# The transfer function V2(s)/V1(s) of the circuit shown below is

1.   0.5s+1/s+1

2.   3s+6/s+2

3.   s+2/s+1

4.   s+1/s+2

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0.5s+1/s+1

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# For the logic circuit shown in the figure below, the output Y is equal to

1.

2.

3.

3

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# The resonant frequency of the series circuit shown in figure is

1.   (1/4π√3)Hz

2.  (1/4π)Hz

3.   (1/2π√10)Hz

4.  (1/4π√2)Hz

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(1/4π)Hz

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# Output of the circuit shown in the figure is equal to

1.  0

2.  1

3.

3

0

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1.  a. is faster b. is more accurate c. Uses fewer gates d. Costs less

1

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# In the given network of AND and OR gates, f can be written as

1.  X0 X1 X2 ….Xn + X1 X2 ….Xn+ X2 X3 ….Xn…..Xn

2.  X0 X1+ X2 X3 +…..+ Xn-1Xn

3.  X0  +X1  +X2 +….+ Xn

4.  X0 X1 X2 ….Xn-1+ X2 X3 X5 ….Xn-1+….+ Xn-2Xn-1 + Xn

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X0 X1 X2 ….Xn-1+ X2 X3 X5 ….Xn-1+….+ Xn-2Xn-1 + Xn

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# The transfer function of a simple RC network functioning as a controller is Gc(s)=s+z1/s+p1. The condition for the RC network to act as a phase lead controller is

1.   p1

2.  p1=0

3.   p1=z1

4.   p1>z1

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p1>z1

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# In a series RLC high Q circuit, the current peaks at a frequency

1.   Equal to the resonant frequency

2.  Greater than the resonant frequency

3.  Less than the resonant frequency

4.  None of the above is true

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Equal to the resonant frequency

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# When the angular frequency ω in Fig. is varied from 0 to ∞, the locus of the current phasor I2 is given by

1.   Figure i

2.  Figure ii

3.   Figure iii

4.   Figure iv

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Figure i

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1.   1.4

2.  2.0

3.   2.8

4.  3.2

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