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Basics of Network Analysis Old GATE (EC) Questions

One Mark Questions 01. A de circuit shown in figure has a voltage source V, a current source I and several resistors. A particular resistor R dissipates a power of 4 Watts when V one is active. The same resistor R dissipates a power of 9 Watts when I alone is he power dissipated by R when both sources are active will be 93 (EC)

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each other the coefficient can be (a) 0.4 H

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(b) 3.2 H

(d) 4.4 H GATE 1997 (EC)

03. The current 14 in the circuit of Fig .. (a) 12 A (b) -12 A (c)4A (d) None of the above
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Basics of Network Analysis Old GATE (EC) Questions

05. The voltage V in Fig. is always equal to (a) 9 V (b) 5 V (c) 1 V (d) None of the above Fig.
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06. The voltage v in Fig. is (a) 10 V (b) 15 V (c) 5 V (d) None of the above
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07. The nodal method of circuit analysis is based (a) KVL and Ohm's law (c) KCL and KVL

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08. The voltage across the termi (a) 0.5 V (b) 3.0 V (c) 3.5 V (d) 4.0 V b

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Basics of Network Analysis Old GATE (EC)Questions

10. In the circuit of Fig. the value of the voltage source E is (a) -16 V (b)4V (c) -(j V (d) 16 V

GATE 2000 (EC)

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Basics of Network Analysis Old GATE (EC)Questions

14. the equivalent inductance measured between the terminals 1 and 2 for the circuit sh~;.vn .: in figure. . M GATE 2004 (EC)-, (a)LJ+L2+M ~

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01. A square waveform as shown in figure is applied through the inductor is a wave of .

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Basics of Network Analysis Old GATE (EC) Questions

03. A network contains linear resistors and ideal voltage sources. Ifvalues of all the resistors are doubled, then the voltage across each resistor is GATE 1993 (EC) (a) halved (b) doubled (c) increased by four times (d) not changed 04. The two electrical subnetworks N I and N2 are connected through three resistor in Fig. The voltages across 5 ohm resistor and 1 ohm resistor are given to be 1 5 V, respectively. Then voltage across 15 ohm resistor is GA (a)-105V (b) + 105 V (c) - 15 V (d) + 15 V

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Basics of Network Analysis Old GATE (EC) Questions

Five Marks Questions 01. Ail infinite grid is built up by connecting resistors in the manner indicated in figure; where each branch represents one ohm resistor. Calculate the effective resist etween the nodes A arid B. GAT - C)

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