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1. H.R.C fuse means a. High Rupture Capacity b. High Rating Capacity c. High Resistance Capacity d. High Resistance Capacitance 2. The best metal for fuse wire is a. Copper b. Aluminum c. Silver d. Iron 3. Why charcoal is used in the pit made for installing an earth point a. For maintaining moisture in the earth pit b. For reducing the earth’s resistance c. For increasing the earth is resistance d. For insulating earth plate 4. Why salt is used in the earthing a. For maintaining moisture in the earth pit b. For reducing the earth’s resistance c. For increasing the earth’s resistance d. None 5. A fuse operates due to the ___________ effect of electric current a. Magnetic b. Electrostatic c. Heating d. Chemical 6. If the length of a wire is reduced to half and its cross sectional area is doubled, the new resistance of the wire will be a. ¼ of its former value b. the same c. ½ of its former value d. none 7. Which one of the following is not a conductor a. Dilute sulphuric acid b. Bakelite c. Mercury d. Sodium vapour 8. The resistance of a conductor of 0.2 sq.m cross sectional area is 4 ohms. If its cross sectional area is increased to 0.4 sq.m. without any change in length, then its new resistance will be a. 8 ohms b. 16 ohms c. 2 ohms d. None
If the ratio of their value is R1 : R2 = 4:1. Find the total capacitance. The total resistance of the network will be a. Either series or parallel c. The resistance of an open circuit is equal to a. Apparent power / real power 14. Tangent of angle between voltage and current c. Power factor of an AC circuit is equal to a. Impedance / resistance d. 2. 4 μF c. 5/6 17. Total capacity of two capacitors of 2 μF each connected in series will be equal to a. Battery d.9. Zero b. Series b. The resistors R1 and R2 are connected in parallel. Resistors 13. 1 μF d. ½ μF 16. Lesser than one ohm c. 2. Depends on the valve of the capacitor . Image below is the symbol of a. Cosine of angle between voltage and current b. 1 Ω 10. Voltmeter c. a. Has a long working life b. The power factor of an inductive circuit can be improved by connecting a capacitor to it in a. 1:1 c. 2 μF b. Is heavier in weight d. Is meant for low and high and continuous current use 12.2 b. Infinite d. 3 Ω c. cell b. Parallel d. Then their current will be in a ratio of a. 4:1 d. 4:4 11. Cannot be recharged c. Two capacitors of 2 μF and 3 μF are connected in series and then this group is connected in parallel to a capacitor of 1 μF. 4Ω b. 6 d.5 Ω d. 6/5 c. One ohm 15. Which one of the following statement is not true? A secondary cell a. 1:4 b.
alternator c. KV c. 1MΩ b. not change d. converter d. electric shock c. C = V/Q c. The resistance of earth is a. generator 26. electric current b. Voltmeter. be halved b. The relation between capacity ( C ) potential difference (V) and charge (Q) for a capacitor is given by a. a. inverter b. Which is the common method of cooling a power transformer used in distribution work. The equipment which converts AC into DC is called a. C = Q/V b. potential difference d. Water cooling 23. A multi-meter cannot measure a. resistance 25. None 24. Oil cooling d. A multi-meter consists of a. Transformers are rated in a. be doubled c. KW b. KWh d. KVA 21. Voltmeter and ohm meter b. be four times high 22. infinite d. Voltmeter and ammeter d. none of the above . current b. Air cooling b. Flow of electrons is generally termed as ___________ a. semiconductor d. 20M Ω c. about Zero 20. C = QV/2 19. Air plast cooling c. ammeter and ohmmeter c. capacitance c. If the secondary turns of a transformer are doubted and at the same time the primary voltage is reduced to half then the secondary voltage will a.18. C = Q/2V d.
120V c. The resistance of a good conductor __________ with temperature. frequency modulation c. 240V d. Heavily b. What is the secondary voltage if the turn ratio is 8? a. a.27. 88V d. Decreases c. frequency communication 35. The primary winding of a transformer has 110V across it. None of these . Insulator c. the emitter area is __________doped. None of the above 30. then it is ___________ a. a. Semi conductor d. Moderately d. 12V b. Decreases c. None of the above 31. Lightly c. Increases b. None of the above 33. Semi conductor d. None of the above 34. 8. 2400V 28. When the Turn Ratio of a transformer is 20 and the primary AC voltage is 12V. Good conductor b. 8800V 32. The conductivity of a semiconductor __________ with temperature. 880V b. Good conductor b. Decreases c. None of the above 29. The materials which behave like perfect insulators at low temperatures and at higher temperatures. The resistance offered by _________ is extremely large for the flow of current through it. amplitude communication d. The resistance of a semiconductor _____________ with temperature. amplitude modulation b. Insulator c. Can’t say d. Increases b.8V c. the secondary voltage is a. Can’t say d. a. In a transistor. a. If the amplitude of the carrier wave is altered in accordance with the strength of the modulating signal. Can’t say d. Increases b. they behave like a good conductors are termed as _________ a. a.
In a transistor. BJT transistor d. Lightly c. Moderately d. negative current d. Un biased b. the emitter diode is _____________ a. The process of adding impurity to a pure semiconductor material. electron current c. extrinsic semiconductor c. the collector area is __________ doped. dancing b. hole current b. Heavily b. a. NPN transistor c. PNP transistor b. UJT transistor 40. Forward biased c. creating holes d. intrinsic semiconductor b. A semiconductor in its pure form is termed as a. Reverse biased d. None of these 38. UJT transistor 39. In a __________. doping c. the base region is ____________ doped. the current is mainly due to electrons. n-type semiconductor 44. NPN transistor c. During normal working of transistor as amplifier. Heavily b. a. a. Lightly c. Moderately d. In a transistor. The current which results in a semiconductor material due to the movement of holes is termed as a. the current is mainly due to holes. None of the above 41. in order to increase its conductivity is called as a.36. Reverse biased d. PNP transistor b. creating electrons . none of the above 43. a. Forward biased c. Un biased b. p-type semiconductor d. During normal working of transistor as amplifier. In a ____________ . BJT transistor d. None of the above 42. the collector diode is ______________ a. None of these 37.
214 mA d. extrinsic semiconductor c. A resistor is connected across 50V source. 24A d. orange. intrinsic semiconductor b. An electric heater draws 3. 385 Ω b. When one of three series resistors is removed from a circuit and the circuit is reconnected the current a. 2. and silver? a. 38. b. 2 mA b. 21.4 mA 49.45.5A from a110V source. 20Hz to 20 MHz 47. 10A c. increases by one third d. 20Hz to 20 KHz b.5Ω c. 3. 50. 20A ANSWERS: . 20Hz to 20 KHz d. decreases c. if the colour code is red. 20Hz to 20 MHz c. The current in a given circuit is not to exceed 24A.2 mA c. A semiconductor to which an impurity is added with view to increase its conductivity is termed as a. p-type semiconductor d. What is the current in the resistor. n-type semiconductor 46. The resistance of the heating element is approximately a. Which value of fuse is best? a. Audio amplifiers can amplify signals of frequencies which lie in the range of ___________ a.1 Ω d. increases b. decreases by one third. Fuse is not necessary. 31 Ω 48.
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