# Which of the following theorems can be conveniently used to calculate the power consumed by the 10 W resistor in the network shown in the given figure

1.  Thevenins’s theorem

2.  Maximum power transfer theorem

3.  Millman’s theorem

4.  Superposition theorem

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Millman’s theorem

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# In the circuit shown in the given figure , power dissipated in the 5Ω resistor is

1.  Zero

2.  80 W

3.  125 W

4.  405 W

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80 W

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# The voltage e0 in the given figure is

1.  48 V

2.  24 V

3.  36 V

4.  28 V

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28 V

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# A 2 – port network N has transmission parameter The input impedance of the network at port-1 , will be

1.  A/C

3.  AB/DC

4.  D/C

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A/C

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# Driving point impedance of the ladder network shown below will be

1.  1/s4+3s2+1

2.  1/s(s2+2)

3.  s4+3s2+1/s2+2s

4.  None of these

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s4+3s2+1/s2+2s

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# A two – port network is represented by V1 = 24I1 + 8I2 and V2 = 8I1 + 32I2.Which of the following networks is represented by these equations

1.

2.

3.

4.

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# In the circuit of given figure , switch ‘S’ is closed at t = 0 with iL = 0 and vc(0) = 0.In the steady state Vc equal to

1.  200 V

2.  100 V

3.  Zero

4.  -100 V

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100 V

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# For the network shown in the figure below , what is the driving point impedance Z(s)

1.  s2 + s + 4/s2 + 4s

2.  2s2 + s + 4/s2 + 4s

3.  2s2 + s + 4/s2 + 2s

4.  None of these

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2s2 + s + 4/s2 + 4s

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# In routing

1.  the various tasks belong to the same job

2.  tasks are performed in various facilities

3.  acts as a constraint for scheduling

4.  emphasis is on the technological order

5.  all of these

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all of these

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# The ultimate solution to the CAD/CAM Problem will be

1.  LANs (local area networks)

2.  the microiprocessor

3.  turnkey sustems

4.  development of a more efficient display controller

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