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    To understand how the output voltage is shaped by a differentiator, you must consider A. the response to the rising pulse edge B. the response between the rising and falling edges C. the response to the falling pulse edge D. all of the above
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    In a two-source circuit, one source acting alone produces 1.2 mA through a given branch. The other source acting alone produces 10 mA in the opposite direction through the same branch. The actual current through the branch is A. 22 mA B. 12 mA C. 10 mA D. 2 mA
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    Difference between megger and earth tester?
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    can we use auto transformer instead of field rheostat to control field current in dc motor? if not why?
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    The unit for reluctance is A. tesla B. At/Wb C. At/m D. Wb
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    In a series RLC circuit that is operating above the resonant frequency, the current A. lags the applied voltage B. leads the applied voltage C. is in phase with the applied voltage D. is zero
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    If the resistance in parallel with a parallel resonant circuit is reduced, the bandwidth A. disappears B.becomes sharper C.increases D.decreases
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    What kVA rating is required for a transformer that must handle a maximum load current of 8 A with a secondary voltage of 2 kV? A. 4 kVA B. 0.25 kVA C. 16 kVA D. 8 kVA
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    To step 110 V ac down to 20 V ac, the turns ratio must be A. 5.5 B. 18 C. 0.18 D. 0.018
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    A thermistor is a type of A. switch B. resistor C. battery D. power supply
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    Electrons in the outer orbit are called A. nuclei B. valences C. waves D. shells
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    . A certain transformer has a turns ratio of 1 and a 0.85 coefficient of coupling. When 2 V ac is applied to the primary, the secondary voltage is A. 1.7 V B. 0.85 V C. 1 V D. 0 V
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    what is faradays 1 & 2 law?
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    The most common type of ac motor is the A. single-phase induction motor B. two-phase induction motor C. three-phase induction motor D. two-phase squirrel-cage motor
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    why does a capacitor resist the flow of direct current through it?
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    If you used 400 W of power for 30 h, you have used A. 1.3 kWh B. 13.3 kWh C. 1.2 kWh D. 12 kWh
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    A certain circuit is composed of two parallel resistors. The total resistance is 1,403 . One of the resistors is 2 k. The other resistor value is A. 1,403 B. 4.7 k C. 2 k D. 3,403
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    The primary winding of a transformer has 110 V ac across it. What is the secondary voltage if the turns ratio is 8? A. 8.8 V B. 88 V C. 880 V D. 8,800 V
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    When a 200 load resistor is connected across the secondary winding of a transformer with a turns ratio of 4, the source "sees" a reflective load of A. 50 B. 12.5 C. 800 D. 0
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    For a given wirewound core, an increase in current through the coil A. reverses the flux lines B. decreases the flux density C. increases the flux density D. causes no change in flux density
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