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## Trivia Quiz on Complex Power Apparent Power and Power Triangle

1.

A certain passive network has equivalent impedance Z=3+j4 Ω and an applied voltage of v=42.5cos(1000t+30°), than power factor of network is equals to

cos53.13°
sin53.13°
sin13.2°
cos13.2°

2.

The property of an element describing a linear relationship between cause and effect is called

Homogeneity
Linearity
Singularity

3.

A practical capacitor can be modeled by a parallel combination of

R and C
R and L
L and C
two capacitors

4.

Phasor voltage across the terminals of network is 100 < 5°V and resulting current is 5.0 < 15°A, than equivalent impedance of network is equals to

20.0 < 30°
2.23 < 116.56°
2.23 < 16.56°
23.35 < 200°

5.

In Maximum Power Transfer theorem, maximum resistance 'Rmax' can be find out by

Rmax=V/4R
Rmax=V2/4R
Rmax=Vx4R
Rmax=4R/V