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MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION

Electronics&CommunicationEngineering

Fifth Edition

R. K. Kanodia

B.Tech.

NODIA & COMAPNY

JAIPUR

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CHAPTER

1.1

BASIC CONCEPTS

1.

A solid copper sphere, 10 cm in diameter is deprived

of 10 20 electrons by a charging scheme. The charge on the sphere is

 (A) 160.2 C (B) 160.2 C (C) 16.02 C (D) 16.02 C

A lightning bolt carrying 15,000 A lasts for 100 s. If

the lightning strikes an airplane flying at 2 km, the charge deposited on the plane is

(A)

(C)

13.33 C 1500 C

(B) 75 C (D) 1.5 C

3.

If

120 C

of

charge

passes

through

an

electric

conductor in 60 sec, the current in the conductor is

 (A) 0.5 A (B) 2 A (C) 3.33 mA (D) 0.3 mA
4.

The energy required to move 120 coulomb through

3 V is

 (A) 25 mJ (B) 360 J (C) 40 J (D) 2.78 mJ
5.

i ?

1 A
i
2 A
5 A
3 A
4 A
Fig. P.1.1.5
 (A) 1 A (B) 2 A (C) 3 A (D) 4 A

is

delivered to the 100 V source in a 1 minute. The value of v 1 must be

In the circuit of fig P1.1.6

a charge

of 600

C

20

v 1

100 V

Fig. P.1.1.6

60 V

 (A) 240 V (B) 120 V (C) 60 V (D) 30 V

In the circuit of the fig P1.1.7,

voltage source E is

0 V
1 V
2 V
+
E
5 V
4 V
10 V
+
+
+
+

Fig. P.1.1.7

the value of the

 (A) 16 V (b) 4 V (C) 6 V (D) 16 V

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Consider the circuit graph shown in fig. P1.1.8. Each

branch of circuit graph represent a circuit element. The

v 1

value of voltage
is
v 1
+ 105 V –
– 15 V +
– 10 V +
+
+
+
65 V
55 V
35 V
100 V
+ v 1
+ 30 V –
+ 30 V –

Fig. P.1.1.8

?

Networks
+
v
1
1
k
7 V
8 V
5 V
6 V
4
k
3 k
2 k

Fig. P1.1.12

 (A) 30 V (B) 25 V (C) 20 V (D) 15 V
9.

For the circuit shown in fig P.1.1.9 the value of

voltage v o is

5

 + v o 15 V 1 A –

Fig. P.1.1.9

 (A) 10 V (C) 20 V 10. R 1 ? 100 V (A) 25 (C) 100

(B) 15 V

(D) None of the above

60
+
R 1
70 V
+
20 V
R 2

Fig. P.1.1.10

(B) 50

(D) 2000

11.

Twelve 6 resistor are used as edge to form a cube.

The resistance between two diagonally opposite corner of the cube is

(A) 5

(B)

6

5

6

(C) 5

(D) 6

 (A) 11 V (B) 5 V (C) 8 V (D) 18 V

The voltage v o in fig. P1.1.11 is always equal to

(A)

(C)

14.

1 V

9 V

R eq ?

5

1 A

 4 + v o –

Fig. P1.1.11

5 V

(B) 5 V

(D) None of the above

10

10

10

 R eq 10 10 10 up to

Fig. P1.1.14

 (A) 11.86 (B) 10 (C) 25 (D) 11.18 15. v s ?

180

+
60
20 V
v
40
s
90
Fig. P.1.1.15
(A)
320 V
(B) 280 V
(C)
240 V
(D) 200 V

180

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2
Networks
8 A
2
a
0.2 i 1
i 1
b
0.3 i 1
R
2 A
6

Fig. P.1.1.28

(B) 2.6 V

(D) 15.4 V

lit, bulb B uses 24 W when lit, and bulb C uses 14.4 W

when lit. The additional A bulbs in parallel to this

circuit, that would be required to blow the fuse is

12 V

20 A

A
B
C

In the circuit of fig. P.1.1.29 power is delivered by

40 V

500
400
i
x
2i x

Fig. P.1.1.29

200

Fig. P.1.1.25

 (A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 7
26.

In the circuit of fig. P.1.1.26, the power absorbed by

i 1

1 V

 1 i 1 2

R L = 2

Fig. P.1.1.26

 (A) dependent source of 192 W (B) dependent source of 368 W (C) independent source of 16 W (D) independent source of 40 W 30. The dependent source in fig. P.1.1.30

20 V

5
v
5
1

v 1

5

 (A) 2 W (B) 4 W Fig. P.1.1.30 (C) 6 W (D) 8 W (A) delivers 80 W (B) delivers 40 W 27. v o ? (C) absorbs 40 W (D) absorbs 80 W

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0.2 A

 5 + v 1 – v 1 8 + v 2 – v 2 0.3 5 18
+
v
o

Fig. P.1.1.27

(A) 6 V

(C) 12 V

(B) 6 V

(D) 12 V

31.

In the circuit of fig. P.1.1.31 dependent source

+ 8 V
i
x
4 A
2 i x

(A) supplies 16 W

(C) supplies 32 W

Fig. P.1.1.31

(B) absorbs 16 W

(D) absorbs 32 W

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A capacitor is charged by a constant current of 2 mA

and results in a voltage increase of 12 V in a 10 sec

interval. The value of capacitance is

36.

The waveform for the current in a 200 F capacitor

is shown in fig. P.1.1.36 The waveform for the capacitor

voltage is

 (A) 0.75 mF (B) 1.33 mF i (C) 0.6 mF (D) 1.67 mF
33.

The energy required to charge a 10 F capacitor to

100 V is

(A)

(C)

0.10 J

5

9

10

J

(B) 0.05 J

(D) 10

10

9

J

34.

The current in a 100 F capacitor is shown in fig.

P.1.1.34. If capacitor is initially uncharged, then the

waveform for the voltage across it is

i(mA)

2

t(ms)

Fig. P. 1.1.34

v

5
4
(A)
v
250

4

v
v
10
10
t (ms)
t
(ms)
2
4
2
4
v (A)
(B)
v
0.2
0.2
t (ms)
t
(ms)
2
4
2
4
(C)
(D)
35.
The voltage across a 100 F capacitor is shown in
fig.
P.1.1.35.
The
waveform for the current in the

capacitor is

(mA)

 5 4 t (ms) Fig. P. 1.1.36 v 50m 4 t (ms) t (ms) (B) v t (ms) 50m t (ms)

4

(C)
(D)
37.
C eq ?
2.5 F
1.5 F
2 F
C
1 F
eq
Fig. P.1.1.37
(A)
3.5
F
(B)
1.2 F
(C)
2.4
F
(D)
2.6 F

6

v

1
2
3

t (ms)

Fig. P.1.1.35
i (mA)
i (mA)
6
600
t
(ms)
t
(ms)
1
2
3
1
2
3
(A)
(B)
i (mA)
i (mA)
6
600
2 3
2 3
t
(ms)
t
(ms)
1
1
(C)
(D)
38.
In the circuit shown in fig. P.1.1.38
i in ( t ) 300 sin 20
t mA, for t
0.
C
2
C 2
C 2
C 2
+
v
C
C
C
C
i
in
1
1
1
1
in

Fig. P. 1.1.38

60 mF

Let C 1 40 F and C 2 30 F. All capacitors are

initially uncharged. The v

in (

t ) would be

 (A) 0.25cos 20 t V (B) 0.25cos 20 t V (C) 36cos 20 t mV (D) 36cos 20 t mV

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SOLUTIONS

1.

Charge on sphere will be positive.

(C) n 10 20 , Q

ne

e10

20

16 02

.

C

2.

(D) Qi

t 15000 100

15.

3.

dQ

(B) i

dt

120

60

2 A

4.

(B) W Qv 360 J

C

30

vv

32

v

3

65 V

105

v

v

4

v

3

4

15 55

65

0

v 4 25 V

v

1

0

v 1 15 V

9. (B) Voltage is constant

because of 15 V source.

10. (C) Voltage across 60 resistor 30 V

Current

30

0.5 A

60

Voltage across R 1 is

70

20

R 1

50

05

.

100

50 V

6. (A)

1
A
i =1A
2 A
5 A
3 A
4 A
6 A
1
A
2 A

Fig. S 1.1.5

6.

100 V source, the current must be anticlockwise.

(A) In order for 600 C charge to be delivered to the

i

dQ

dt

600

60

10 A

Applying KVL we get

v 1 60 100

10

20 or v 1 240 V

7. (A) Going from 10 V to 0 V

0 V
1 V
2 V
+
E
5 V
4 V
10 V
+
+
+
+

Fig. S 1.1.7

+ 30 V –
10
5
E
1 0 or
E 16 V
8. (D) 100
65 v
v
35 V
2
2
+ 105 V –
– 15 V +
– 10 V +
+
+
+
65 V
55 V
v 4
– + v 3
+ v 1
100 V
+
v 2
+ 30 V –

Fig. S 1.1.8

11. (C) The current i will be distributed in the cube

branches symmetrically

 i i 3 a i 3 i 3 i i 6 6 i i b

6 iii 6

v ab 5 i ,

6

R

6

3

3

eq

v

ab

i

5

3

Fig. S. 1.1.11

12. (C) If we go from +side of 1 k through 7 V, 6 V and

5 V, we get

7

v 1

658

V

13. (D) It is not possible to determine the voltage across

1 A source.

14. (D) R

eq

5

10

(

R

eq

5

)

10

5

R

eq

5

5

 R eq 10

Fig. S 1.1.14

R

2

eq

R

eq

15

RR 5

eq

75

1118.

eq

125

10

R

eq

50

R eq

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v

o

20

5

v

5

o

20

5

Power is P

v

o

v

o

20 V

v

1

20

20

5 5

80 W

31. (D) Power P

i x 4 A, P 32 W (absorb)

vi 2

i

i 2

xx

i

2

x

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We can say C d 20 mF, C eq 20

v C

1

C

idt

1

60 m

300

20

cos

20

t

Chap 1.1
40 60 mF
3
10
0.25 cos 20 t V

39. (C) i

C

i C

1

in

1

C

2

C

1

0 8

.

sin

600 t mA

At t 2 ms, i C1 0.75 mA

32. (D) v

t

2

v

t 1

12 C

2m

1

C

10

t

in

2

1

idt

t

1

C

C 1.67 mF

12

2 m( t

2

t )

1

v C

2

4 v

in

40. (B) v

C

1

C

1

C

2

6

4

v 1

v

in

c

33. (B) E

1

2

2

Cv

5

10

62

100

0 05 J

.

41.

(D) V

2

3

5

10, Q 1 C, C

Q

V

0.4

0.1 F

1

2 m

10

34. (D) v c

10

This 0.2 V increases linearly from 0 to 0.2 V. Then

current is zero. So capacitor hold this voltage.

c

3

idt

0

100

6

(

2

10

10

3

). 0 2 V

42. (A) v

L

L

di

dt

100

m

L

200

m

4

m

di

43.

L

dt

0.01

(B) v

L

7.54 cos 377 t V

2(377 cos 377 ) V

t

L 2 mH

35. (D) i

C dv

dt

For

0 t 1 , C dv

dt

100

For 1 ms

C dv

t

dt

100

10

2 ms,

6

0

6

(

3

2

)m

10

6

6

0

10

3

0

600

mA

600

mA

44. (A) i

1

L

vdt

1

0 01

.

120

P vi

12000 120

377

sin 377

t

1910 sin 754 t W

45. (D) v

L

L

di

L

dt

,

i

C

C dv

C

dt

cos

3

t dt 12000

377

cos 377

t

sin 377 t

36. (B) For 0 t 4,

v C

1

C

idt

1

5

m

200

10

6

4

m

tdt

3125

t

2

v

C

3

v

L

i LC

C

3

2

d i

L

dt

9 6

.

sin

4 t A

At t 4 ms, v c 0.05 V

It will be parabolic path. at t 0 t-axis will be tangent.

37.
(A)
2
F
is
in
parallel
with
1
F
and
this
combination
is
in
series
with
1.5
F.
15
.(
2
1
)
1 F,
C 1 is in parallel with 2.5 F
C 1
15
.
2
1
C eq 1
25.
35. F
30
60
30 20
(
40
)
38.
(A) C a
20 mF, C b
20
mF
30
60
30
20
0
C
C
C
C
d
c
b
a
C
C
C
C
2
2
2
2
+
v
C
C
C
C
60 mF
i
in
1
1
1
1
in

46. (B) v

L

L di

L

dt

For 2 t 4,

For

For

4

8

t 8,

t

10,

100

2

100

100

4

0

v L (.0 05)

v L (.0 05)

25 V

.

25 V

.

v L (.0 05)

0

100

2

25 V

.

Thus

(B) is correct option.

47. (C) Algebraic sum of the current entering or leaving

a cutset is equal to 0.

iii

6

16

0

243

2 4

i

3

0

i 3 7 A,

v 3 7 3 21 V

*********

Fig. S 1.1.38

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CHAPTER

1.2

GRAPH THEORY

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Consider the following circuits :

(1)

(3)

(2)

(4)

Non-planner graphs are

 (A) 1 and 3 (B) 4 only (C) 3 only (D) 3 and 4
3.

A graph of an electrical network has 4 nodes and 7

branches. The number of links l, with respect to the

chosen tree, would be

 (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5

For the graph shown in fig. P.1.1.4 correct set is

 The planner circuits are (A) 1 and 2 (B) 2 and 3 (C) 3 and 4 (D) 4 and 1

Consider the following graphs

Fig. P.1.1.4

Node

Branch

Twigs

 (A) 4 6 4 2 (B) 4 6 3 3 (C) 5 6 4 2 (D) 5 5 4 1

A tree of the graph shown in fig. P.1.2.5 is

cc

5.

(1)

(2)

(3)
(4)
2
f
a
1
3
g
b
d
e
4 h
5
Fig. P.1.2.5
(A)
(B) acfh
(C)
afhg
(D) aefg

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110
(A)
10
1
011
110
(C)
011
10
1

(B)

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1
2
110
011
10
1
1
4
011
110
Networks

2

3
1
4
3

The incidence matrix of a graph is as given below

111000
00
1110
A
0
10
10
1
1000
11
The graph is
2
2
4
4
1
3
1
3
(A)
(B)
2
2
4
4
1
3
1
3
(C)
(D)
14.

The incidence matrix of a graph is as given below

A

100

100

1100

11

1

000 10

00

0

1110000

1000

110

 5 5 (C) (D)

The incidence matrix of a graph is as given below

1

1

111000

A

00

0

1110

100

11

10

1000

The graph is
2

4

(A)
2

4

(C)

3

3

1

1

2
4
(B)
2

4

(D)

3

3

The graph of a network is shown in fig. P.1.1.16. The

number of possible tree are

1

The graph is

2
4

5

(A)

 2 Fig. P.1.1.16 (B) 12 3 1 4 3 (A) 8 5 (C) 16 (D) 20

(B)

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Networks

The fundamental cut-set matrix of a graph is

Q F

1

0

0

0

100

110

000

00

1

00

10

11

10

The oriented graph of the network is

1 2
3
4
5
6
(A)
1 2
3
4
5
6
(C)
1 2
3
4
5
6
(B)
1 2
3
4 5
6

(D)

23.

A graph is shown in fig. P.1.2.23 in which twigs are

solid line and links are dotted line. For this chosen tree

fundamental set matrix is given below.

B F

1100 10

000111

0

11100

3
2
4
1 5
6

Fig. P. 1.2.23

(C)
(D)

A graph is shown in fig. P.1.2.24 in which twigs are

solid line and links are dotted line. For this tree

fundamental loop matrix is given as below

1110
1011
B F
1
3
2
4

Fig. P.1.2.24

The oriented graph will be

(A)

(C)

(B)

(D)

The oriented graph will be

(A)
(B)

Consider the graph shown in fig. P.1.2.25 in which

twigs are solid line and links are dotted line.

1
4
2
6
5
3

Fig. P. 1.2.25

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A fundamental loop matrix for this tree is given as

below

B F

100

10

10

110

1

0

00

10

11

The oriented graph will be

(A)

(B)

(C)
(D)

In the graph shown in fig. P.1.2.26 solid lines are

twigs and dotted line are link. The fundamental loop

matrix is

i
a
c
e
h b
d f

(A)

(B)

(C)

g

Fig. P.1.2.26

1100000

1100000

1100000

10

10

10

0

11100

100

000

10

111000

1

1000

0

10

11100

10

11100

10

100

000

10

0

111000

1

1000

100

000

10

111000

1

1000

(D)
27.

1100000

0

000

11100

10

10

10

100

111000

1000

1

Branch

current

and

loop

current

relation

expressed in matrix form as

where i j

i

1

i

i

2

3

i

4

i

5

i

6

i

7

i

8

0

001

110

1

1

1100

1000

100

10

0001

00

100

0

I

I

I

I

1

2

3

4

represent branch current and I k

are

loop

current. The number of independent node equation are

 (A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 7

b, the

number of nodes is n and the number of dependent loop

is l, then the number of independent node equations

will be

If the number of branch in

a network

is

 (A) n l 1 (B) b 1 (C) b n 1 (D) n 1 Statement for Q.29–30: Branch current and loop current relation

expressed in matrix form as

i

1

i

i

2

3

i

4

i

5

i

6

i

7

i

8

00

0

100

1000

0011

0

10