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# 1.

In a more practical purpose in a simple series circuit, the source voltage will be dropped across one
resistor if it has?
a. At least ten times the resistance of the other
b. Three times the current of the other
c. Achieve six times the resistance of the other
d. Drawn resistance to the other resistor
2. Effect of inductance reactance, capacitive reactance and resistance in an AC series circuit ________.
a. Conductance
c. Impedance
b. Susceptance
d. Resistance
3. It is a piece of soft steel or iron that is magnetized by having a coil of current-carrying wire wrapped around it.
When the current is shut off, the iron steel becomes demagnetized ________.
a. Electromagnet
c. Ferromagnet
b. Permanent magnet
d. EMF
4. A combination of circuits energized by alternating electromotive forces which differ in phase by 1/3
of a cycle or 1200 is _______.
a. Three-phase circuit
c. Double-phase circuit
b. Single-phase circuit
d. Three-switch circuit
5. Electrical power is expressed in ______.
a. Ohms
b. Volts

c. Amps
d. Watts

6. The value of the voltage or current at any one particular moment of time is _______.
a. Peak
b. Effective
c. Root-Mean- Square
d. Instantaneous
7. The basic method(s) of calculating total resistance of a parallel circuit is/are
a. Equal resistor method
c. Product of the sum method
b. Reciprocal method
d. All of the given answers
8. Electrical circuit is found to offer opposition to the flow of current ________.
a. Current Loss
c. Non-conductance
b. Eddy Currents
d. Resistance

9. AC Current has capacitance arrange in series. If the line voltage remain constant, the capacitive
reactance valve can be varied by changing the _______.
a. Line Frequency
c. Number of commutating poles
b. Resistance
d. Number of interpoles
10. What is the purpose of the capacitors on the output of the power supplies used in todays consoles?
a. They act as a permanent
c. They prevent overload
b. They filter out ripple
d. They increase output frequency
11. Force that creates magnetic flux is ______.
a. Alnico alloy
b. Nickel manganese

c. Chrominum nickel
d. Aluminum ostenite

## 12. The opposition of current flow results in _____.

a. Current decrease
c. Voltage drop
b. Voltage increase
d. Resistance drop
13. Which of the following statements concerning a parallel resistance circuit is correct?
a. The total voltage equal the sum of the individual voltages
b. The total resistance equals the sum of the individual resistance
c. The total current flow equals the sum of the individual currents
d. The voltage drop across the each resistor is the same
14. In series circuit the total resistance is ____________.
a. The sum of all resistance
c. Half the root mean square
b. An average of all resistances
d. Twice the average
15. The saturable-core reactor operates on the principle of controlling a load windings inductance by
varying the cores _______.
a. Permeability
b. Susceptance
c. Resistance
d. Triac
16. Inductance is the properties of an electric circuit that ___________.
a. opposes any change in the applied voltage
b. opposes any change in the current flow through the circuit

## c. aids any change in the applied voltage

d. aids any change in the current through circuit
17. Before you touch a small capacitor which is connected to a de-energized circuit, or which
disconnected entirely, you should _______.
a. gently tap it with screwdriver
b. tag it with a de-energized tag
c. be equipped with an insulated fuse puller
d. Short circuit the terminals to make sure that all the capacitors is discharged.
18. A residual magnetism is the ______.
a. Magnetism remaining in a substance after it has been removed from the magnetic field
b. Magnetism affecting a substance in magnetic field
c. Magnetism between field poles
d. Magnetism cannot remain in a substance.
19. Counter EMF is measured in _________.
a. Amperes
b. Ohms

c. Coulombs
d. Over voltage drop

20. Decreasing the frequency in a capacitive circuit while maintaining a constant circuit voltage will result in a
______.
a. Increase the apparent power
c. Decrease in capacitive reactance
b. Decrease in circuit current
d. Decrease in total impedance
21. The apparent power in a purely inductive circuit is also called the ______ power.
a. True
c. Induced
b. Lead
d. Reactive
22. Lines of force that usually indicates the strength and direction of magnetic field ______.
a. Magnetic field
c. Vectors
b. Electric field
d. Magnetic strength
23. A machine which transforms mechanical power into electric power _____.

a. Electric Motor
b. Electric Coupling

c. Electric Generator
d. Electric Machinery

## 24. Capacitance in an AC circuit will ______.

a. Stop current flow once the capacitor is fully charged
b. Allow current flow in the only one direction
c. Oppose any change in the circuit voltage
d. Rectify the current
25. Due to more than the Ohmic resistance of the circuit _______.
a. Impedance
c. Susceptance
b. Reactance
d. Trance
26. The materials that retain a large part of their magnetism after the magnetizing force is removed, is said to have
a __________.
a. High Permanences
c. High Resistivity
b. High Susceptance
d. Low Tenon
27. The circuit resistance of a 600 watt coffee pot and a 1,000 watt skillet when connected to a 120-volt
parallel circuit is _______.
a. 24 ohms
c. 38.4 ohms
b. 14.4 ohms
d. 9 ohms
28. The total resistance of a parallel circuit is always _______.
a. Larger than that of the branch with the greatest resistance
b. Smaller than that of the branch with lowest resistance
c. Equal to the sum of the individual branch resistance
d. Unequal to the sum of the individual branch resistance
29. When doubling the distance of two magnetic poles _________.
a. Makes the force between the poles as great
b. Makes magnetic induction less
c. Makes no magnetic force
d. Makes line poles decrease

## 30. What device commonly utilizes the principle of electromagnetic induct?

a. Diode
c. Transistor
b. Transformer
d. Rheostat
31. When power supplies are connected in series, the voltage _________.
a. Is subtractive
c. Additive
b. Distributed
d. Constant
32. What is true concerning single parallel resistance circuits?
a. The total current flow equals the reciprocal of the sum of the individual currents
b. The total resistance equals the sum of the individual resistance
c. The total current flow equals the sum of the individual currents
d. The total voltage equals the sum of the individual voltages
33. The opposition to the establishment magnetic lines of force in a magnetic circuit is called ________.
a. Resistance
c. Impedance
b. Reluctance
d. Inductance
34. The unit of apparent power in a purely inductance and capacitance. The inductance of coil is express
in _________.
a. KVA
c. EMF
b.VAR
d. WATT
35. Closed loop circuits are typically used for signal and control circuits ________.
a. Signal and Control
c. Open and Closed
b. Armature and Field
d. None of the answer
36. The molded case circuit breaker provides protection against short circuits by using a/an _____.
a. Ampere
c. Watt
b. Volt
d. Ohm
37. A capacitor discolored due to excessive heat should be____________.
a. Calibrated
c. Cooled
b. Replaced
d. Soldered

## 38. Magnetomotive Force (MMF) can be increased by increasing the ___________.

a. Number of ampere turns
c. Current in the coils
b. Number of coils
d. All of the given answers
37. A circuit energized by a single alternating electromotive force is ______.
a. Three-phase circuit
c. Double-phase circuit
b. Single-phase circuit
d. Single switch circuit
38. The force that causes free electron to move in a conductor as electric current flow is called a _____.
a. Resistance force
c. Inductive force
b. Electromotive force
d. Dielectric force
39. In the combined effect of inductive reactance, capacitive reactance and resistance in an AC series
circuit is known as _______.
a. Impedance
c. Suscepatnce
b. Reactance
d. Trance
40. The movement of electrons because of electromagnetism is called ______.
a. Flux lines
c. Induction
b. Voltage
d. Magnetic field

41. The process of self excitation in a self-excited DC generator is able to begin as soon as the prime
mover begins to turn due to the _____.
a. Presence of eddy currents in the armature
b. Action of eddy current transformer
c. Impedance of the armature windings
d. Presence of residual magnetism in the field poles
42. A circuit in which a specific amount of current leaves the voltage source and flows through every
electrical device in a single path before it returns to the voltage source is ______.
a. Closed loop
c. Short

b. Open

d. Closed

43. A resistance thermometer or thermocouple built into a machine for the purpose of measuring the
temperature is ___________.
a. Therm-ohmmeter
c. Ohmmeter
b. Thermo-resistance detector
d. Embedded temperature detector
44. In series connection, the total voltage drop is _____________.
a. Equal to emf
c. Greater than the supply
b. Lesser that the emf
d. Equal to the drop due to internal resistance
45. The total power used up in a series circuit is _________.
a. The sum of the powers used in each load divided by the number of loads
b. The sum of the powers in each load
c. Always less that the power used in the smallest load
d. More than the power used in largest load.
46. The total resistance of the three 6 ohms resistors in parallel is _______.
a. 2 ohms
c. 18 ohms
b. 12 ohms
d. 24 ohms
47. The molded-case circuit breaker provides protection against short circuits by using a/an ______.
a. Electromagnetic
c. Arc quencher
b. Shading coil
d. Burn away strip
48. What happens if a series circuit when the voltage remains the same and the resistance increases?
a. Current Increases
c. Current remains the same
b. Current Decreases
d. Current Increase by the square
49. Reducing the frequency in a capacitive circuit while holding circuit voltage constant will result in
a _________.
a. Increase in apparent power
c. Decrease in capacitive reactance
b. Decrease in circuit current
d. Decrease in total impedance
50. It is the current required to create any magnetic field _______.
a. Exciting Current
c. Alternating Current

b. Eddy Current

d. Extreme Current

51. In an AC circuit the inductive reactance of a coil varies with the ______ of the circuit.
a. Resistance
c. Current
b. Frequency
d. Voltage
52. The permanent magnets are normally made of ________.
a. Alnico alloy
c. Chrominum nickel
b. Nickel manganese
d. Aluminum ostenite
53. The power consumed is equal to the current flowing multiplied to the _______.
a. Resistance
c. Capacitance
b. Voltage
d. Inductance
54. Power transformer are rated in ________.
a. Kilowatts
c. Kilowatt-volts
b. Ampere-turns
d. Kilovolt-amperes

55. A circuit has two or more ungrounded conductors having a potential difference between them and
an equal difference of potential between each ungrounded conductor and the grounded (neutral)
conductor is called _____.
a. Multi widing branch
c. Parallel
b. Series
d. None of the given answers
56. In the flow of one cycle of single phase AC current past any given point in a circuit, the maximum
current peak occurs __________.
a. One time
c. Three times
b. Two times
d. Four times
57. The inductance resistance is measure in ___________.
a. Ohms
c. Volts
b. Watts
d. Unix

58. The induction of voltage in a conductor because of expanding and collapsing magnetic field is known
as ________.
a. Flux lines
c. Self-induced voltage
b. Power
d. Magnetic field
59. It is usually made of piece of steel that has been hardened and placed under the influence of a magnetic field
throughout his life __________.
a. Polarized magnet
c. Permanent magnet
b. Electrified magnet
d. Ferromagnet
60. When the power supplies are connected in series, the voltage _______.
a. Is subtractive
c. Will be multiplied
b. Is additive
d. Will be divided