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Dielectric Permittivity Quiz

MCQ: Xe relationship with polarization vector 'P' is

  1. directly proportional
  2. inversely proportional
  3. double of E
  4. no relationship exist


Engineering: Finite Element Method Quiz

MCQ: To solve the FEM problem, it subdivides a large problem into smaller, simpler parts that are called

  1. finite elements
  2. infinite elements
  3. dynamic elements
  4. static elements


Metamaterials: Electric & Magnetic Responses Quiz

MCQ: Unpaired electrons spins generate

  1. electrical polarization
  2. magnetic polarization
  3. electric depolarization
  4. magnetic depolarization


Snell's Law Quiz

MCQ: A formula used to describe the relationship between the angles of incidence and refraction, when referring to light or other waves passing through a boundary between two different isotropic media, such as water, glass, or air is called

  1. Newton's law
  2. Snell's law
  3. Gauss's law
  4. Faraday's law


Atoms and Molecules Quiz

MCQ: Protons and neutrons consist of

  1. different mass number
  2. same mass number
  3. different electron number
  4. same electron number