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Module 1 Assignment

Module 1 Assignment

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1.1.Matter can be found in which of thefollowing forms?1. Solid2. Liquid3. Gaseous4. Each of the above1-2. A substance that CANNOT be reduced to asimpler substance by chemical means iscalled a/an1. element2. mixture3. compound4. solution1-3. A molecule is the smallest possible particlethat retains the characteristic of which of the following substances?1. An element2. A mixture3. A compound4. A solution1-4. An atom is the smallest possible particlethat retains the characteristic of which of the following substances?1. An element2. A mixture3. A compound4. A solution1-5. What subatomic particle has a negativecharge and a small mass?1. Proton2. Electron3. Positron4. Neutron1-6. What subatomic particle has a positivecharge and a large mass?1. Proton2. Electron3. Positron4. Neutron1-7. What subatomic particle has no charge?1. Proton2. Electron3. Positron4. Neutron1-8. When light is represented as a tiny packetof energy, what are these packets of energycalled?1. Angstroms2. Photons3. Wavelengths4. Frequencies1-9. If light energy collides with an orbitingelectron, what happens to the electron?1. The electron will move around thesame orbit faster2. The electron will jump to an orbitfurther from the nucleus3. The electron will jump to an orbitcloser to the nucleus4. The electron will merge with thenucleus1-10. After the action described in question 1-9occurs, the electron will return to thecondition it had before being acted upon bythe light. When the electron returns to thiscondition, which of the following actionsoccurs?1. The nucleus becomes lighter2. The atom becomes an ion3. Light energy is emitted4. The valence of the atom changes1-11. The number of electrons in the outermostshell of an atom determines which of thefollowing characteristics of the atom?1. Valence2. Atomic weight3. Atomic number4. Number of shells1-12. When an atom gains or loses an electron,which of the following terms applies?1. Unbalanced2. Lightened3. Neutral4. Ionized1-13. What is the main difference betweenconductors, semiconductors, andinsulators?1. The temperature differences2. The physical state of their mass3. The number of free electrons4. The designations of the outer shells1-14. A substance with an excess of electrons isconsidered to be in what electrical state?1. Neutral2. Positive3. Negative4. Discharged1-15. Which of following actions describes theeasiest way to accumulate a static electriccharge?1. Friction between two conductors2. Friction between two insulators3. Pressure between two conductors4. Pressure between two insulators1-16. An atom that contains 6 protons and 5electrons has what electrical charge?1. Positive2. Negative3. Neutral4. Intermediate1-17. How do "like" and "unlike" charges react toone another?1. Unlike charges repel each other, likecharges repel each other2. Unlike charges attract each other, likecharges attract each other3. Unlike charges repel each other, likecharges attract each other4. Unlike charges attract each other, likecharges repel each other1-18. What is/are the term(s) applied to thespace
between and around charged bodies inwhich their influence is felt?1. Electric field of force2. Electrostatic field3. Dielectric field4. Each of the above1-19. Electrostatic lines of force are drawn inwhich of the following manners?1. Entering negative charge, enteringpositive charge2. Entering negative charge, leavingpositive charge3. Leaving negative charge, leavingpositive charge4. Leaving negative charge, enteringpositive charge1-20. Which of the following devices usemagnetism?1. Batteries2. Light bulbs3. High-fidelity speakers4. Each of the above1-21. Magnetic materials have which of thefollowing qualities?1. They are attracted by magnets2. They can be magnetized3. Both 1 and 2 above4. They are electrical insulators1-22. Ferromagnetic materials have which of thefollowing qualities?1. They are all alloys2. They all contain nickel3. They make very weak magnets4. They are relatively easy to magnetize1-23. A material with low reluctance and highpermeability such as iron or soft steel isused to make what type of magnet?1. Temporary2. Permanent3. Residual4. Natural1-24. The ability of a material to retainmagnetism is called1. permeability2. retentivity3. reluctance4. ionization1-25. The law of magnetic poles states which of the following relationships?1. Like poles attract, unlike poles attract2. Like poles attract, unlike poles repel3. Like poles repel, unlike poles repel4. Like poles repel, unlike poles attract1-26. The north indicating pole of a compassneedle is attracted to which of thefollowing poles of the earth?1. The geographic north pole2. The magnetic north pole3. The geographic south pole4. The magnetic south pole1-27. Weber’s theory of magnetism assumes thatmagnetic material is composed of 1. tiny molecular magnets2. domains of magnetic influence3. large blocks of material acting asmagnets4. atoms with electrons spinning differentdirections1-28. According to the domain theory, if an atomwith 26 electrons has 20 electrons spinningcounterclock-wise, the atom is consideredto be1. charged2. insulated3. neutralized4. magnetized1-29. If a glass plate is placed over a magnet andiron filings are sprinkled over the glass, apattern will be visible. What does thispattern indicate?1. The magnetic field2. The electrostatic field3. The piezoelectric effect4. The chemical reaction of the magnetand the filings1-30. An imaginary line used to illustrate amagnetic effect is known as a/an1. magnetic pole2. force field pole3. magnetic line of force4. electrostatic line of force1-31. Which of the following is NOT a propertyof magnetic lines of force?1. They form closed loops around themagnet2. They leave the magnetic material atright angles to the surface3. They cross each other at right angles4. They leave the north pole and enter thesouth pole of the magnet1-32. A magnetic shield or screen used to protecta delicate instrument should be made of which of the following materials?1. Plastic2. Copper3. Soft iron4. Aluminum1-33. Bar magnets should be stored in which of the following manners?1. Separately2. In pairs at 90 degree angles3. In pairs with north poles together4. In pairs with a north pole and a southpole together1-34. What is the term applied to the ability to dowork?1. Power2. Energy3. Voltage4. Current1-35. An object that is in motion has what type of energy?
1. Kinetic2. Magnetic3. Newtonian4. Potential1-36. A book sitting on a shelf has what kind of energy?1. Kinetic2. Potential3. Newtonian4. Magnetic1-37. Which of the following term(s) apply(ies)to the difference of potential between twobodies?1. Voltage2. Electromotive force3. Both 1 and 2 above4. Current1-38. Which of the following terms is equal to"2.1 kV?"1. 210 V2. 2100 V3. 21,000 V4. 2.1 x 10
V1-39. 250V is equal to which of the following
terms?1. .25 mV2. .00025 V3. 250 x 10
V4. All of the above1-40. What is the general term that describes adevice which supplies a voltage?1. A voltage source2. A voltage supply3. A voltage generator4. A voltage producer1-41. In addition to friction, magnetism, andchemical action, which of the followingmethods can be used to produce a voltage?1. Pressure2. Heat3. Light4. Each of the above1-47. Current in an electric circuit is caused bywhich of the following actions?1. Electrons moving from negative topositive2. Electrons moving from positive tonegative3. Protons moving from negative topositive4. Protons moving from positive tonegative1-48. When directed drift takes place, at whatspeed does the effect take place?1. 100,000 miles per hour2. 186,000 miles per second3. 300,000 meters per hour4. 500,000 meters per second1-49. If the voltage in a circuit increases, whathappens to the current?1. Current increases2. Current decreases3. Current remains the same4. Current fluctuates rapidly1-50. Which of the following values is equal to100mA?1. 1.0 ampere2. 10.0 amperes3. 0.10 ampere4. 0.01 ampere1-51. What symbol is used to represent the ohm?1. A2. O3.
4. Ω1-52. If low weight is the major factor, which of the following materials should be used as aconductor?1. Aluminum2. Copper3. Silver4. Gold1-53. What material is MOST widely used as aconductor in electrical equipment?1. Aluminum2. Copper3. Silver4. Gold1-54. Resistance of a conductor will increase withwhich of the following changes to thecross-sectional area and length of theconductor?1. Cross-sectional area is increased, lengthis increased2. Cross-sectional area is increased, lengthis decreased3. Cross-sectional area is decreased,length is increased4. Cross-sectional area is decreased,length is decreased1-55. A material whose resistance decreases asthe temperature increases has whattemperature coefficient?1. Positive2. Negative3. Zero4. Neutral1-56. A material whose resistance remainsconstant as the temperature increases haswhat temperature coefficient?1. Positive2. Negative3. Zero4. Neutral1-57. Which of the following units is NOT a unitof conductance?1. Siemens2. S3. G4. Ohm1-58. Resistance bears which, if any, of thefollowing relationships to conductance?

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