than the r.m.s. value

a) True

b) False

Ans: (b)

a) 1.11

b) 1.57

c) 1.414

d) 0.637

e) 0.707

Ans: (c)

33. An electrical circuit is shown below, what will be the power dissipation in the circuit

assuming P as power across R2 ?

a) 3/4 P

b) 2/3 P

c) 4/3 P

d) 3/2 P

Ans: (c)

34. The resistance of a few meters of wire conductor in closed electrical circuit is

a) Very high

b) Practically zero

c) A few thousand ohm

d) Close to 10,000 ohms

Ans: (b)

35. If two resistances connected in parallel and each dissipates 10 watts the total power supplied

by the voltage source equals

a) 5 watts

b) 10 watts

c) 20 watts

d) 100 watts

Ans: (c)

b) Is zero in all branches

c) Is zero in the highest resistive branch

d) Increases in the branch of the lowest resistance

Ans: (b)

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

b) Parallel with the voltage source

c) Series with the voltage source

d) Series with each other

Ans: (d)

38. In a series parallel circuit with 6 resistances if there are three in one parallel bank, these three

resistances must have

b) The same current

c) The same IR drop

d) An IR drop equal to the applied voltage

Ans: (c)

39. In which of the following circuits most current will be produced by the voltage source?

b) 5 volts across two 5 ohm resistance in series

c) 5 volts across two 5 ohm resistance in parallel

d) 500 volts across a 1 M Ω resistance

Ans: (c)

40. There 60 watt bulbs are in parallel across the 60 volt power line. If one bulbs burns open

b) All three bulbs will light

c) The other two bulbs will light

d) There will be heavy current in the main line

Ans: (c)

41. If a wire conductor of 0.1 ohm resistance is doubled in length, its resistance becomes

a) 0.1 ohm

b) 0.02 ohm

c) 0.2 ohm

d) 0.05 ohm

Ans: (c)

42. The hot resistance of the bulbs’s filament is higher than its cold resistance because the

temperature coefficient of the filament is

a) Negative

b) Zero

c) Positive

d) About 5 ohms per degree

Ans: (c)

43. The square waveform of current has following relation between r.m.s. value and average

value

b) R.M.S. value of current is less than the average value

c) R.M.S. value of the current is to average value

d) There is no meaning of r.m.s value and average value for square wave

Ans: (c)

a) True

b) False

Ans: (a)

45. Transient currents are not driven by any part of the applied voltage to circuit.

a) True

b) False

Ans: (a)

b) Changes in the stored energy in the inductors and capacitors

c) Resistance of the circuit

d) Impedance of the circuit

Ans: (b)

47. The double energy transients occur in the

a) R-L circuit

b) R-C circuit

c) Pure inductive circuit

d) R-L-C circuit

Ans: (d)

a) Infinity

b) Zero

c) About 500 ohms

d) About 50 ohms at room temperature

Ans: (b)

49. The ionization current in the liquids and gases results from

a) Protons

b) Electrons

c) Neutrons

d) Positive or negative or negative ions

Ans: (d)

50. Two 500 ohms, 1 watt resistors are connected in parallel. Their combined resistance and

wattage rating will be

b) 250 ohms, 2 watts

c) 1000 ohms, 2 watts

d) 500 ohms, 2 watts

Ans: (b)

51. A resistor is connected across a 45 volt battery to provides 13 mA of current. The required

resistance with suitable wattage rating will be

b) 45 ohms, 10 watts

c) 1000 ohms, 2 watts

d) 45,000 ohms, 1/3 watt

Ans: (d)

a) Is a primary cell

b) Is a secondary cell

c) Has unlimited shelf life

d) Has a maximum current rating of about 150 mA

Ans: (b)

53. The formation of the hydrogen bubbles around the carbon electrode in a dry cell is

b) Polarization caused by electrolysis

c) Depolarization caused by manganese dioxide

d) An advantage because it increases the voltage output

Ans: (b)

b) Connect the positive battery terminal to the negative on the charging current

c) The charging current must flow in same direction as the discharging current

d) Connect negative to negative and positive to positive

Ans: (d)

55. The Edison cell

a) Is a primary cell

b) Uses sulphuric acid electrolyte

c) Has 2.5 volts output

d) Has nickel and iron electrolyte

Ans: (d)

b) Increase the voltage output

c) Decrease the internal resistance

d) Decrease the amount of charging voltage required

Ans: (b)

57. A 45-volt source with an internal resistance of 2 ohms is connected across a wire-wound

resistor. The maximum power will be dissipated in the resistor when its resistance equals

a) Zero

b) Ohms

c) 45 ohms

d) Infinity

Ans: (b)

b) Magnetic induction

c) Declination of magnetic field

d) Molecular magnets in the air around the nail

Ans: (b)

59. A magnetic compass point to the

a) Geographical poles

b) True north pole

c) Magnetic north pole

d) Agonic line of the earth filed

Ans: (c)

60. If the wire which is vertical to this page has electron flow downward the conductor will have

a) No magnetic field

b) A counter-clockwise field in the plane of the power

c) A clockwise field in the plane of the paper

d) A counter-clockwise field in the plane perpendicular to the paper

Ans: (b)

61. Which lines of forces produced by two magnetic fields, the field

b) Is stronger where the lines are in opposite direction

c) Has the same strength as for one magnet

d) Is weakest where the lines are in the same direction

Ans: (a)

b) Acts as bar magnet only when the current flows in the coil

c) Is similar to ring magnet because there is no air gap

d) Acts as bar magnet only when it has iron core

Ans: (b)

a) Energy

b) Power

c) Voltage

d) Torque

Ans: (d)

b) Move the conductor from weaker field toward stronger field

c) Move the conductor from stronger field toward a weaker field

d) Produce the motion of the conductor but not rotation

Ans: (c)

65. The r.m.s. value of an a.c. signal is 10 volts. The peak to peak value will be

a) 6.37 volts

b) 10 volts

c) 14 volts

d) 28 volts

Ans: (c)

b) Each has its minimum value at the same time

c) One has its peak value when the other has zero value

d) One has its positive peak when the other has its negative peak

Ans: (c)

a) 1-amp. D.c. current

b) 50-amp. D.c. current

c) 1-amp. 60 cycles a.c. current

d) 1-amp. 490 cycles a.c. current

Ans: (d)

68. When the alternating voltage reverses in polarity, the current its produces

b) Has the same direction

c) Has phase angle of 180 degree

d) Alternates at 1.4 time the frequency of the applied voltage

Ans: (a)

b) Varying magnetic field

c) Stronger field than direct current

d) Constant magnetic field

Ans: (b)

70. If the length, number of turns, and area of a coil are doubled, the inductance of the coil is

a) The same

b) Double

c) Quadrupled

d) One-quarter

Ans: (c)

71. The d.c. resistance of a coil made with 100ft of gauge No. 30 copper wire is approximately

a) Less than one ohm

b) 10.5 ohms

c) 104 ohms

d) More than 1 M Ω

Ans: (b)

b) Infinite resistance and zero inductance

c) Infinity resistance and normal inductance

d) Zero resistance and inductance

Ans: (b)

b) Increases the amplitude of alternating current

c) Increases the amplitude of direct current

d) Has a back e.m.f. opposing the voltage output of a battery

Ans: (a)

b) Increases with lower inductance

c) Depends on the factor 2π

d) Decreases with the higher frequencies

Ans: (c)

75. In a sine wave a.c. circuit with 90 ohms R in series with 90 ohms XL, phase angle θ equals

a) 0°

b) 60°

c) 45°

d) 90°

Ans: (c)

76. An arc across the switch opening an R-L circuit is a result is a result of the

b) Large self-induced voltage across the inductance

c) Source of the voltage caused by IR drop across the resistance

d) Low resistance of the open switch

Ans: (b)

77. In a sine wave a.c. circuit with a resistive branch and inductive branch in parallel, the

a) Voltage across the inductor leads the voltage across the reactance by 90°

b) Resistance branch current is 90° out of phase with the inductive branch current

c) Resistive and inductive branch current are 180° out of phase

d) Inductive and resistive branch currents are in phase

Ans: (b)

78. A.d.c. voltage of 12 volts applied across an inductance in series with a switch

a) Can produce the induced voltage as the current decreases when the switch is opened

b) Cannot produce the induced voltage as the voltage applied has the one polarity

c) Produces more induced voltage when the switch is closed than the switch is opened

d) None of the above

Ans: (a)

79. Alternating current in the inductance will produce maximum induced voltage when the

current has its

a) Maximum value

b) Maximum change in magnetic field

c) Minimum change in magnetic field

d) 0.707 × Peak

Ans: (b)

80. Two 300-mh chokes connected in series will have the total inductance of

a) 60 mh

b) 300 mh

c) 150 mh

d) 600 mh

Ans: (d)

b) Laminated iron core has minimum eddy-current losses

c) Power-iron core has the maximum eddy-current losses

d) Air core has the minimum eddy-current

Ans: (d)

82. Two waves have the frequency of 500 Hz and one is set at its maximum value whereas the

other at zero, the phase angle between them will be

a) 0°

b) 180°

c) 360°

d) 90°

Ans: (d)

a) Ceramic capacitors must be connected in the correct polarity

b) Electrolytic capacitor must be connected in the correct polarity

c) Mica capacitors are available in capacitance value of 1 to 10 micro-farad

d) Air capacitors have a blackband to indicate the outside foil

Ans: (b)

84. Voltage applied across a ceramic dielectric produces an electrolytic field 100 times greater

than air. What will be the value of dielectric constant?

a) 33.333

b) 50

c) 1000

d) 100

Ans: (d)

85. If an a.c. voltage is applied to capacitive circuit, the alternating current can flow in the circuit

because

b) Charging current can flow

c) Discharge current can flow

d) Varying voltage produces the charging and discharging currents

Ans: (d)

a) Decreases

b) Increases

c) Remains same for frequencies

d) Decreases as the voltage increases

Ans: (a)

87. A steady d.c. voltage is applied to capacitor, after changes to battery voltage, the current in

the circuit

b) Is greater for larger values of capacitances

c) Is smaller for larger values of capacitances

d) Is zero for any value of capacitance

Ans: (d)

b) Voltages across R and Xc are 180° out of phase

c) Voltages across R leads the voltages across Xc by 90°

d) Voltage across R lags the voltage across Xc by 90°

Ans: (c)

89. A capacitor can store the change because it has dielectric between two conductors.

a) True

b) False

Ans: (a)

90. The thinner the dielectric the more the capacitance and lower is the voltage breakdown rating

for a capacitor

a) True

b) False

Ans: (a)

a) A line current is maximum

b) The total impedance is maximum

c) The total impedance is maximum

d) The inductive branch current is maximum

Ans: (c)

92. The series and parallel resonance in L-C circuit differs in that

b) Series resonance needs a low-resistance source for sharp rise in current

c) Parallel resonance needs a low-resistance source for a sharp increase in impedance

d) Parallel resonance needs a low-resistance source for a sharp rise in line current

Ans: (b)

a) Current is minimum

b) Voltage across C is minimum

c) Impedance is maximum

d) Current is maximum

Ans: (d)

94. A ferrite core has less eddy-current loss than an iron core because ferrites have

a) Low resistance

b) High resistance

c) Low permeability

d) High hysteresis

Ans: (b)

a) High resonant frequency

b) Low resonant frequency

c) High Q

d) Low a.c. resistance

Ans: ()

a) 0.002

b) 20

c) 200

d) 500

Ans: ()

a) Static change

b) Steady magnetic field

c) Varying magnetic field

d) Stray capacitance

Ans: ()

98. With stray capacitance of 10μF, the capacitive reactance at 160 MHz equals

a) 10 ohms

b) 160 ohms

c) 100 ohms

d) 1000 ohms

Ans: (c)

a) 500 ohms

b) 750 ohms

c) 637 ohms

d) 377 ohms

Ans: (d)

a) 0.02

b) 0.002

c) 0.2

d) 0.0002

Ans: (d)

101. The dissipation factor of a good dielectric is practically same as power factor of the

dielectric.

a) True

b) False

Ans: (a)

a) √LC

b) √(L/C)

c) √(1/LC)

d) 1/√LC

Ans: (d)

103. The total electric flux through any closed surface surrounding charges is equal to the

amount of charge enclosed. The above illustration is known as

a) Maxwell’s First Law

b) Maxwell’s Second Law

c) Gauss’s Law

d) Coulomb’s Square Law

Ans: (c)

a) Electromotive force V

b) Displacement current D

c) Electric intensity

d) Electric displacement

Ans: (c)

a) ∂p/∂t = div i

b) curl H = 𝒊

c) div D = P

d) div i = 0

Ans: (a)

a) Unity

b) Slightly more than unity

c) Zero

d) Less than unity

Ans: (b)

107. The relative permeability of ferromagnetic material may have a value of several hundred or

even several thousand

a) True

b) False

Ans: (a)

a) Div curl A = A

b) Div curl A = curl A

c) Div curl A = 0

d) Div curl A = curl div A

Ans: (c)

a) The magnetomotive force around a closed path is equal to the conduction current

plus electric displacement through any surface bounded by the path

b) The electromotive force around a closed path is equal to the time derivative of the

electric displacement through any surface bounded by the path

c) The total electric displacement through the surface enclosing a volume is not equal to

total charge within the volume

d) The net magnetic flux emerging through any closed surface is zero

Ans: (d)

b) Much less than applied voltage

c) Function of value of inductance

d) Function of L/C ratio

e) Equal to applied voltage

Ans: (e)

111. A horseshoe magnet is head vertical with its ends resting on a horizontal board. The plane

passing through its poles (assumed to lie at its ends) is in magnetic meridian. If N-pole of the

magnet is towards magnetic south of the earth, the neutral point will lie

b) At points along the axial line of the magnet

c) At point along the equatorial line of the magnet

d) At points not lying exactly on the horizontal board

Ans: (c)

112. A horseshoe magnet is far removed from magnetic substance. The magnetic potential will

be zero at a point

b) Lying on the centre of the line joining the two poles

c) Lying anywhere on its equatorial line

d) On the centre of the magnet

Ans: (c)

113. Three capacitors each of the capacity C are given. The resultant capacity 2C/3 can be

obtained by using them

a) All in parallel

b) All in series

c) Two in series and third in parallel across this combination

d) Two in parallel and third in series with this combination

Ans: (d)

114. Two spheres of radii 10 and 20 cm have charges 100 and 200 e.s.u respectively. These are

joined by a fine wire. The loss of energy will be

b) 1/2 × (10+20)/(10×20) (200 – 100 ) ergs

c) 1/2 × (200 - 100)2 ergs

d) Zero

Ans: (d)

a) 10 KHz

b) 5 KHz

c) 100 KHz

d) 150 KHz

Ans: (c)

116.If the pulse repetition of a square wave is 60 microseconds, the pulse repetition rate will be

a) 5 KHz

b) 16 KHz

c) 10 KHz

d) 15 MHz

e) 15 Hz

Ans: (b)

117. Using the following figure, find the capacitor discharge voltage when the switch is first

placed in position A for 4.7 × 10-3 seconds, and then when the switch is placed in position B for

4.7 × 10-3 seconds. Assume that the initial charge on the capacitor is zero.

a) 9.45 volts

b) 15 volts

c) 3.5 volts

d) 6 volts

Ans: (c)

a) V is proportional to I

b) I is proportional to V

c) V is proportional to IR

d) V is proportional to R

Ans: (a)

119. The electromagnetic radiation can only be emitted or absorbed by a matter in small discrete

unity is called

a) Proton

b) Electron

c) Photon

d) Neutron

Ans: (c)

120. If the peak voltage of a wave is 15 V and pulse repetition time is 60 microseconds, with will

be the average value of voltage?

a) 10 volts

b) 5 volts approximately

c) 15 volts

d) 7 volts

Ans: (b)

121. A 100 watt, 250 V bulb will have more resistance than 60 watt, 250 V bulb.

a) True

b) False

Ans: (b)

b) Distributed parameters circuit

c) Nonlinear circuits

d) Linear circuit

e) Bilateral circuit

Ans: (b)

123. When a circuit of 0.1 A is passed through a coil of 2000 turns, the MMF produced by the

coil will be

a) 100 AT

b) 200 AT

c) 300 AT

d) 10 AT

Ans: (b)

a) The magnetic flux inside and exciting coil is greater than its outside surface.

b) The magnetic flux inside and exciting coil is same as on its outside surface.

c) The magnetic flux inside an exciting coil is lower than its outside surface.

d) The magnetic flux inside an exciting coil is zero

Ans: (b)

125. All the lines of magnetic flux on a coil produced by a uniform magnetic field are parallel

and equidistance.

a) True

b) False

Ans: (a)

b) The sum of all the current embraced by one line of magnetic field

c) The passage of magnetic field through an exciting coil

d) The voltage across the two ends of exciting coil

Ans: (b)

a) The product of the number of the turns and current of the coil

b) The number of the turns of a coil through which current is flowing

c) The currents of all turns of the coil

d) The turns of transformer winding

Ans: (a)

b) The field of set of parallel conductors

c) Field in which all line of magnetic flux are parallel and equidistant

d) None of the above

Ans: (c)

129. The reluctance of magnetic circuit depends on the length of magnetic flux path, cross-

sectional area presented to the magnetic field and magnetic properties of material in which the

magnetic field is generated

a) True

b) False

Ans: (a)

130. The change of cross-sectional area of conductor in magnetic field will affect

a) Resistance of conductor

b) Reluctance of conductor

c) (a) and (b) both in the same way

d) None of the above

Ans: (c)

a) Equal to one

b) Less than one

c) Far greater than one

d) Zero

Ans: (c)

a) True

b) False

Ans: (a)

133. What will be the current passing through the ring shaped air cored coil when number of

turns is 900 and ampere-turns are 2700?

a) 3

b) 1.5

c) 6

d) 9

Ans: (a)

134. What will be the magnetic potential difference across the air gap of 4 cm length in the

magnetic field of 400 AT/ m?

a) 4 AT

b) 8 AT

c) 16 AT

d) 20 AT

Ans: (c)

135. A certain amount of current flows through a ring-shaped coil with fixed number of turns.

How does the magnetic induction B varies inside the coil if an iron core is threaded into coil

without dimensional change of coil?

a) Increases

b) Decreases

c) Remains same

d) First increases and then decreases depending on the depth of iron core insertion

Ans: (a)

b) The permeability almost in non-magnetised state

c) The lowest permeability of iron rod

d) The highest permeability of iron rod

Ans: (b)

b) Decreases with increasing cross-sectional area of material

c) Does not vary with increasing cross-sectional area of material

d) Does vary from small increase in cross-sectional area of the material

Ans: (b)

138. The magnetic field strength H and magnetic induction B are independent of each other.

a) True

b) False

Ans: (b)

a) Core

b) Air gap

c) Coil

d) Inductance

Ans: (b)

b) Deflection of a magnetic compass needle

c) Heating the surrounding air

d) Touching the magnetically affected area

Ans: (b)

141. How does the magnetic compass needle behave in a magnetic field?

a) It starts rotating

b) It assures a position right angle to magnetic field

c) It assures a position which follows a line of magnetic flux

d) None of the above

Ans: (c)

142. The magnetic reactance has the same unit as electric reactance.

a) True

b) False

Ans: (b)

143. MMF is analogous to

b) Electromotive force

c) Current density in conductor

d) Voltage

Ans: (b)

a) The strength of magnetic flux in a simple magnetic field continuously increases from

initial value of final value.

b) The strength of magnetic flux in a simple magnetic field continuously decreases from

initial value to final value.

c) The strength of magnetic flux in simple magnetic field is constant and has same value

in every part of the magnetic field.

d) None of the above statements is correct.

Ans: (c)

145. There is no existence of such material which is completely impermeable to magnetic flux.

a) True

b) False

Ans: (a)

b) A line of magnetic flux which does not follow the designed path

c) The mean length of a right shaped coil

d) A line vertical to the flux lines

Ans: (b)

147. In the given circuit, the voltage V is reduced to half. The current I will change to

a) 2I

b) I/2

c) I/[ √R2 + (XL- XC )]

d) I/[√(XL- XC )2 )]

Ans: (b)

a) + ve to – ve plate

b) – ve to + ve plate

c) Between plates

d) Between terminals

Ans: (b)

a) 3/7I

b) 3/4I

c) I

d) 7/3I

e) 1/4I

Ans: (a)

150. The four bulbs of 40 watts each are connected in series with a battery across them, which of

the following statements is true?

b) The power dissipation in each bulb is not same

c) The current through each bulb is same

d) None of the above

Ans: (c)

151. In the given circuit, the Kirchhoff’s current law at the point A is applied. Which of

the following relation is correct

a) I1 = I2- I3

b) I1 - I3+ I3=0

c) I1- (I2+ I3 )=0

d) I1= -(I2+ I3 )

Ans: (c)

152. The voltage source of 220 V shown in the figure will deliver the total current to the circuit

of

a) 4 A

b) 2 A

c) 50 A

d) 100 A

Ans: (c)

153. An inductance coil of 10 H develops the counter voltage of 50 volts. What should be the

rate change of current in the coil ?

a) 5 A/sec

b) 10 A/sec

c) 1 A/sec

d) 100 A/sec

Ans: (a)

154. An peak value of the sinusoidal voltage is 10 volts. What will be the effective of voltage ?

a) 14.14 volts

b) 1.414 volts

c) 0.707 volts

d) 7.07 volts

Ans: (d)

155. If the effective voltage of the sinusoidal voltage is 11 volts. What will be the average value

of sinusoidal voltage ?

a) 5 volts

b) 10 volts

c) 1.1 volts

d) 11 volts

e) 121 volts

Ans: (b)

156. If a conductor is put in a magnetic field, at what angle the conductor should cut the

magnetic field to induce maximum current in it ?

a) 10°

b) 20°

c) 90°

d) 120°

e) 180°

f) -90°

Ans: (c)

157. For which of the following parameter variation, the capacitance of the capacitor remains

unaffected ?

a) Nature of dielectric

b) Thickness of the plates

c) Distance between the plates

d) Area of the plates

Ans: (b)

158. If two capacitors with 20 μF capacitance each are connected in series. What will be the net

capacitance of the circuit ?

a) 10 μF

b) 20 μF

c) 40 μF

d) 80 μF

Ans: (a)

159.In the above question, if the capacitors are connected in parallel, what will be the net

capacitance ?

a) 40 μF

b) 20 μF

c) 10 μF

d) 30 μF

Ans: (a)

160. The three vector diagrams are shown below. While of the diagram is for pure resistance

circuit.

b) Pure resistive circuit

c) Pure resistive circuit

d) None of the above

Ans: (b)

162. In the vector diagrams shown in Q. 160 the diagram (b) corresponds to

b) Pure resistive circuit

c) Pure capacitive circuit

Ans: (a)

163. Which of the following expression is true for apparent power in an AC circuit ?

a) Vr.m.s.×Ir.m.s.

b) Vmean×Imean

c) Vpeak×Ipeak

d) V I cosϕ

Ans: (a)

164. The sum of the rms potentials in the RC circuit does not follow the Kirchhoff’s law.

a) True

b) False

Ans: (a)

a) Zero

b) Small

c) Higher than dissipation in resistance

d) Equal to dissipation in resistance

Ans: (a)

166. Which of the following expression is correct for series reactance Xcs if three

capacitors C1, C2 and C3 are connected in series?

b) Xcs = Xc1 + Xc2 + Xc3

c) Xcs = 1/Xc1 + 1/Xc2 + 1/Xc3

d) Xcs = 1/Xc1 + Xc2+ Xc3

Ans: (b)

167. An RC network is shown blow, can be used as high pass and low pass filter as well. For

which of the condition lower cut-off frequency occurs as high pass filter ?

a) ES = ER

b) ES+ EC

c) ER=0.707 EC

d) ER= 0.707 ES

Ans: (d)

168. Which of the following relationship shown by curves is true for inductive circuit ?

a) 1/s

b) 1/s2

c) S

d) 1

Ans: (a)

a) 1/a2+ s2

b) 1/a+s

c) 1/a+s

d) s2/a2+ s2

Ans: (b)

a) β/s2+β2

b) s/s2+β2

c) 1/2+β2

d) β/s+β

Ans: (b)

a) β/s+β2

b) β/s2+β2

c) s/s2+β2

d) β2/s+β

Ans: (a)

a) 1/s

b) 1/s2

c) 1/s3

d) S

Ans: (a)

a) ƒ(t) = tn

b) ƒ(t) = ntn

c) ƒ(t) = t/n

d) ƒ(t) = tn

Ans: (a)

175. Which of the following conditions are necessary for validity of “Initial Value Theorem”

s →∞ t → 0

a) ƒ(t) and its derivative ƒ(t) must have Laplace transformer

b) if the Laplace transform of ƒ(t) is F(s), the lim sF(s) must exist

c) only ƒ(t) must have Laplace transformer

d) (a) and (b) both

Ans: (d)

a) S

b) 1/s

c) Unity

d) 1/s2

Ans: (c)

177.If the Laplace transform of unit step is 1/s. How many poles will be located at the origin of

the s-plane?

a) One

b) Two

c) Three

d) None

Ans: (a)

178. If the Laplace transform of the function ƒ(t) = e-at is 1/(s+α) then Which of the following

statement will be true?

b) One pole will be located on the imaginary axis of s-plane at ± ϳω

c) One complex pole will be located at the origin of s-plane

d) One complex pole will be located in s-plane at – α ± јω

Ans: (a)

179. For which of the following function the Laplace will be 2/s2

a) ƒ(t) = t

b) ƒ(t) = 1

c) ƒ(t) = δt

d) ƒ(t) = 2t

e) ƒ(t) = t2

Ans: (e)

180. Which of the following operations is to be carried on to get ramp function from unit impulse

at t = 0 ?

b) integrate unit impulse function twice

c) integrate unit impulse function thrice

d) differentiate unit impulse function twice

e) differentiate unit impulse once as a function of time

Ans: (c)

a) ƒ(t) = t

b) ƒ(t) = t2

c) ƒ(t) = e-at

d) ƒ(t) = Ut

Ans: (b)

a) unity

b) zero

c) infinity

d) 0.5

Ans: (a)

183. The quality factor of RCL circuit will increase if the

a) R decreases

b) R increases

c) Voltage increases

d) Impedance increases

Ans: (a)

184.If the diameter of a current carrying conductor is doubled, the resistance will

a) Be reduced to half

b) To reduced to one-fourth

c) Remain same

d) Be doubled

Ans: (b)

185. The inductance across the points AB in the circuit shown is given by

a) 1

b) 2

c) 3

d) 5

e) 4

Ans: (d)

186. A pure inductance is connected with DC source as shown. The inductance will behave as

a) Open circuit

b) Closed circuit

c) Short circuit

d) None of the above

Ans: (c)

187. A voltage divider and its Thevenin’s equivalent circuit is shown below. What will be the

value of voltage source V and resistance R.

a) 10 V, 80 Ω

b) 10 V, 120 Ω

c) 4 V, 48 Ω

d) 5 V, 50 Ω

Ans: (c)

a) 0

b) V

c) V/2

d) 0.37 V

e) 0.63 V

Ans: (b)

a) 0

b) V

c) 0.37 V

d) 0.63 V

c) V/√3

Ans: (a)

a) 0

b) V

c) 0.37 V

d) 0.63 V

Ans: (a)

a) V

b) 0

c) V/√3

d) 0.63 V

Ans: (a)

192. A pulse of width T seconds is applied to an RC circuit. The response of the circuit is shown

below. Which kind of filter circuit will produce this response?

b) High pass filter

c) Medium pass filter

d) None of the above

Ans: (a)

193. If the output signal of a circuit appropriate the time integral of the input signal, such circuit

is called

a) Differentiator

b) Integrator

c) Multiplier

d) Divider

Ans: (b)

What kind of filter will generate such response?

b) High pass filter

c) Medium pass filter

d) None of the above

Ans: (b)

195. A pulse of T seconds width is applied to an RC circuit. What kind of circuit will be required

to produce a ramp response ?

b) Low pass filter with high time constant

c) An integrator

d) A differentiator

e) (b) or (c)

Ans: (e)

196. Two resistances R1 and R2 are connected in series across the voltage source where

R1 > R2. The largest voltage drop will be across

a) R1

b) R2

c) either R1 orR2

d) none of them

Ans: (a)

b) A Thevenin equivalent is a parallel circuit

c) Resistive circuit is a dual pair

d) R-L circuit is a dual pair

e) L-C circuit is a dual pair

Ans: (c)

198. The time constant of a series RC circuit is given by

a) RC

b) R/C

c) R2C

d) RC2

Ans: (a)

199.If resistance is 10Ω and inductance is 1 H in an RL series circuit. What will be the time

constant of this series RL circuit?

a) 10 second

b) 0.1 second

c) 100 second

d) 0.001 second

Ans: (b)

a) 5 Ω

b) 15 Ω

c) 25 Ω

d) 625 Ω

Ans: (c)

201. If an inductive coil has 50 Ω resistance and 500 Ω inductive reactance. What will be the

quality of factor Q?

a) 5

b) 50

c) 100

d) 10

Ans: (d)

202. The impedance Z1 = 4 + 3j and Z2 = 4 – 3j are added. What will be resultant impedance

Z1 + Z2 ?

a) 5 <15°

b) 8 <0°

c) 8 <180°

d) None of the above

Ans: (b)

203. The phasors for which of the following pair are 180° out of phase for VL, VC and VR ?

a) VL and VR

b) VC and VR

c) VC and VL

d) none of the above

Ans: (c)

a) 100 <15°

b) 10 <5°

c) 100 <50°

d) 20 <15°

Ans: (a)

a) 1 <5°

b) 10 <2°

c) 1 <20°

d) 100 <2°

Ans: (a)

206. The Fourier series expansion of an odd periodic function contains

a) Cosine terms

b) Constant terms only

c) Sine terms

d) Cosec terms only

Ans: (c)

a) Sine terms

b) Constant terms

c) Cosine terms

d) Harmonics

Ans: (c)

b) ƒ(t) = - ƒ(t)

c) ƒ(t) = ƒ(-t)

d) ƒ(t) = ƒ(t)

Ans: (c)

209. What will be the equivalent conductance G of the circuit shown below. G1, G2 and G3 are

the conductance of individual circuit branch

a) G = G1 + G2 + G3

b) 1/G = G1 + G2 + G3

c) 1/G = 1/G1 + 1/G2 + 1/G3

d) G = 1/G1+G2+G3

Ans: (a)

210. If the electrical current is compared to the flow of water through a pipe, which part of the

pipe system is analogous to conductance ?

b) Length of the pipe

c) Pipe gradient

d) Pipe material

Ans: (a)

211. The electrical circuit A and B are shown below. Which of the battery of the flowing

circuit will be loaded more and by what amount of current provided resistance of bulbs

are same?

a) A, IA = 4IB

b) B, IA = IB

c) A, IB = 4IA

d) B, IA = 2IB

Ans: (a)

212.If one cycle of a.c. waveform occurs every second, what will be the frequency of this

waveform?

a) 0.2 Hz

b) 0.5 Hz

c) 1 Hz

d) 2 Hz

Ans: (c)

213. A circuit is shown below. What will be the steady state value of the current?

a) 1 amp

b) 2 amps

c) 4 amps

d) 5 amps

Ans: (c)

214. There are two circuits shown below. Which of the following statement is true?

b) The lamp will be brightest when the contact K moves to B in circuit (a)

c) The lamp will be brightest when contact K is moved to A the circuit (b)

d) Circuit (a) is a potential divider

Ans: (b)

b) Potential divider

c) Light limiting source

d) None of the above

Ans: (a)

b) Potential divider

c) Light limiting source

d) None of the above

Ans: (b)

a) Current

b) Voltage

c) Resistance

d) Power

Ans: (c)

218. What will be the energy used by the battery if the battery has to drive 625 × 1016 electrons

with potential difference of 10 V across the terminals?

a) 5 joules

b) 10 joules

c) 6.25 joules

d) 1.6 joules

Ans: (b)

219. If a night bulb is used at less brightness than rated one, which of the following method one

will choose to achieve required brightness?

a) Current-limiting resistor

b) Potential divider

c) Source Voltage Reduction

d) Either (a) or (b)

Ans: (d)

220. A sine wave of 220 V, 50 Hz AC will achieve its negative maximum value in

a) 10 m sec

b) 15 m sec

c) 20 m sec

d) 50 m sec

Ans: (b)

221. If a neon bulb of 60 watts is connected 220 V, Ac source and draws 272 mA current, what

be the resistance of the bulb filament?

a) 1000 Ω

b) 808 Ω

c) 800 Ω

d) 60 Ω

e) 272 Ω

Ans: (c)

222.An inductive circuit is shown below, which of the equation represents the circuit correctly?

a) V = Ldi/dt

b) V = IR + Ldi/dt

c) V = IR

d) V = IR + 1/L di/dt

Ans: (d)

223. Which of the following condition is true for maximum transfer of power if the internal

impedance of voltage source is Zs = R + jx

a) ZL = Zs

b) ZL = R – jx

c) ZL = R + jx

d) ZL = Zs/2

Ans: (b)

a) V2/R

b) V2/2R

c) V2/R2

d) V2/4R

Ans: (b)

225. An RC circuit is shown below, the current will reach its maximum value

a) After 1000 μ sec of turning on the switch

b) After 500 μ sec of turning on the switch

c) After 50 μ sec of turning on the switch

d) Immediately after turning on the switch

Ans: (d)

a) 1 A

b) 100 A

c) 2 A

d) 5 A

Ans: (a)

227.If D is the electric displacement density and E is the electric field strength, then D and E can

be related by

a) D = E2/ε

b) D = E/ε

c) D = εE2

d) D = εE

e) None of the above

Ans: (d)

permeability of the free space, then the expression for μr is given by

a) μr = μ0/μ

b) μr = μ/μ0

c) μr = μ0/μ2

d) μr = μ0/μ

e) None of the above

Ans: (d)

b) The current in a discharging capacitor decays exponentially

c) The current in the discharging capacitor grows linearly

d) The current in the discharging capacitor decreases constantly

Ans: (a)

a) Ampere-meter

b) Coulomb-meter

c) Coulomb/m2

d) Volt m2

Ans: (c)

231.If RC is the time constant of the R-C circuit, now much time the capacitor will take to get

fully charged?

a) RC seconds

b) 4 RC seconds

c) 3 RC seconds

d) 5 RC seconds

Ans: (c)

232. Find the change in potential energy of a system where change Q0 is carried to the charge

Q1 at a distance of 10 meters with a 10 N force?

a) 10 N/meter

b) 100 N-meter

c) 10 joules

d) 50 N/meter

Ans: (b)

233. Which of the following phenomenon takes place when an electromagnetic wave propagates

through free space?

a) Reflection

b) Phase shift

c) Attenuation

d) Distortion

Ans: (c)

234. Which of the following value is the intrinsic impedance of free space?

a) 100 Ω

b) 50 Ω

c) 317 Ω

d) 377 Ω

e) 370 Ω

f) 277 Ω

Ans: (d)

235. The resultant magnetic flux generated in the closed surface will be

a) Zero

b) Continuous

c) Constant

d) Unity

Ans: (a)

236.If the current in induction coil varies from 10 A to 20 A in one second and induces the

voltage of 100 V, what will be the inductance of coil?

a) 10 H

b) 10 μH

c) 5 H

d) 1 H

e) 10 mH

f) 100 H

Ans: (a)

b) The wave will be partially reflected and partly transmitted

c) The wave will be completely refracted

d) The wave will be partially absorbed

Ans: (b)

a) Maxwell equation

b) Pointing vector

c) Poisson vector

d) Newton’s laws

Ans: (b)

b) The diameter of wire decreased

c) The length of the wire is decreased

Ans: ()

240. Which of the following is normally designed for high value of quality factor?

a) Resistance

b) Inductance

c) Capacitance

d) None of the above

Ans: (b)

a) Div curl B = ∞

b) Div curl A = 0

c) Div curl B = 1

d) Div curl B = B

Ans: (b)

b) Magnetic field strength

c) Electric displacement density

d) Permeability

Ans: (c)

243. Which of the following expression is correct for electric field strength?

a) E = D

b) E = πD

c) E = D/ε

d) E = r/ε

Ans: (c)

244. Which of the following distance in terms of wavelength is correct if the distance is

measured between maxima and minima of standing wave?

a) λ/2

b) λ/8

c) 4λ

d) λ/4

Ans: (d)

b) reflection of waves

c) longitudinal nature of waves

d) transverse nature of waves

e) electric field of waves

Ans: (d)

a) y = sinx/3

b) x = 2 sin3x/2

c) y = 2sin3x

d) y = 2 sin2x

e) y = 2 sinx

Ans: (c)

247. If 0 < θ1 < θ2 < π/2, which of the following statement is true ?

b) cosθ1 < cosθ2

c) tanθ1 < tanθ2

d) (a)and (c) only

e) (b) and (c) only

f) (a) and (b) only

Ans: (d)

b) The magnetic field inside the semiconductor is zero

c) The magnetic field inside superconductor is zero

d) The magnetic field inside the superconductor is zero

Ans: (c)

a) Resistance determination

b) Frequency measurements

c) Power factor measurements

d) Harmonic distortion analysis

e) Both (b) and (d)

Ans: (e)

b) Moving iron instruments

c) Potentiometric instruments

d) Permanent magnet moving coil instruments

e) Induction instruments

Ans: (d)

251. When any material has negative magnetism, the material is called as

a) Paramagnetic

b) Diamagnetic

c) Ferromagnetic

d) Antiferromagnetic

Ans: (b)

b) Monopole movement

c) (a) and (c) both

d) None of the above

Ans: (a)

a) True

b) False

Ans: (b)

a) Copper

b) Silver

c) Copper and silver

d) Iron

Ans: (c)

255. When of the following material fall in the category of paramagnetic materials?

a) Copper

b) Iron

c) Copper and iron

d) Nickel

e) None of the above

Ans: (d)

256. Which of the following type materials are not very important for engineering

applications?

a) Paramagnetic

b) Ferromagnetic

c) Diamagnetic

d) None of the above

Ans: (c)

257. The solids which have small but positive magnetic susceptibility are called

a) Ferromagnetic

b) Paramagnetic

c) Diamagnetic

d) Anti-ferromagnetic

Ans: (b)

b) 10-3 and 10-5

c) 10-4 and 10-8

d) 10-2 and 10-5

Ans: (b)

259. For which of the following materials the saturation value is the highest?

a) Ferrites

b) Ferromagnetic materials

c) Paramagnetic materials

d) Diamagnetic materials

Ans: (a)

260. For which of the following materials the relative permeability is less than one?

a) Ferromagnetic materials

b) Diamagnetic materials

c) Paramagnetic materials

d) Ferrites

Ans: (b)

called

a) Peak temperature

b) Critical temperature

c) Neel temperature

d) Weiss temperature

Ans: (c)

a) L1+L2+M

b) L1+L2+2M

c) L1+L2-2M

d) L1+L2-M

Ans: (b)

a) L1+L2-M

b) L1+L2+2M

c) L1+L2+M2-L1 L2

d) (L1 L2-M2)/(L1+L2+2M)

Ans: (b)

b) Capacitive circuits

c) RL circuits

d) RLC circuits

e) (b) or (c) or (d)

Ans: (e)

265. Which of the following coil will have large resonant frequency?

b) A coil with low distributed capacitance

c) A coil with large resistance

d) A coil with low resistance

Ans: (a)

266. The transfer matrix |1&0 Y&1| belongs to which of the following circuits?

267. What will be the magnetic field in the toroid having N number of turns, diameter d and

current I

a) 1/2π NI/d

b) 1/π NI/d

c) μo/π NI/d

d) (μo IN)/(πd2 )

Ans: (c)

268. A variable AC source is connected across the resistor. Which of the following curve

represents correct relationship between W and voltage V, if voltage is increased gradually.

269. Atypical radar antenna will have the bandwidth of

a) 4°

b) 6°

c) 1°

d) 2°

Ans: (d)

a) Broadside array

b) Marconi

c) Discone

d) Rhombic

Ans: (d)

a) Conductors

b) Semiconductors

c) Dielectric

d) Insulators

Ans: (b)

272. Which of the material one will choose for transformer core if the transformer has to work at

microwave frequency?

a) Supermalloy

b) Silicon

c) Ferrites

d) Iron

Ans: (c)

273. The magnetic materials exhibit the property of magnetization because of

c) Spin of nucleus

d) Either of these

e) All of the above

Ans: (c)

274. A coil of 0.04 mH is carrying current of 1 A. If this current is reversed in 0.02 seconds, the

induced emf in the coil will be

a) 0.16 V

b) 0.008 V

c) 0.004 V

d) 0.04 V

Ans: (c)

275. A coil wound on the iron core which carries current I. The self induced voltage in the coil is

not affected by

b) The resistance of magnetic path

c) Variation in voltage to the coil

d) Variation in coil current

Ans: (c)

276. How much energy will be stored in the magnetic field of coil which has self inductance of

10 mH and current of 20 A?

a) 1 joule

b) 10 joule

c) 2 joule

d) 20 joule

Ans: (c)

a) Inductance of the coil carrying a constant DC current will increase the current

b) The inductance of the coil carrying a constant DC current will not affect the current

c) The inductance of the coil carrying a constant DC current will decrease the current

d) The inductance of the coil carrying a constant Dc current will change the current into

pulses

Ans: (b)

278. If the frequency of power supply is 60 Hz, what will be the period of one cycle?

a) 0.02 sec

b) 0.015 sec

c) 0.017 sec

d) 0.03 sec

Ans: (c)

279. If a sinusoidal wave has frequency of 50 Hz with 15 A rms current which of the following

equation represents this wave

a) 15 sin50 t

b) 30 sin25 t

c) 42.42 sin25 t

d) 21.21 sin314 t

Ans: (d)

280. What will happen if the frequency of power supply in a pure capacitive circuit is doubled?

b) The current will also be doubled

c) The current will remain same

d) The current will increase by fourfold

Ans: (b)

281. The safest value of current the human body can carry more than 3 seconds is

a) 5 mA

b) 15 mA

c) 25 mA

d) 35 mA

e) 9 mA

Ans: (e)

282. Which of the following precaution will be taken first if a man suffers from electric shock?

b) Call the doctor

c) Make him lie on ground

d) Provide him glucose

e) Lie done on the ground and provide him artificial respiration

Ans: (e)

283. A transformer is designed to achieve 240 V AC 50 Hz supply with input of 3.3 kV, 50 Hz

and output of 415 V 50 Hz. The secondary of the transformer will have

b) Three phase 2 wire system

c) Thhee phase 6 wire system

d) Three phase 4 wire system

Ans: (d)

a) Volume of material

b) Magnetic field

c) Frequency

d) Either of them

e) None of these

Ans: (e)

285. For which of the following materials the net magnetic moment should be zero.

a) Ferromagnetic materials

b) Diamagnetic materials

c) Anti-ferrimagnetic materials

d) Anti-ferromagnetic materials

Ans: (d)

286. What will happen if strong magnetic field is applied to ferromagnetic field?

b) The domain wall motion becomes constant

c) The domain wall motion becomes reversible

d) The domain wall motion becomes irreversible

Ans: (d)

b) Increase if the flux density increases

c) Increase if the core area increases

d) Increase if the core length increases

Ans: (b)

a) The conductivity of ferromagnetic material is better than ferrites

b) The conductivity of ferrites is better than ferromagnetic materials

c) The conductivity of ferrites is same as that of ferromagnetic materials

d) The conductivity of ferrites is very high

Ans: (b)

289. The magnetization and applied field in ferromagnetic materials are related

a) Linearly

b) Non-linearly

c) Parabolically

d) Sinusoidally

Ans: (b)

b) Positive

c) Half of the energy stored

d) Zero

Ans: (d)

291. A pure inductance connected across 230 V 50 Hz supply consumes 50 W. this consumption

can be attributed to

b) The current flowing in the inductor

c) The big size of the inductor

d) The false statement made in this question

Ans: (d)

a) Reactive power

b) True power

c) Apparent power

d) Reactive and power

Ans: (b)

293. In which of the materials the spin moments associated with two sets atoms are aligned

antiparallel to each other.

a) Ferromagnetic materials

b) Anti-ferromagnetic materials

c) Ferrites

d) Ferromagnetic materials

Ans: (b)

a) Polarizer converts the produced hydrogen in the water in the carbon zinc battery

b) Depolarizer converts the produced hydrogen in the water in the carbon zinc battery

c) Carbon power converts the produced hydrogen in the water in the carbon zinc

battery

d) Zinc chloride converts the produced hydrogen in the water in the carbon zinc battery

Ans: (b)

b) Carbon zinc cell

c) Dry cell

d) Zinc electrolyte cell

Ans: (c)

a) Carbon power

b) Zinc chloride

c) Iron ore and carbon powder

d) Ammonia chloride

Ans: (c)

297. If the current is passed through a conductor which of the following phenomenon will be

observed?

b) The magnetic field and heat is developed in the conductor

c) The only heat is developed in the conductor

d) The molecules of the conductor attract each other

Ans: (b)

b) 20 ohms transmission line feeding to a load of 100 ohms

c) 100 ohms transmission line feeding to a load of 300 ohms

d) 50 ohms transmission line feeding to a load of 500 ohms

Ans: (a)

299. A network which does not have either voltage source or current source is called

a) Active network

b) Passive network

c) Resistive network

d) Resistive and inductive network

Ans: (b)

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