# Objective Questions on Ideal Voltage and Current Source

1. Which of following statements is incorrect?

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2. For a voltage source

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3. To neglect a voltage source , the terminals across the source are

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4. The minimum requirement for causing flow of electric current flow

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5. A network consists of linear resistors and ideal voltage source . If the value of resistors are doubled, then voltage across each resistor is

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6. Ideal current source have

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7. A practical current source is represented by

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8. Constant voltage source is

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9. A dependent source

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10. An ideal voltage source should have

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11. If a circuit does not contain any source of energy or emf, it is known as

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12. If the energy is supplied from a source, whose resistance is 1 Ω to a load of 100 Ω the source will be

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13. A voltage source of 100 V has internal resistance of 2 Ω and supplies a load having the same resistance. The power absorbed by the load is ..........

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14. With some initial change at t = 0+, a capacitot will act as

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15. For determining the polarity of the voltage drop across a resistor, it is necessary to know the

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16. The terminals across the source are ................ if a current source is to be neglected.

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17. A constant current source supplies a electric current of 300 mA to a load of 1 KΩ. When the load changed to 100 Ω, the load current will be

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18. A voltage source having an open circuit voltage of 100 V and internal resistance of 50 Ω is equivalent to a current source

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19. Current source has internal impedance connected in parallel with it whereas voltage source has internal impedance connected in ......... with it.

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20. An ideal constant voltage source has ........ internal impedance whereas a constant source has ........... internal impedance.

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