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# 1. _________ states that for a given conductor. The ratio of voltage to current is a constant.

A. Ohms law
B. Kirchhoff’s law
C. Norton’s theorem
D. Thevenin’s theorem
2. The current that flows in each branch of a complex circuit can be found by applying
A. Ohms law
B. Kirchhoff’s law
C. Norton’s theorem
D. Thevenin’s theorem
3. ________ applies to all junctions of three or more wires.
A. Ohms law
B. Kirchhoff’s law
C. Norton’s theorem
D. Thevenin’s theorem
4. The second rule in Kirchhoff’s law applies to _______ which are closed conducting path in the
circuits.
A. Junctions
B. Ground
C. Cell
D. Loop
5. In Kirchhoff’s rule the sum of the _______ that flow into a junction is equal to the sum of the
________that flow out of the junction.
A. Voltage
B. Power
C. Current
D. Cell
6. Kirchhoff’s rule states that the sum of the emfs around a loop is equal to the sum of the _______
around the loop.
A. Potential difference
B. Potential drop
C. Potential energy
D. Voltage load
7. __________ simplifies the analyses of complicated circuits a number of such theorems are
considered.
A. Voltage divider theorem
B. Current Divider theorem
C. Network theorems
D. Thevenin’s theorem
8. The __________ applies to a network with more than one emf source.
A. Superposition
B. Voltage divider
C. Norton’s theorem
D. Ohms law
9. The theorem in #8 states that the network must contain only_______ and bilateral components
A. Non-linear
B. Constant
C. Zero
D. Linear
10. The theorem in #8 states that the current in linear component is __________to applied voltages
A. Opposite
B. Reversed
C. Proportional
D. Infinite
11. The theorem #8 states that the current in the bilateral component has the same __________
regardless of the polarity of the voltage across it .
A. Area
B. Distance
C. Magnitude
D. Volume
12. _________ provides a way to change a complex circuit into a simple equivalent circuit.
A. Ohms law
B. Kirchhoff’s law
C. Norton’s theorem
D. Thevenin’s theorem
13. The theorem in #12 states that any linear network of emf source and resistance with two
terminals can be replaced by a __________ in series with a single ___________
A. Constant emf source, resistance
B. Constant current source, resistance
C. Constant power source, voltage
D. Constant current source, power
14. __________ simplifies a network in terms of currents rather than voltages.
A. Ohms law
B. Kirchhoff’s law
C. Norton’s theorem
D. Thevenin’s theorem
15. The theorem in #14 states that any linear network of emf sources and resistance with two
terminals can be replace by a constant_________ in parallel with a single resistance in
_________with it
A. Constant voltage source, series
B. Constant current source, series
C. Constant voltage source, parallel
D. Constant voltage source, parallel
16. The __________ is the current that flow between the two terminals if there were short circuited
A. Ohms current
B. Thevenin current
C. Initial current
D. Norton current
17. The _________ is the open circuit resistance across two terminals when all the emf sources in
the network are replaced by their internal resistance.
A. Ohms resistance
B. Thevenin resistance
C. Initial resistance
D. Norton resistance
18. The definition of Norton resistance is exactly the same as ___________.
A. Ohms resistance
B. Thevenin resistance
C. Initial resistance
D. Norton resistance
19. It is often to find the thevenin equivalent of a network, the norton equivalent may be more
convenient to use in a particular case. Therefore it’s a good way to use _________
A. Superposition
B. Thevenin- Norton conversion
C. Ohms law
D. Voltage divider theorem
20. In thevenin, if we connect a load resistance across the circuit findings. the current in the in the
load is ____________.
A. Straight forward
B. Reversed
C. Inclined
D. Pulsating