# Advanced Problems on Reciprocity Theorem MCQ’s

This set of Network Theory Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Advanced Problems on Reciprocity Theorem”.

1. The Reciprocity Theorem is valid for ___________
a) Non-Linear Time Invariant circuits
b) Linear Time Invariant circuits
c) Non-Linear Time Variant circuits
d) Linear Time Variant circuits

2. In the circuit given below, the current in the 4-ohm resistor is __________

a) 3.5 A
b) 2.5 A
c) 1.5 A
d) 0.5 A

3. In Reciprocity Theorem, which of the following ratios is considered?
a) Voltage to current
b) Current to current
c) Voltage to voltage
d) No ratio is considered

4. The Reciprocity Theorem is applicable for __________
a) Single-source networks
b) Multi-source networks
c) Both Single and Multi-source networks
d) Neither Single nor Multi-source networks

5. A circuit is given in the figure below. We can infer that ________

a) The circuit follows Reciprocity Theorem
b) The circuit follows Millman’s Theorem
c) The circuit follows Superposition Theorem
d) The circuit follows Tellegen Theorem

6. In the circuit given below, the value of I is __________

a) 2.47 A
b) 5.67 A
c) 8.43 A
d) 1.43 A

7. In the circuit given below, the current through the 12 Ω resistance is _________

a) 1.5 A
b) 2.5 A
c) 3.5 A
d) 4.5 A

8. In the circuit given below, the current in the resistance 20 Ω(far end) is _________

a) 8.43 A
b) 5.67 A
c) 1.43 A
d) 2.47 A

9. A circuit is given in the figure below. We can infer that ________

a) The circuit follows Reciprocity Theorem
b) The circuit follows Millman’s Theorem
c) The circuit follows Superposition Theorem
d) The circuit follows Tellegen Theorem

10. In the circuit given below, the current in the 20 Ω resistor is _________

a) 5 A
b) 1 A
c) 1.5 A
d) 2 A

11. In the circuit given below, the value of load RL, for which maximum power is transferred through it is ___________

a) 2 Ω
b) 3 Ω
c) 1 Ω
d) 6 Ω

12. In the circuit given below, the current in the 30 Ω resistor is _________

a) 1 A
b) 2 A
c) 3 A
d) 4 A

13. A circuit is given in the figure below. We can infer that ________

a) The circuit follows Reciprocity Theorem
b) The circuit follows Millman’s Theorem
c) The circuit follows Superposition Theorem
d) The circuit follows Tellegen Theorem

14. In the circuit given below, the maximum power absorbed by the load resistance RL is ___________

a) 2200 W
b) 1250 W
c) 1000 W
d) 621 W

15. In the circuit given below, the maximum power delivered to the load is ___________

a) 3 W
b) 5.2 W
c) 3.2 W
d) 4.2 W

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