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You Are On Multi Choice Question Bank SET 1063

53151. The voltage gain is ______ for the amplifier in the given circuit.





53152. The voltage gain of the amplifier in the given circuit would increase if ______.





53153. A virtual ground is a(n) ______ ground because this point is at zero volts.





53154. The resistors Rf and Ri in an op-amp circuit control ______ .





53155. ______ is NOT a characteristic of an ideal op-amp.





53156. Current cannot flow to ground through a(n) ________.





53157. The given circuit is ___.





53158. An oscillator whose frequency can be controlled by an input "control voltage" is called a(n) ______ .





53159. An ideal operational amplifier has





53160. Another name for a unity gain amplifier is:





53161. The open-loop voltage gain (Aol) of an op-amp is the





53162. Which statement is valid?





53163. A series dissipative regulator is an example of a:





53164. Components that connect in parallel form:





53165. A parallel circuit differs from a series circuit in that a parallel circuit has





53166. In the given circuit, Channel 1 of the stereo amplifier outputs 12 V to the speakers. How much total current is the amplifier providing to the speakers?





53167. If two parallel-connected resistors dissipate 6 watts and 10 watts of power, then what is the total power loss?





53168. Which component is shorted?





53169. What would these meter readings indicate about the circuit in the given circuit?Meter Readings: I = 7.6 mA, V = 12 V





53170. In the given circuit, Channel 1 of the stereo amplifier outputs 12 V to the speakers. How much total power is the amplifier delivering to the speakers?





53171. If a 1 k and a 2 k resistor are parallel-connected across a 12 V supply, how much current is received by the 2 k resistor?





53172. What does VS equal in the given circuit?





53173. The current through R1 will be:





53174. The voltage read by the voltmeter will be:





53175. Which component is of the wrong value?





53176. What does I3 equal in the given circuit?





53177. What is the total power of the circuit?





53178. What are the individual values of two parallel resistors whose RT is 8 ohms, when one has double the resistance of the other?





53179. When a parallel 5 k resistor and a 25 k resistor have a 10 V supply, what is the total power loss?





53180. In a parallel resistive circuit:





53181. What is the total resistance?





53182. Kirchhoff's current law for parallel circuits states that the:





53183. Which component is open?





53184. What would these meter readings indicate about the circuit in the given circuit?Meter Readings: I = 0 mA, V = 0 V





53185. If 550 mA of current leaves a node that had 250 mA entering from one branch, how much current would enter from the other?





53186. What would these meter readings indicate about the circuit in the given circuit?Meter Readings: I = 10 mA, V = 12 V





53187. What does RT equal in the given circuit?





53188. What procedure should be followed when troubleshooting with an ammeter or voltmeter?





53189. A parallel circuit is also used as a divider for:





53190. What is RT for a 12 k, a 4 k, and a 3 k resistor in parallel?





53191. What is the total resistance of four 1 k parallel-connected resistors?





53192. Which are the better test devices used to isolate a suspected open component within a parallel circuit?





53193. What does P2 equal in the given circuit?





53194. What does R1 equal in the given circuit?





53195. Which language is directly understood by the computer without translation program?





53196. What is RT for fifteen 2 M resistors all connected in parallel?





53197. Which is considered to be the common reference for a parallel circuit?





53198. The total resistance in a parallel circuit is always less than the least resistor.



53199. If a branch opens in a parallel circuit, the current in the remaining parallel paths will change.



53200. If a branch opens in a parallel circuit, the total circuit resistance decreases.



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