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2/5/2018 60 TOP NETWORK THEOREMS Multiple choice Questions and Answers 1/22 Home » Electrical Engineering Multiple Choice Questions » 60 TOP MOST NETWORK THEOREMS – Electrical Engineering Multiple choice Questions and Answers 60 TOP MOST NETWORK THEOREMS – Electrical Engineering Multiple choice Questions and Answers Posted on July 17, 2017 by engineer 42 Comments NETWORK THEOREMS Multiple choice Questions with Answers :- 1. Kirchhoff s current law states that (a) net current flow at the junction is positive (b) Hebraic sum of the currents meeting at the junction is zero (c) no current can leave the junction without some current entering it. Engineering interview questions,Mcqs,Objective Questions,Class Notes,Seminor topics,Lab Viva Pdf free download. CIVIL | Mechanical | CSE | EEE | ECE | IT | Chemical Online Quiz Tests for Freshers. HOME Interview Questions MCQs *LAB VIVA CLASS NOTES SEMINAR TOPICS ONLINE TEST SSC CGL GATE CAT

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2/5/2018 60 TOP NETWORK THEOREMS Multiple choice Questions and Answers 2/22 (d) total sum of currents meeting at the junction is zero Ans: b 2. According to Kirchhoffs voltage law, the algebraic sum of all IR drops and e.m.fs. in any closed loop of a network is always (a) negative (b) positive (c) determined by battery e.m.fs. (d) zero Ans: d 3. Kirchhoffs current law is applicable to only (a) junction in a network (b) closed loops in a network (c) electric circuits (d) electronic circuits Ans: a 4. Kirchhoffs voltage law is related to (a) junction currents (b) battery e.m.fs. (c) IR drops (d) both (b) and (c) (e) none of the above Ans: d 5. Superposition theorem can be applied only to circuits having (a) resistive elements (b) passive elements (c) non-linear elements (d) linear bilateral elements Ans: d 6. The concept on which Superposition theorem is based is (a) reciprocity (b) duality Custom Engineering Questions Facebook Find us on Google Plus Engineering in 690 followers Follow Recent Comments
2/5/2018 60 TOP NETWORK THEOREMS Multiple choice Questions and Answers 3/22 (c) non-linearity (d) linearity Ans: d 7. Thevenin resistance Rth is found (a) by removing voltage sources along with their internal resistances (6) by short-circuiting the given two terminals (c) between any two ‘open’ terminals (d) between same open terminals as for Etk Ans: d 8. An ideal voltage source should have (a) large value of e.m.f. (b) small value of e.m.f. (c) zero source resistance (d) infinite source resistance Ans: c 9. For a voltage source (a) terminal voltage is always lower than source e.m.f. (b) terminal voltage cannot be higher than source e.m.f.

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