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Quiz on Impedance Parameters Worksheet 46

Impedance Parameters Quiz

MCQ: When two-port network is linear and has no dependent sources, then two-port is said to be

  1. Reciprocal
  2. Symmetrical
  3. Similar
  4. Ideal


Three Phase Power Quiz

MCQ: Power factor of three phase system is

  1. cosθ
  2. tanθ
  3. cotθ
  4. sinθ


Integrator & Differentiator Circuits Quiz

MCQ: In leaky inductor, there exist a phase shift in

  1. input 1
  2. input 2
  3. output 1
  4. output 2


State Variables Quiz

MCQ: A physical property that characterizes state of system, regardless of how system got to that state is called

  1. System variable
  2. Circuit variable
  3. Frequency variable
  4. State variable


Sign Conventions Quiz

MCQ: Convention in which current entering positive terminal means that if voltage and current variables have positive values, current flows from positive to negative terminal, doing work?on?the component, power flowing?into?the component from line is defined as positive; power variable represents power?dissipation?in component

  1. Passive sign convention
  2. Negative sign convention
  3. Active sign convention
  4. Power sign convention