# Q1: If a Wheatstone bridge is balanced, a voltmeter in the center of the bridge will read:

A the same as the source voltage
B half the source voltage
C zero volts
D twice the source voltage

# Q2: The current flowing through an unloaded voltage divider is called the:

A resistor current
C bleeder current
D voltage current

# Q3: What is the power dissipated by R2, R4, and R6?

A
P2 = 417 mW, P4 = 193 mW, P6 = 166 mW
B
P2 = 407 mW, P4 = 183 mW, P6 = 156 mW
C
P2 = 397 mW, P4 = 173 mW, P6 = 146 mW
D
P2 = 387 mW, P4 = 163 mW, P6 = 136 mW

A current
B resistance
C power
D voltage

# Q5: Components or combinations of components with common currents, in a series–parallel circuit, are in:

A parallel with each other
B series with each other
C either series or parallel with each other
D none of the above

A
4 k
B
17 k
C
41 k
D
108 k

# Q7: When a Wheatstone bridge is in a balanced condition, the center voltmeter in the bridge will read:

A twice the source voltage
B the same as the source voltage
C zero volts
D half the source voltage

A
2.2 k
B
3.2 k
C
4.2 k
D
5.2 k

# Q9: What determines if resistor connections are in series, parallel, or series–parallel?

A the voltage source
B the power source
C resistance
D current flow

A Multinetwork
B Norton
C Thevenin
D Superposition

A
4.21 V
B
15.79 V
C
16 V
D
19.67 V

# Q12: In a series–parallel circuit consisting of R1 and R2 in series and connected in parallel with R3, if R1 opens, then R2's voltage will:

A increase
B decrease
C remain the same
D cannot tell

# Q13: In a series–parallel circuit, individual component power dissipations are calculated using:

A individual component parameters
B a percent of the voltage division ratio squared
C total current squared multiplied by the resistor values
D a percent of the total power depending on resistor ratios

# Q14: Which circuit fault do the meter readings in the given figure indicate?

A
The 1 k resistor is open.
B
The 4.7 k resistor is open.
C
The 2.2 k resistor is open.
D
The 3.3 k resistor is open.

A
196 A
B
1.96 mA
C
2 mA
D
2.16 mA

A
0.3 A
B
0.15 A
C
0.5 A
D
0.68 A

A
220
B
6,899
C
1,232
D

# Q18: Which circuit fault do the meter readings in the given figure indicate?

A
The 1 k resistor is shorted.
B
The 4.7 k resistor is shorted.
C
The 2.2 k resistor is shorted.
D
The 3.3 k resistor is shorted.

# Q19: The first goal to accomplish in analyzing a complex series-parallel circuit is to

A equate all parallel components
B equate all series components
C solve for all the voltage drops
D solve for the total current and resistance

A
1 V
B
3 V
C
5 V
D
6 V

A
200 mA
B
800 mA
C
600 mA
D
400 mA

A
5.88 V
B
14.12 V
C
16 V
D
17.14 V

A
92
B
288
C
17.7
D
128

A 10 ohms
B 20 ohms
C 45 ohms
D 90 ohms

# Q25: What is the power dissipated by R1, R2, and R3?

A
P1 = 0.13 W, P2 = 0.26 W, P3 = 0.12 W
B
P1 = 0.26 W, P2 = 0.52 W, P3 = 0.23 W
C
P1 = 0.52 W, P2 = 0.92 W, P3 = 0.46 W
D
P1 = 1.04 W, P2 = 1.84 W, P3 = 0.92 W

A 10 ohms
B 20 ohms
C 45 ohms
D 90 ohms

# Q27: If R1 is in series with a parallel combination of R2, R3, and R4, when the resistance value of R2 increases, the voltage across R3 will

A increase
B decrease
C remain the same
D Cannot tell

A
46 V
B
34 V
C
23 V
D
12 V

A
11.4 V
B
12.4 V
C
13.4 V
D
15.4 V

A
800
B
1.2 k
C
1.6 k
D
1.8 k

# Q31: What are the branch currents I2 and I3?

A
I2 = 4 mA, I3 = 2 mA
B
I2 = 4.5 mA, I3 = 2.5 mA
C
I2 = 2.5 mA, I3 = 1.5 mA
D
I2 = 5.5 mA, I3 = 3.5 mA

# Q32: If R1 is in series with parallel connected to R2 and R3, what happens to total current if R2 opens?

A increases
B decreases
C remains the same
D cannot tell

A
0 V
B
4 V
C
16 V
D
20 V

# Q34: The first goal(s) to accomplish in analyzing a complex series–parallel circuit is to:

A equate all parallel components
B equate all series components
C solve for all the voltage drops
D solve for the total current and resistance

# Q35: When placed into a circuit, how are electronic components usually connected?

A positive terminal to positive terminal
B in parallel
C as a combination of series and parallel
D in series

# Q36: When a load is connected to a voltage divider, the total resistance of the circuit will:

A decrease
B double
C increase
D remain the same

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