Circuit Theorems and Conversions MCQ Test

  1. What is the values for an equivalent current source. When A certain voltage source has the values VS = 30 V and RS = 6 ?
  2. Conversions between delta-type and wye-type circuit arrangements are useful in certain specialized applications.
  3. An ideal current source has zero internal resistance.
  4. A certain current source has the values IS = 4 µA and RS = 1.2 M. The values for an equivalent voltage source are ____.
  5. A transistor is basically ____.
  6. A 120 V voltage source has a source resistance RS, of 60 Ω . The equivalent current source is ___.
  7. A 120 Ω load is connected across an ideal voltage source with VS = 12 V. The voltage across the load is ____.
  8. You cannot convert a voltage source to an equivalent current source, or vice versa.
  9. Some circuits require more than one voltage or current source.
  10. An ideal current source has ___ in parallel with the source.
  11. What is Norton's equivalent current?
  12. A practical current source has a finite internal resistance.
  13. A practical voltage source has a nonzero internal resistance.
  14. The Thevenin-equivalent voltage is the voltage at the output terminals of the original circuit.
Circuit Theorems and Conversions MCQ

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  • True
  • False
  • a current amplifier
  • a voltage source
  • power
  • None of the above
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  • an infinite output impedance
  • zero internal resistance
  • zero internal impedance
  • None of the above
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  • The current source present in the Norton's equivalent circuit is called as Norton's equivalent current.
  • The current source present in the circuit is called as Norton's equivalent current.
  • The voltage source present in the Norton's equivalent circuit is called as Norton's equivalent current.
  • All of the above
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  • linear, non-linear and time variant responses
  • linear and non-linear resistors only
  • linear responses only
  • none of the above
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  • 2 A in parallel with 50 ω
  • 2 A with 50 ω in series
  • 0.5 A in parallel with 50 ω
  • A in parallel with 100 ω
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