# Electric Circuit Analysis/Circuit Analysis Quiz 2

 ELECTRIC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS: QUIZ TEST 2 You have done well to get to this point - the final quiz test for this course. This is a chance to test just how well you are doing. Remember that you set your own pace in open-learning. You are advised to go through all lectures and to have done all exercises thouroughly before attempting this quiz.
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1

 What is the significance of a negative ( - ) sign from a calculation when solving circuit problems?

 (A) None (B) It means you did something wrong on your calculation (C) Real resulting current or Voltage is in the opposite direction to one assumed (D) You probably used a smaller scaling factor

2

What will be the reading on the voltmeter for the following circuit?

 (A) 7.5V (B) 0V (C) 2.5V (D) 9V

3

Which Resistor in the Parallel brach of the following circuit will always have most current flowing through irrespective of the amount of the supply voltage?

 (A) R4 (B) R2 (C) R3 (D) None

4

 Which one of the following statements is most accurate?

 (A) KVL is concerned with Voltage Drops (B) KVL is calculated at Super Nodes only (C) Both (A) and (B) (D None

5

 KCL is used when solving circuits with ...

 (A) Closed Loops (B) Sufficient Nodes / Junctions (C) Capacitors (D None

6

Which method would be simpler to implement in the following circuit?

 (A) KCL (B) Millman's theorem (C) KVL (D) Norton

7

 Nodal Analysis applies the following principles …

 (A) KVL & Ohm's Law (B) KCL & Ohm's Law (C) KVL & Superposition (D) KCL & Superposition

8

 Which of the following statements is true?

 (A) Mesh Analysis is easiest when a circuit has more than two nodes (B) Mesh Analysis is more difficult than Nodal Analysis (C) Mesh Analysis employs KVL to solve loop currents (D) All of the above

9

Given the following problem. which method would yield simpler equations for solving circuit elements?

 (A) Mesh Analysis (B) Nodal Analysis (C) KVL (D) Thervenin

10

 Which of the following statements is False?

 (A) Nodal & Mesh Analysis are only used for Linear circuits (B) Kramers rule is used in solving Nodal Analysis Problems (C) Gaussian Method can be used to solve Nodal analysis problems (D) Nodal Analysis can be used to verify any Mesh analysis problem

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