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Page No 41
1.3.36. In the following circuit the voltage v
b
is

(a) 1 V (b) 1.5 V
(c) 4 V (d) 6 V.
1.3.38 In the following circuit the current i
1
and i
2
are

(a) 2.6 A, 1.4 A (b) 2.6 A, 1.4 A
(c) 1.6 A, 1.35 A (d) 1.2 A, 1.35 A.
Page No 78
1.3.36 In the following circuit the switch is opened at t = 0 after
long time. At t = 0
+
, the value of d
2
v
8
,/dt
2
is

(a) 10
8
V/s
2
(b) 10
8
V/s
2

(c) 10
6
V/s
2
(d) 10
6
V/s
2
.
Page No.113
1.7.14 In the circuit shown below the current i
1
(t) and i
2
(t) and
given by i
1
(t) = 744 cos (3t 118 ) mA and i
2
(t) = 540.5
cos (3t + 100 ) mA. The current i(t) is

(a) 460 cos (3t + 164 ) mA
(b) 203.5 cos (3t + 218 ) A
(c) 460 cos (3t 164 ) mA
(d) 203.5 cos (3t 218 ) A.






Page No.5
1.1.17 In the circuit of figure the voltage v
1
= ?

(a) 11 V (b) 5 V
(c) 8 V (d) 18 V.
Page No.11
1.1.50 In the circuit shown in figure
i
in
(t) = 300 sin 20t mA, for t 0.


Let C
1
= 40 F and C
2
= 30 F. All capacitors are initially
uncharged. The v
m
(t) would be
(a) 0.25cos 20t V (b) 0.25cos 20t V
(c) 36cos 20t mV (d) 36cos 20t mV.
Page No. 41
1.3.39 In the following circuit the voltage v
1
is

(a) 10 V (b) 10 V
(c) 7 V (d) 7 V.















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Page No. 57
1.4.36. Consider the following circuits shown below

The relation between i
a
and i
b
is
(a) i
b
= i
a
+ 6 (b) i
b
= i
a
+2
(c) i
b
= 1.5i
a
(d) i
b
= i
a
.
Page No.79
1.5.42 The circuit shown below reaches a steady with the
switch closed. At t = 0 switch is opened. For t 0, v
0
(t) is


(a) 9.6e
9.6t
V (b) 9.6e
9.6t
V
(c) 2.4e
2.4t
V (d) 2.4e
2.4t
V.

Page No. 80
1.5.47 At t = 1 s the v(t) will be
(a) 3.24 V (b) 1.97 V
(c) 5.03 V (d) 13.24 V.
1.5.50 In the given circuit below initially capacitor is uncharged,
The v
C
(t) for t 0 is

(a) (8 8e
6
) V (b) (8 + 8e
1
) V
(c) 8 V (d) ( 8 + 8e
t
) V.
Page No. 95
1.6.30 In the circuit shown below a steady state has been
established before switch closed. The i(t) for t > 0 is

(a) 2e
2t
sin 2t A (b) e
2t
sin 2t A
(c) 2(1 + t) e
2t
A (d) 2(1-t)e
2t
A.
Page No. 167
1.10.15 For the circuit shown below the impedance parameters
matrix [z] is

(a)
2 2
3
2
2
(b)
3
2
2
2 2

(c)
3
2
2
2 2
(d)
2 2
3
2
2

Page No. 38
1.3.18 For the circuit shown in figure the mesh equation

(a)
1
2
3
6k 12k 12k i 6
6k 6k 18k i 0
1k 1k 0k i 5

(b)
1
2
3
6k 12k 12k i 6
6k 6k 18k i 0
1k 1k 0k i 5

(c)
1
2
3
6k 12k 12k i 6
6k 6k 18k i 0
1k 1k 0k i 5


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(d)
1
2
3
6k 12k 12k i 6
6k 6k 18k i 0
1k 1k 0k i 5

Page No.57
Statements for Q 32-33
In the following circuit the maximum power transfer condition
is met for the load R
L
.

1.4.32 The value of R
L
will be
(a) 2 (b) 3
(c) 1 (d) None of the above.
1.4.33 The maximum power is
(a) 0.75 W (b) 1.5 W
(c) 2.25 W (d) 1.125W.
Page No. 79
Statements for Q 47-48
The circuit shown below is at steady state before
the switch closes at t = 0. The switch remains closed for 1.5 s
and then opens.

1.5.47 At t = 1 s the v(t) will be
(a) 3.24 V (b) 1.97 V
(c) 5.03 V (d) 13.24 V.
1.5.48 At t = 2 s, v(t) will be
(a) 5.12 V (b) 6.43 V
(c) 8.57 V (d) 9.88 V.
Page No. 113
1.7.15 In the following circuit, if v
L
= Vs
1
+ Is
2
, then
the value of , are

(a) = 15j, = 0.5 (b) = 0.5, = 15j
(c) = 1, = 30j (d) = 0.5, = 15j

Page No. 115
1.7.26 In the circuit shown below it is known that
v
2
(t) = 0.757 cos (2t + 66.7 ) V
v
3
(t) = 0.606 cos (2t 69.8 ) V
That i
1
(t) is

(a) 0.196 cos (2t + 35.6 ) A
(b) 0.318 cos (2t + 177 ) A
(c) 0.196 cos (2t 35.6 ) A
(d) 0.318 cos (2t 177 ) A.
Page No. 116
1.7.29 In the given circuit of figure, if w = 100 rad/sec,
current i
L
(t) is

(a) 2 cos (200 45 )
(b) 1.414 cos(100t + 45 )
(c) 1.414 cos(100t 45 )
(d) 2 cos(100 t + 45 ).





















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Page No. 677
6.1.31 Consider the SFG shown below. The for
this graph s

(a) 1 + G
1
H
1
+ G
2
G
3
H
3
+ G
1
G
3
H
2

(b) 1 + G
1
H
1
G
2
G
3
H
3
G
1
G
3
H
3
+
G
2
G
4
H
2
H
3

(c) 1 + G
1
H
1
+ G
2
G
3
H
3
+ G
1
G
3
H
3

G
2
G
4
H
2
H
3

(d) 1 + G
1
H
1
+ G
2
G
3
H
3
+ G
1
G
3
H
3
+
G
2
G
4
H
2
H
3
.
Page No. 686
6.2.2 The forward function of a ufb system is

2
K(s 1)
G(s)
(s 1)(s 2)

The system is stable for
(a) K < 1 (b) K > 1
(c) K 2 (d) K 2.
Page No. 690
6.2.29 The open loop transfer function of a system is
as
G(s)H(s) =
2
K(s 0.1)
s(s 0.2)(s s 0.6)

The range of K for stable system will be
(a) K > 0.355 (b) 0.149 < K < 0.355
(c) 0.236 < K < 0.44 (d) K > 0.44.
Page No. 708
Consider the system shown below:

6.3.38. The input waveform to yield a constant error is
(a) impulse (b) step
(c) ramp (d) parabolic.
6.3.39. The steady-state value of the actuating signal is
(a) 1.36 (b) 0.98
(c) 1.02 (d) 2.31.
Page No. 706
6.3.22 For the system shown below the total steady
state error-due to a unit step input and a unit
step disturbance is

(a)
49
11
(b)
49
11

(c)
63
11
(d)
63
11
.







































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Page No. 398
4.1.56 Which of the following Boolean expressions
correctly represents the relation between P, Q, R
and M
i


(a) M
1
= ( P OR Q) X OR R
(b) M
1
= (P AND Q) XOR R
(c) M
1
= (P NOR Q) XOR R
(d) M
1
= ( P XOR Q) XOR R
4.1.57 If the X and y logic inputs are available and
their complements X and Y are not available,
the minimum number of two-input NAND
required to implement X Y is
(a) 4 (b) 5
(c) 6 (d) 7.
Page No. 408
4.2.11 A logical function of four variable is given as
f(A, B, C, D) = (A B C)(B CD)
The function as a sum of product is
(a) A BC ACD BCD
(b) A BC ACD BCD
(c) AB BC ACD BCD
(d) AB AB ACD BCD
Page No. 396
4.1.38 The reduced form of the Boolean expression of
Y =(AB).(AB) is
(a) A + B (b) A B
(c) AB AB (d) A B AB
Page No. 392
4.1.12 What is addition of ( 64)
10
and (80)
16
?
(a) ( 16)
10
(b) (16)
10

(c) (1100000)
2
(d) (01000000)
2
.






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Page No. 302
Data Q.30-31:
Consider the transistor amplifier circuit
shown below. The transistor parameters are given
as = 100, V
BE
(on) = 0.7 V, V
A
=

3.3.30 Current gain A
i
=


0
1
i
i
is
(a) 0.48 (b) 1.00
(c) 0.92 (d) 0.98.
3.3.31 Voltage gain A
v
=
o
s
v
v
is
(a) 177.1 (b) 345.2
(c) 50 (d) 384.6.
Statement for Q.34 35:
The common-base amplifier is drawn as a
two-port in figure shown below. The parameters are
= 100, g
m
= 3 mS, and r
o
= 800 k .

3.3.34 The h-parameter h
21
is
(a) 2.46 (b) 0.9
(c) 0.5 (d) 0.67.
3.3.35 The h-parameter h
12
is
(a) 3.8 10
4
(b) 4.83 10
3

(c) 3.8 10
4
(d) 4.83 10
3
.

Page No. 376
3.7.39 In the following circuit both transistor Q
1

and Q
2
are identical. The output voltage at T
= 300 K is


(a) 2 log
10

2 1
1 2
v R
v R

(b) log
10
2 1
1 2
v R
v R

(c) 2.303 log
10
2 1
1 2
v R
v R

(d) 4.605 log
10

2 1
1 2
v R
v R
.
Page No. 377
3.7.41 In the op-amp series regulator circuit shown
below V
z
= 6.2 V, V
BE
= 0.7 V and = 60.
The output voltage v
0
is

(a) 35.8 V (b) 24.8 V
(c) 29.8 V (d) None of these.
Page No. 370
3.7.1 In the circuit shown below the CMRR of the
op-amp 60 dB. The magnitude of the v
o
is


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(a) 1 mV (b) 100 mV
(c) 200 mV (d) 2 mV.
Page No. 283
3.2.51 Consider the basic three transistor current
source in figure below. Assume all
transistor are matched with finite gain and
early voltage V
A
= . The expression for I
o

is

(a)
ref
I
2
1
(1 )
(b)
ref
I
1
1
(2 )

(c)
ref
I
2
1
(1 )
(d)
ref
I
1
1
(2 )
Page No. 276
Statement for Q.6.7
In the circuit shown below V
B
= 1 V

3.2.6 The value of is
(a) 103.4 (b) 135.5
(c) 134.5 (d) 102.4.
3.2.7 The value of V
CE
is
(a) 6.4 V (b) 4.7 V
(c) 1.3 V (d) 4.2 V
Page No. 262
3.1.13 In the circuit shown below, D
1
and D
2
are
ideal diodes. The current i
1
and i
2
are

(a) 0, 4 mA (b) 4 mA, 0
(c) 0, 8 mA (d) 8 mA, 0.
Page No. 264
3.1.24 For the circuit shown below each diode has
V and r
f
= 0. Both diode will be ON if

(a) v
8
> 3.9 V (b) v
8
> 4.9 V
(c) v
8
> 6.3 V (d) v
8
> 5.3 V.