RLC Circuits and Resonance MCQ Test

  1. In a parallel RLC circuit, which value may always be used as a vector reference?
  2. current in a series rlc circuit may always be used as
  3. Series RLC voltage or impedance totals must be calculated by:
  4. If the bandwidth of a filter increases:
  5. Current in a series RLC circuit may always be used as a ................
  6. Which of the following statement best describes reactance in a series RLC circuit?
  7. Can a parallel tuned circuit be used to couple energy from one circuit to another?
  8. If the resistance in parallel with a parallel resonant circuit is reduced, the bandwidth
  9. The current is minimum at resonance in a series RLC circuit?
  10. If the value of C in a series RLC circuit is decreased, the resonant frequency
  11. A series resonant circuit is commonly called a tank circuit.
  12. What do you mean by RLC circuit?
  13. Electrical resonance occurs in an electric circuit at a particular resonant frequency when the impedances or admittances of circuit elements cancel each other.
  14. If the value of C in a series RLC circuit is decreased, the resonant frequency ___.
RLC Circuits and Resonance MCQ

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  • An angle
  • A reference
  • A leading vector
  • A lagging vector
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  • Adding vectors
  • Graphing the angles
  • Subtracting the values
  • Multiplying the values
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  • Q decreases
  • the roll-off rate increases
  • the center frequency decreases
  • the half-power frequency decreases
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  • Angle
  • Reference
  • Leading vector
  • Lagging vector
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  • Resistance is always dominant.
  • Inductive reactance is always dominant.
  • Capacitive reactance is always dominant
  • The larger of the two reactances is dominant.
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  • Increases
  • Is not affected
  • Decreases
  • Is reduced to zero
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  • an electrical circuit consisting of a resistor (R), an inductor (L), and a capacitor (C), connected in series or in parallel
  • Volatage
  • Both A and B
  • None of the above
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  • purely capacitive
  • purely inductiv
  • purely resistive
  • capacitive and inductive
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