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Introduction to Matters Quiz

MCQ: All matter in universe is made up of one or more types of different elements,which are of number

  1. 100
  2. 118
  3. 2280
  4. 300

B

Split Ring Resonator Quiz

MCQ: In effective relative magnetic permeability of an SRR array, µr,eff(w)=1-Fw2/w2-w2o+iγw, F is

  1. Force
  2. Filling ratio
  3. damping ratio
  4. Friction ratio

B

Curl Operator Quiz

MCQ: Vector operator that describes infinitesimal rotation of a vector field in three-dimensional Euclidean space is known as

  1. gradient operator
  2. curl operator
  3. divergence operator
  4. scalar operator

B

Dielectric Constant of Dielectric Materials Quiz

MCQ: Dielectric constant=4 only exist for

  1. sulfur
  2. ammonia
  3. lead glass
  4. glycerin

A

Dielectric Permittivity Quiz

MCQ: Electric susceptibility is directly proportional to

  1. permitivity
  2. permeability
  3. magnetic field intensity
  4. electric field intensity

D