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Amplifiers Introduction Questions and Answers MCQs

MCQ: Amplifier that provides an output signal that is a replica of the input signal, but increased in magnitude is based on

one port network
two port network
three port network
four port network

MCQ: In any closed loop network, the total voltage around the loop is equal to the sum of all the voltage drops within the same loop, which is also equal to zero

Kirchhoff's current law
Kirchhoff's voltage law
Lenz's law
Ohm's law

MCQ: Three phase generator contain

one sinusoidal voltage source
two sinusoidal voltage sources
three sinusoidal voltage sources
three peak to peak voltage sources

MCQ: Reactive power Q of three phase system is equals to

√3VIcosθ
√3VI
√3VIsinθ
P/S

MCQ: Theorem which states that the maximum amount of power will be dissipated by a load resistance if it is equal to the Thevenin or Norton resistance of the network supplying power.

maximum voltage transfer theorem
maximum current transfer theorem
maximum power transfer theorem
maximum power received theorem