2013-14 Sem 2_Mid-term - ENGG1203 Introduction to...

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SOLUTION ENGG1203: Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Engineering Second Semester, 2013–14 March 21, 2014 Midterm Name: University Number: This midterm consists of 3 questions , altogether for 60 marks . Check that you have all 9 pages. You have 1 hour to finish the midterm. Good luck! Question 1 Short Questions [40 pts] For the following multiple choice questions, you will earn 4 points for each correct answer, and lose 1 point for each answer that is wrong. You will not be deducted any mark if you leave an answer blank. 1. In the circuit below, all the resistors have resistance R . Find the equivalent resistance between A and B . A B A. - R B. R C. 0 D. 2 R E. 4 R B
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SOLUTION ENGG1203– Midterm University Number: 2. Find the current i in the following circuit. 10Ω i + - 5V 10Ω 1 . 5A A. - 2A B. - 1A C. - 0 . 5A D. 1A E. This circuit is unstable and we cannot determine i . C 3. What is the gain of the following circuit relating V out to V in ? - + 2 R 2 R V out R 2 R 2 R V in A. V out = - 1 4 V in B. V out = - 1 3 V in C. V out = 4 V in D. V out = 3 V in E. V out = V in D 4. Which of the following is equivalent to ( a b ) c ? E Page 2 of 9
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SOLUTION ENGG1203– Midterm University Number: 5. For the circuit below, A has resistance 5Ω, B has resistance 10Ω, and C has resistance 15Ω. Assume the current going through a resistor with resistance R is i , then power dissipated in the resistor is P = i 2 R . Arrange the power dissipated in these three resistors in descending order. 0 . 5A A B C A. A > B > C B. B > A > C C. A > C > B D. C > B > A E. C > A > B A
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