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35. Five resistances are connected as shown in the Fig.

The equivalent resistance between A and B is (a) 35/17 (b) 5 (c) 55/17 (d) 5/17

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3!. "n the circuit shown each resistance is o# $ oh%s. The reading o# A1 will be Fig. (a) A (b)$.5A (c) .5A (d)1A. 37. "n &.3!' the reading o# A will be (a) A (b) $.5 A (c) .5 A (d) 1 A. 3(. "n &. 3!' the reading o# A3 will be (a) A . (b) $.5 A (c) .5 A (d) 1 A. 3). A volt%eter reading u* to 1$$$ % + is calibrated with a *otentio%eter. An e.%.#. o# 1.$( + is balanced across 5., % o# the wire. The balancing length is ,.55 % when the volt%eter reads $.) +. The error in the volt%eter reading is (a) - $.$1 + (b) .ero (c) - $.$, (d) - $.$!. ,$. "n the in#inite networ/ shown each resistance is o# one oh%. The internal resistance o# the batter0 is $.5 . The equivalent resistance o# the circuit is (a) in#inite (c) .73 (b) ,$.73 (d) (5.73

,1. "n the circuit shown' the resistance rAB is ,.$ &' then (a) 1esistance r 2 . & (b) 3urrent through ( resistance is 1 A (c) 4.5. across the %iddle resistance is 15 + (d) 4.5. across 1 is 1$ +. , . The Fig. shows the %ethod to #ind 6ut the internal resistance o# the cell o# e%# 1.5 +. The balance *oint in o*en circuit is 7!.3 c%. 7hen a resistor o# ).5 & is used in the

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e8ternal circuit' the balance *oint shi#ts to !,.( c% o# the *otentio%eter wire. The internal resistance o# the cell is (a),.7 (b)1.7 (c)$.7 (d)3.7.

,3. A car has a #resh batter0 o# e%# 1 + and internal resistance o# $.$5 . "# the starter %otor draws a current o# )$ A' the ter%inal voltage when the starter is on will be (a)1 + (b)1$.5+ (c)(.5+ (d)7.5+. ,,. The e##ective resistance between A and B is (a) !$ (b) ,$ (c) $ (d) $/3 . ,5 "n &. ,, the e##ective resistance between A and is (a) !$ (b) ,$ (c) $ (d) $ /3. ,!. "n &. ,59 the e##ective resistance between Band 3 is (a) !$ (b) ,$ (c) 3 (d) .ero ,7. Five resistances are connected as shown in the Fig. The equivalent resistance between the *oints A arid B is Fig. (b) 1$ 3

(a) 5

(3) ,$

(d) 3$ .

,(. The equivalent resistance between A and B in the given networ/ is (a) 7$ (c) 5$ (b) 1, (d) $ .

,). The equivalent resistance between A andB is (a) !5 (b) 3$ (c) ,5 (d) 35 .

5$. A curve is shown in Fig. 15. This is a gra*h between + and ". This curve corres*onds to (a) 1esistance obe0ing oh%:s law (b) 5iode (c) ;eated resistance (d) th0rister. 51. "n the above gra*h' the current #ro% AB (a) decreases with increase in *otential (b) increases with increase in *otential

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(c) obe0s 6h%:s law (d) re%ains sa%e. 5 The curve shown in the Fig. corres*onds to (a) <unction diode (b) th0ristor (c) heated #ila%ent (d) su*erconductor 53. , *lates each with sur#ace area o# one side =A> are *laced distance =d> #ro% each other as in #ig. the ca*acitance o# s0ste% is (a) $ A /d (b) $ A /d (c) 3$ A /d (d) ,$ A /d

5,. +alue o# current in the circuit is ? (a) $.1 A (b) $., A (c) $.(A (d) $.! A

55. "n the circuit the internal resistance o# the batter0 is 1. The 4.5 across AB will be (a) 1 + (b) 3+ (c) ) + (d) ,.5 +

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