Problems Involving Dot Conventions MCQ’s

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This set of Network Theory Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Problems Involving Dot Conventions”.

1. In the circuit given below, the equivalent capacitance is ____________

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a) 1.625 F
b) 1.583 F
c) 0.583 F
d) 0.615 F

2. In the circuit given below, the equivalent capacitance is ______________

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a) 3.5 μF
b) 1.2 μF
c) 2.4 μF
d) 4.05 μF

3. The current through an electrical conductor is 1A when the temperature of the conductor 0°C and 0.7 A when the temperature is 100°C. The current when the temperature of the conductor is 1200°C is ___________
a) 0.08 A
b) 0.16 A
c) 0.32 A
d) 0.64 A

4. In the circuit given below, the voltage across A and B is?

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a) 13.04 V
b) 17.84 V
c) 12 V
d) 10.96V

5. When a DC voltage is applied to an inductor, the current through it is found to build up in accordance with I = 20(1-e-50t). After the lapse of 0.02 s, the voltage is equal to 2 V. What is the value of inductance?
a) 2 mH
b) 5.43 mH
c) 1.54 mH
d) 0.74 mH

6. The resistance of copper motor winding at t=20°C is 3.42 Ω. After extended operation at full load, the motor windings measures 4.22 Ω. If the temperature coefficient is 0.0426, what is the rise in temperature?
a) 60°C
b) 45.2°C
c) 72.9°C
d) 10.16°C

7. In the figure given below, the voltage source provides the circuit with a voltage V. The number of non-planar graph of independent loop equations is ______________

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a) 8
b) 12
c) 7
d) 5

8. An air capacitor of capacitance 0.005 μF is connected to a direct voltage of 500 V. It is disconnected and then immersed in oil with a relative permittivity of 2.5. The energy after immersion is?
a) 275 μJ
b) 250 μJ
c) 225 μJ
d) 625 μJ

9. A capacitor of capacitance 50 μF is connected in parallel to another capacitor of capacitance 100 μF. They are connected across a time-varying voltage source. At a particular time, the current supplied by the source is 5 A. The magnitude of instantaneous current through the capacitor of capacitance 50 μF is?
a) 1.57 A
b) 1.87 A
c) 1.67 A
d) 2.83 A

10. In the circuit given below, the resonant frequency is _______________

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a) 122√π Hz
b) 12π Hz
c) 14π Hz
d) 12√2π Hz

11. For the circuit given below, what is the value of the Q factor for the inductor?

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a) 4.74
b) 4.472
c) 4.358
d) 4.853

12. A capacitor of capacitance 50 μF is connected in parallel to another capacitor of capacitance 100 μF. They are connected across a time-varying voltage source. At a particular time, the current supplied by the source is 5 A. The magnitude of instantaneous current through the capacitor of capacitance 100 μF is?
a) 2.33 A
b) 3.33 A
c) 1.33 A
d) 4.33 A

13. In a series resonant circuit, VC = 300 V, VL = 300 V and VR = 100 V. What is the value of the source voltage?
a) Zero
b) 100 V
c) 350 V
d) 200 V

14. In the circuit given below, the value of the voltage source E is _______________

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a) -65 V
b) 40 V
c) -60 V
d) 65 V

15. In the circuit given below, bulb X uses 48 W when lit, bulb Y uses 22 W when lit and bulb Z uses 14.4 W when lit. The number of additional bulbs in parallel to this circuit, that would be required to below the fuse is _______________

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a) 4
b) 5
c) 6
d) 7

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