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**MCQ**: The measure of resistance that is encountered when forming an electric field in a particular medium is called

electric permitivity

magnetic permeability

insulation

electric gain

a

**MCQ**: Vector operators must always come right before the

scalar

vector

vector or scalar

None

c

**MCQ**: Unpaired electrons spins and orbital electrons generate magnetic polarization only at

low frequency

high frequency

zero frequency

infinite frequency

a

**MCQ**: A necessary condition for convergence while solving certain partial differential equations (usually hyperbolic PDEs) numerically by the method of finite differences is

FD condition

CFL condition

FEM condition

IFEM condition

b

**MCQ**: SI unit of surface current density 'J' is

A/m

A/m^{2}

m/A

A/m^{3}

b

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