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Eddy Currents Generators and Transformers Questions and Answers p. 69

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Trivia Quiz on Eddy Currents Generators and Transformers

1.

In generators, the rate of change of flux linkage is maximum when the coil is moving through the

vertical position
horizontal position
diagonal position
at an angle of 45°

2.

Acceleration due to gravity on moon is

9.9 ms-2
9.5 ms-2
6.1 ms-2
1.6 ms-2

3.

Electrons move around nucleus in form of

clouds
dust particles
steam
charge

4.

Our weight, as measured by the spring weighing machine is equivalent of

The total gravitational force that Earth exerts on us
The total centripetal force required to keep us moving on Earth's axis
The total gravitational force that Earth exerts on us + The total centripetal force required to keep us moving on Earth's axis
The total gravitational force that Earth exerts on us - The total centripetal force required to keep us moving on Earth's axis

5.

As depth increases, pressure in a fluid

increases
decreases
remains constant
varies