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?