Network Theorem MCQ JOB ADMISSION TEST QUESTIONS ANSWERS Part1

Monday, 6 January 2014

Network Theorem MCQ JOB University ADMISSION TEST QUESTIONS ANSWERS Part1




  • An active element in a circuit is one which supplies energy.
  • A passive element in a circuit is one which receives energy.
  • A linear circuit is one whose parameters (Example: resistances ) do not change with voltage and current.
  • An electric circuit contains both active and passive elements.
  • The superposition theorem is used when the circuit contains a number of voltage sources.
  • Thevenin’s theorem is voltage form of an equivalent circuit.
  • Norton’s theorem is Converse of Thevenin’s Theorem.
  • In the analysis of a vacuum tube circuit we use generally Thevenin’s Theorem.
  • Norton’s theorem is current form of an equivalent circuit.
  • In the analysis of a transistor circuit we usually use Norton’s Theorem.
 


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