Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4","","","37.335 mA ∠-0.37 rad","","0","37.335 mA ∠0.37 rad","","0","13.2 mA ∠-0.37 rad","","0","18.667 mA ∠-0.37 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7","","","181.69 mA ∠2.76 rad","","0","128.47 mA ∠2.76 rad","","100","90.845 mA ∠0.04 rad","","0","181.69 mA ∠2.84 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 3 V and frequency of 80 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0.3 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4","","","2.5857 mA ∠0.27 rad","","0","3.6568 mA ∠0.27 rad","","100","1.8284 mA ∠0.03 rad","","0","7.3135 mA ∠0.03 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.5","","","7.1458 A ∠-1.71 rad","","0","20.211 A ∠-1.71 rad","","0","10.106 A ∠1.43 rad","","100","20.211 A ∠1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 50 V and frequency of 80 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5 divided by 5 is 1","","100","3+3 = 7","","0","The sky is blue","","50","1.5827 A ∠-0.48 rad","","0","791.37 mA ∠0.48 rad","","100","1.5827 A ∠0.48 rad","","0","395.68 mA ∠0.48 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 90 V and frequency of 100 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","A","a","","B","b","","C","c","","D","d","","958.13 μA ∠-1.51 rad","","0","677.5 μA ∠1.51 rad","","100","1.355 mA ∠1.51 rad","","0","1.355 mA ∠-1.51 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 80 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","217.96 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0","54.489 mA ∠-1.57 rad","","0","108.98 mA ∠1.43 rad","","100","54.489 mA ∠-1.71 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 40 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.5633 A ∠0.49 rad","","0","1.2816 A ∠0.49 rad","","0","906.26 mA ∠0.49 rad","","0","1.8125 A ∠-0.49 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","133.1 μA ∠1.25 rad","","0","188.23 μA ∠2.55 rad","","100","94.115 μA ∠1.25 rad","","0","266.2 μA ∠0.05 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 8 V and frequency of 600 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.067 kA ∠-1.57 rad","","0","533.51 A ∠1.57 rad","","0","1.509 kA ∠-1.57 rad","","0","754.49 A ∠1.57 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5.2589 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0","1.3147 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0","2.6294 mA ∠-1.37 rad","","100","1.8593 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","197.97 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0","139.98 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0","98.984 mA ∠1.57 rad","","100","49.492 mA ∠-1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 5 V and frequency of 80 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0.8 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9.6154 mA ∠0.8 rad","","0","4.8077 mA ∠0.8 rad","","100","6.7991 mA ∠0.8 rad","","0","2.4038 mA ∠0.8 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 400 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","401.62 μA ∠1.52 rad","","100","567.97 μA ∠-1.52 rad","","0","803.23 μA ∠-1.52 rad","","0","283.99 μA ∠1.52 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","52.593 μA ∠1.33 rad","","0","105.19 μA ∠1.33 rad","","0","74.377 μA ∠1.67 rad","","100","52.593 μA ∠0.17 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","92.593 mA ∠1.5 rad","","0","185.19 mA ∠1.5 rad","","100","130.95 mA ∠0 rad","","0","92.593 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","40.444 A ∠1.57 rad","","0","40.444 A ∠-1.57 rad","","0","161.77 A ∠1.57 rad","","0","80.887 A ∠1.57 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 800 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","389.56 mA ∠-1.57 rad","","0","550.92 mA ∠-1.57 rad","","0","275.46 mA ∠-1.57 rad","","100","194.78 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9.1861 A ∠1.23 rad","","0","25.982 A ∠1.23 rad","","0","18.372 A ∠-1.91 rad","","100","9.1861 A ∠1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 10 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","624.85 mA ∠-0.02 rad","","0","883.67 mA ∠0.28 rad","","0","624.85 mA ∠0.32 rad","","0","1.2497 A ∠0.32 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 1000 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","208.13 mA ∠-0.87 rad","","0","104.06 mA ∠-0.87 rad","","100","147.17 mA ∠1.87 rad","","0","147.17 mA ∠1.37 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 10 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","106.64 mA ∠0.22 rad","","100","213.28 mA ∠0.18 rad","","0","53.319 mA ∠0.02 rad","","0","75.404 mA ∠0.02 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","92.603 mA ∠-1.31 rad","","100","130.96 mA ∠-1.31 rad","","0","46.301 mA ∠1.31 rad","","0","185.21 mA ∠-1.31 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 40 V and frequency of 100 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.5 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","39.99 mA ∠0.02 rad","","0","19.995 mA ∠1.52 rad","","100","28.277 mA ∠1.52 rad","","0","9.9976 mA ∠1.48 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","374.89 nA ∠-0.02 rad","","0","530.17 nA ∠-0.02 rad","","0","265.09 nA ∠0.02 rad","","100","132.54 nA ∠-0.02 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 800 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.7362 A ∠0.97 rad","","0","613.83 mA ∠0.83 rad","","0","868.08 mA ∠0.83 rad","","100","1.7362 A ∠0.83 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","256.92 mA ∠2.74 rad","","100","513.84 mA ∠2.74 rad","","0","513.84 mA ∠2.66 rad","","0","181.67 mA ∠2.74 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.7865 mA ∠0.27 rad","","0","631.63 μA ∠-0.27 rad","","0","2.5265 mA ∠0.27 rad","","0","1.2633 mA ∠0.27 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 6 V and frequency of 30 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","63.801 mA ∠-1.57 rad","","0","127.6 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0","90.228 mA ∠-1.57 rad","","100","127.6 mA ∠-1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.5339 A ∠-1.57 rad","","100","6.4119 A ∠1.57 rad","","0","9.0679 A ∠1.57 rad","","0","3.206 A ∠1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 8 V and frequency of 20 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0.8 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.1359 A ∠2.37 rad","","100","8.2718 A ∠-1.57 rad","","0","2.9245 A ∠-0.77 rad","","0","2.068 A ∠2.37 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","91.555 μA ∠1.57 rad","","100","183.11 μA ∠1.57 rad","","0","45.777 μA ∠-1.57 rad","","0","129.48 μA ∠1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 1000 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","17.093 mA ∠0.78 rad","","0","34.186 mA ∠0.82 rad","","0","17.093 mA ∠-0.82 rad","","0","24.173 mA ∠2.42 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","14.925 mA ∠2.1 rad","","0","10.554 mA ∠2.1 rad","","100","5.2769 mA ∠0 rad","","0","21.108 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.5821 A ∠0 rad","","100","7.1642 A ∠0 rad","","0","2.5329 A ∠0 rad","","0","5.0658 A ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 1000 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","92.44 A ∠2.07 rad","","100","46.22 A ∠-1.57 rad","","0","130.73 A ∠2.07 rad","","0","130.73 A ∠1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","314.09 μA ∠1.55 rad","","0","628.18 μA ∠1.55 rad","","0","444.19 μA ∠1.55 rad","","100","628.18 μA ∠-1.55 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.3117 A ∠1.57 rad","","0","2.6234 A ∠-1.57 rad","","0","2.6234 A ∠1.57 rad","","0","1.855 A ∠-1.57 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 240 V and frequency of 700 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.6 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","39.239 kA ∠-2.11 rad","","100","27.746 kA ∠-1.57 rad","","0","19.62 kA ∠-1.57 rad","","0","27.746 kA ∠1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 15 V and frequency of 500 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.3 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.6584 mA ∠-2.41 rad","","0","7.519 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0","1.8798 mA ∠0.73 rad","","0","3.7595 mA ∠-2.41 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","103.09 mA ∠-0.02 rad","","0","206.18 mA ∠0.02 rad","","100","103.09 mA ∠0.02 rad","","0","412.36 mA ∠0.02 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 10 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","47.278 A ∠2.17 rad","","100","23.639 A ∠1.57 rad","","0","66.862 A ∠2.17 rad","","0","33.431 A ∠-1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","179.86 mA ∠-1.57 rad","","100","254.36 mA ∠-1.57 rad","","0","254.36 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0","127.18 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 90 V and frequency of 300 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","522.19 mA ∠-0.71 rad","","100","1.0444 A ∠0.71 rad","","0","1.0444 A ∠-0.71 rad","","0","738.49 mA ∠-0.71 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 15 V and frequency of 60 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.9 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","50.508 mA ∠0 rad","","0","50.508 mA ∠2.9 rad","","0","71.429 mA ∠2.9 rad","","0","35.714 mA ∠2.9 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 220 V and frequency of 100 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.4444 A ∠1.19 rad","","0","2.8887 A ∠-1.19 rad","","0","2.0426 A ∠-1.19 rad","","100","1.0213 A ∠-1.19 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 100 V and frequency of 90 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.9 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","13.171 kA ∠0.33 rad","","0","4.6565 kA ∠0.33 rad","","0","6.5854 kA ∠-2.81 rad","","0","9.3131 kA ∠-2.81 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","86.882 μA ∠2.53 rad","","0","61.435 μA ∠-0.23 rad","","0","61.435 μA ∠2.53 rad","","0","43.441 μA ∠2.53 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","23.679 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0","16.744 mA ∠-1.57 rad","","0","33.487 mA ∠-1.57 rad","","100","47.358 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options represents the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.9443 A ∠2.74 rad","","0","736.07 mA ∠2.66 rad","","0","2.9443 A ∠0.04 rad","","0","1.4721 A ∠2.66 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 30 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","0","","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","0","","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 30 V and frequency of 200 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 3 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","0","","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 150 V and frequency of 60 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0.1 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","100","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 600 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 40 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 200 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","0","","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 70 V and frequency of 1000 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.6 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 8 V and frequency of 40 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 70 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","100","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","100","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 150 V and frequency of 600 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.4 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 220 V and frequency of 800 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.4 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","100","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","0","","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 800 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","0","","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 700 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","0","","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 9 V and frequency of 60 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","100","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","0","","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 6 V and frequency of 60 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 8 V and frequency of 400 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 7 V and frequency of 500 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.9 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","0","","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 20 V and frequency of 50 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 40 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 5 V and frequency of 700 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.3 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","0","","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 20 V and frequency of 80 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 50 V and frequency of 900 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.8 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","100","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 8 V and frequency of 20 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 15 V and frequency of 70 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","100","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 300 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 1 V and frequency of 500 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.6 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","0","","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","100","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 90 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","0","","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","100","","","0","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 3 V and frequency of 60 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","0","","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 600 Hz. Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","100","","","0","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Which of the following options shows the relationship between the supply voltage and the current flowing through the circuit.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","","","0","","","0","","","100","","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 90 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","88",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","457.4159",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 1000 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","329.1024",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 8 V and frequency of 10 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.9 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","20.7345",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 200 V and frequency of 30 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.7 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","115.2873",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","360",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 90 V and frequency of 600 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.9 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","100",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","107.6328",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 30 V and frequency of 300 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.8 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","51",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 15 V and frequency of 500 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","6.9976",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","360",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 10 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","51",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 600 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 30 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","222.4248",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 40 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","10.981",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 50 V and frequency of 600 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0.5 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","911",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","24",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 15 V and frequency of 40 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.7 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","12.3805",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","137.2248",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","15",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 15 V and frequency of 900 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","8.4823",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 1 V and frequency of 900 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","9.8244",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 25 V and frequency of 70 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.2 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","227.3642",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","4.7124",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 400 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","22",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 80 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","36",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","150.7964",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 90 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","30.0216",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 2 V and frequency of 600 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.9 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","374.4215",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","62.8319",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 5 V and frequency of 800 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.8 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","8.5112",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","12",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 50 V and frequency of 800 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","39",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","90.817",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 9 V and frequency of 800 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0.5 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","930",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 40 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","24",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 1 V and frequency of 90 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 300 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","561",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 1000 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","14.0451",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 40 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","44.8291",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 900 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","26.5258",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 7 V and frequency of 200 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","253.4847",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 90 V and frequency of 900 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","51.4593",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","148.4253",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 200 V and frequency of 10 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 3 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","81.6814",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","164.4999",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 25 V and frequency of 80 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.8 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","256.8861",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 90 V and frequency of 50 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.1 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","830",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","68",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","43.4059",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 70 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 200 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","39.0814",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 70 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","58.05",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 20 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 30 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","42.8419",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","391.3142",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 220 V and frequency of 200 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","18",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","58.308",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 80 V and frequency of 20 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","97.0457",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","115.9248",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","31.4159",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","3.1831",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","68.5496",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 30 V and frequency of 500 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","65.4733",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 200 V and frequency of 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","16.0221",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 15 V and frequency of 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0.6 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","12.5664",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 100 V and frequency of 90 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.3 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","98.2438",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","45.945",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 220 V and frequency of 1000 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","481",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 30 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","27.2341",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","98.4804",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 600 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","53.077",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","26.672",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 10 V and frequency of 30 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0.4 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 10 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","345",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","33",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 600 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","25.6354",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 3 V and frequency of 500 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.9 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","387.8186",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","14.6546",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","54.2339",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 300 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","20.5053",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0.79577",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 70 V and frequency of 1000 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.2 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","52.1504",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","750.372",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 100 V and frequency of 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 3 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","98.5635",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 10 V and frequency of 60 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 900 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","266.0495",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","45.2256",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","48.3712",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 10 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","13.6973",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 70 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","129.1452",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 500 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","22",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","32.0442",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 5 V and frequency of 600 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","554.1769",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 100 V and frequency of 40 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","123.7319",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 40 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","22.7092",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 30 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 9 V and frequency of 600 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 40 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 10 V and frequency of 400 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.2 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","811.2947",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","231",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 100 V and frequency of 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.4 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 40 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 100 V and frequency of 900 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 400 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 40 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","94.0388",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 60 V and frequency of 300 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","925.9596",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 30 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","196.4876",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 100 V and frequency of 40 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","498.3825",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","14.577",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 60 V and frequency of 60 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.6 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","27",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","115.0257",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","323.584",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","14.5746",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","27",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 200 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","25.1327",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 10 V and frequency of 80 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","197.266",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 15 V and frequency of 80 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","116.0415",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 200 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","20.7345",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 300 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","105.5575",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 700 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 8 V and frequency of 90 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.8 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","156.2069",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 25 V and frequency of 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.3 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 15 V and frequency of 70 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 2.5 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","15.2038",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","72.3432",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","10.5558",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","40.6036",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","240",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","182.8407",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","100",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","203.5752",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","369.4513",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 7 V and frequency of 20 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0.1 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","362.1634",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","706.8001",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 10 V and frequency of 200 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0.9 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","22.9965",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 800 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","281.4867",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 70 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","36",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","189.4702",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","150",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 240 V and frequency of 10 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.5 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","4.2726",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 20 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","126.7899",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 800 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","23.6248",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 80 V and frequency of 400 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","24",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","3.4306",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 100 V and frequency of 70 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0.1 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","24",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 70 V and frequency of 50 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","330.4686",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","44.2097",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","158.845",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 30 V and frequency of 900 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.3 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","7.0742",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 10 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","470",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 100 V and frequency of 700 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0.9 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","150",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 15 V and frequency of 500 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0.5 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","820",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 70 V and frequency of 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.7 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","69.7434",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","75.2627",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 90 V and frequency of 70 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 3 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","23.3106",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 600 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 1 V and frequency of 600 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.3 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","82.938",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 200 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","103.0442",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 500 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","33",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","15.8713",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","180",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","36",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","24.0109",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 500 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","28.5885",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 30 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","215.9592",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","220",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 4 V and frequency of 10 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","10.0316",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 10 V and frequency of 900 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 0 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","610.7256",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","84.823",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The sinusoidal voltage source shown below has an rms voltage of 5 V and frequency of 200 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

Note: the phase angle of the supply is 1.9 radians.

","Numerical Question","1","330",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 1000 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","138.2301",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 400 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","82.938",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","139.0719",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the reactive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","11.7085",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","263.8938",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 300 Hz. Determine the magnitude of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","235.8079",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Basic circuit analysis","AC_sinusoidal_analysis","AC Circuit Analysis"," Determine the magnitude of the resistive element of the circuit impedance to the voltage source shown.

","Numerical Question","1","0",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 30 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","50.894",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 9 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","39",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 40 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of μΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","331.57",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 4 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","12.057",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 40 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","14.074",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 90 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of μΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","31.578",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 600 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","90.478",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 90 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","56",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","220",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 1 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 400 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","47",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","33.863",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 1 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","5.8946",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 50 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","56",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.2619",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 200 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.5133",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 50 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","56",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 5 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","848.23",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 50 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","6.9115",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 5 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.3562",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","3.5186",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 500 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","82",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","1.2064",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","194.09",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","390",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","207.35",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","132.63",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 30 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","885.93",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","750",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 60 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","20",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 4 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","15",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","904.78",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 70 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","48.375",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 20 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","1.508",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","4.7",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 400 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.2871",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","1.9604",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 4 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","603.19",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 40 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","53.052",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 60 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","100",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 6 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","39",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 900 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","220.54",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 1 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","1.2566",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","13.823",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","73.683",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 5 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.1363",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 70 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","9.1",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 500 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","36",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 20 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","7.0372",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance of the component shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 50 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","15",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 400 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","56",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 2 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","510",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 40 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","156.03",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","82.075",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","437.24",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 9 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","1.9649",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 20 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of μΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","795.77",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 1 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","138.38",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 30 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","22.623",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 8 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","56.27",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","12.572",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 6 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","1.0857",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 300 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","24.051",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","24.534",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 90 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","395.6",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 30 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","208.05",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","964.58",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 50 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","20.735",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 60 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","827.5",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","197.39",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 800 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","5.8513",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 4 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","36.039",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 700 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.2435",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 5 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","3.7715",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 30 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","208.05",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 1 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.4253",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 50 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","286.2",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 50 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","197.92",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","281.5",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 20 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","312.07",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","18.598",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 2 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.3405",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 90 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","82",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 8 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","11.8",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 8 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","103.6",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 60 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","258.13",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 70 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.718",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 60 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","692.16",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 20 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","102.79",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 60 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","37.706",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 40 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","55.301",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","161.85",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 60 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","28.282",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 700 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","37.894",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","120.57",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 800 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.3373",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 20 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","503",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 50 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.68",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 1 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","8.1618",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 20 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","21.488",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 40 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of μΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","485.23",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 50 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","1.5708",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 8 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","1.1007",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","1.4765",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 40 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of μΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","58.513",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 40 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","4.9009",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 3 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","1.1288",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 400 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","90",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 70 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","3.75",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 500 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","25.5",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 9 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","33.929",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 20 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","41",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 20 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","110",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of μΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","641.24",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 300 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","10",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 8 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","37.5",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 1 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","410",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","691.15",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 500 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","235.62",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 30 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","147.32",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 700 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","103.36",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 30 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","16.965",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","9",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 70 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","4.1",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 50 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","37.699",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 70 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","406",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 30 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","1.885",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 3 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","34.902",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 90 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","175.64",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.3562",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of μΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","791.82",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 8 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.0609",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 900 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","5.0894",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 1 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","4.8119",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 500 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","40.809",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 4 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","1.1052",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 800 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","7.3479",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 30 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","45.5",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 500 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","3.4948",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","2.35",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 70 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","84.05",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 400 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","3.6503",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","17.593",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 800 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of mΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","25.133",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","7.5",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 800 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","228.71",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 600 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","1.4137",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 70 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","21.991",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 70 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","37.273",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","15.452",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 40 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","223.57",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 700 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","27.729",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","107.62",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 500 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","200",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 800 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","10",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","51",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 400 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","56",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 50 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","360",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","240",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 50 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","7.5",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 90 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","220",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 6 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","750.01",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","510.01",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 30 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","120",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","6.8001",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 9 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","10",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 1 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","3.3896",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 70 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","560",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 70 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","75.002",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 1 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","15",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 40 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","180",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 2 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","15.118",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 500 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","3.3",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 300 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","910.03",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 30 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","47",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","240",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 30 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","910",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 8 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","82",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","20",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 60 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","150",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 30 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","3.7729",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 50 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","20",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 8 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","39",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 40 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","51",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 90 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","56",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","82",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","360",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 2 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","8.2",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 400 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","47",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 200 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","10",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 100 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","200",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 200 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","68.001",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 60 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","56",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 3 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of MΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","15",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 5 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","820.07",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 80 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","476.01",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 10 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","388.69",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 60 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","120",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 9 kHz.

Enter your answer in units of Ω's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","36",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Impedance calculations","impedance_calculations","Impedance Calculations","Determine the magnitude of the impedance between nodes n1 and n2 in the schematic shown below to a sinusoidal current which oscillates at 400 Hz.

Enter your answer in units of kΩ's making sure to enter a numerical answer only.

","Numerical Question","2","3.9",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","200 V ∠1.2 rad","","0","197.9 V ∠1 rad","","0","200 V ∠0.8 rad","","100","397.4 V ∠0.85 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","157.4 V ∠2.1 rad","","0","178.7 V ∠2.2 rad","","0","157.4 V ∠-1.04 rad","","0","21.3 V ∠2.1 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9.9 V ∠1.9 rad","","0","19.875 V ∠1.85 rad","","0","9.9 V ∠1.8 rad","","100","999.59 mV ∠-2.66 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","16.6 V ∠1.9 rad","","100","25.247 V ∠0.61 rad","","0","30.43 V ∠2.88 rad","","0","41.397 V ∠1.24 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.7 V ∠1.1 rad","","100","5.0059 V ∠1.89 rad","","0","4 V ∠2.6 rad","","0","7.3859 V ∠2.41 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","11.8 V ∠-2.24 rad","","0","4.1 V ∠0.9 rad","","100","24.1 V ∠0.9 rad","","0","35.9 V ∠0.9 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","12.9 V ∠1.4 rad","","100","54.2 V ∠-1.74 rad","","0","147.1 V ∠1.4 rad","","0","80 V ∠1.8 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9.2 V ∠1.9 rad","","0","70 V ∠1.9 rad","","100","109.6 V ∠1.9 rad","","0","100.4 V ∠1.9 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","80 V ∠0.8 rad","","100","79.9 V ∠1 rad","","0","159.7 V ∠0.85 rad","","0","7.9923 V ∠-0.41 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.6 V ∠0.9 rad","","100","6 V ∠1.3 rad","","0","2.4 V ∠1 rad","","0","3.6 V ∠1.2 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","8 V ∠1.2 rad","","0","10 V ∠1.1 rad","","0","7 V ∠-2.04 rad","","0","9 V ∠1.1 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","66.785 V ∠3.09 rad","","0","112.7 V ∠1.9 rad","","0","70 V ∠1.6 rad","","100","46.4 V ∠0.9 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7.9867 V ∠-2.51 rad","","100","159.4 V ∠2.25 rad","","0","80 V ∠2.7 rad","","0","79.999 V ∠-1.04 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","154.71 V ∠1.63 rad","","100","231.6 V ∠2.51 rad","","0","154.71 V ∠1.93 rad","","0","393.23 V ∠0.5 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6.1918 V ∠2.28 rad","","0","3.881 V ∠0.97 rad","","0","4 V ∠2.6 rad","","100","2.7 V ∠1.9 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","78.9 V ∠2.5 rad","","0","80 V ∠2.2 rad","","100","15.901 V ∠1.1 rad","","0","80 V ∠2.6 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","37.2 V ∠1.8 rad","","0","93.6 V ∠1.8 rad","","0","43.6 V ∠1.8 rad","","100","43.6 V ∠2.1 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9 V ∠2.2 rad","","100","3.2 V ∠-0.94 rad","","0","15.1 V ∠2.2 rad","","0","3.2 V ∠2.2 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4 V ∠2.5 rad","","0","6.5845 V ∠1.8 rad","","0","6.0239 V ∠2.43 rad","","0","4 V ∠2.1 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","18.2 V ∠2.4 rad","","0","68.2 V ∠2.3 rad","","0","31.8 V ∠2.3 rad","","100","50 V ∠2.7 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2 V ∠0.9 rad","","100","2.9024 V ∠0.57 rad","","0","2 V ∠1.3 rad","","0","3.3871 V ∠1.18 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","105.2 V ∠1.7 rad","","0","150.97 V ∠0.81 rad","","0","235.7 V ∠2.07 rad","","0","105.2 V ∠1.6 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","8 V ∠1.2 rad","","0","7.457 V ∠1.48 rad","","0","3 V ∠-0.3 rad","","0","8 V ∠0.8 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","69.6 V ∠0.9 rad","","100","71.088 V ∠1.1 rad","","0","69.6 V ∠1 rad","","0","70 V ∠1.4 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","101.56 V ∠-3.04 rad","","0","101.56 V ∠0.1 rad","","0","98.8 V ∠0.4 rad","","0","19.883 V ∠1.91 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","223.7 V ∠1.88 rad","","0","455.43 V ∠1.38 rad","","0","223.7 V ∠1.58 rad","","100","241.28 V ∠-1.19 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","31.2 V ∠3 rad","","0","8.8 V ∠2.8 rad","","0","40 V ∠2.7 rad","","100","71.2 V ∠2.7 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","15.273 V ∠2.2 rad","","0","7.2727 V ∠2.5 rad","","0","6.5454 V ∠2.2 rad","","0","7.2727 V ∠2.2 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","83.3 V ∠1.6 rad","","0","66.6 V ∠1.5 rad","","0","16.7 V ∠1.8 rad","","0","16.7 V ∠1.5 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.5906 V ∠2.31 rad","","0","1.1688 V ∠-3.08 rad","","100","3 V ∠2.4 rad","","0","3.068 V ∠-1.93 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","123.8 V ∠0.8 rad","","100","200 V ∠1.2 rad","","0","47.6 V ∠-2.34 rad","","0","323.8 V ∠0.8 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","24.8 V ∠3 rad","","0","15.2 V ∠2.7 rad","","100","15.2 V ∠2.8 rad","","0","9.6 V ∠2.7 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5.5 V ∠1.2 rad","","0","2 V ∠-2.04 rad","","0","12.5 V ∠1.1 rad","","0","5.5 V ∠1.1 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","60.199 V ∠-0.84 rad","","0","119.65 V ∠2.45 rad","","0","60 V ∠2.5 rad","","100","59.8 V ∠2.5 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","55.632 V ∠3.06 rad","","0","48.4 V ∠2.6 rad","","0","97.295 V ∠2.65 rad","","0","50 V ∠2.8 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2 V ∠0.5 rad","","0","2 V ∠0.1 rad","","100","1.5152 V ∠0.4 rad","","0","2.4848 V ∠0.1 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.5857 V ∠1.77 rad","","0","2.6372 V ∠2.31 rad","","0","2 V ∠2.4 rad","","0","960.44 mV ∠3.01 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","197.81 V ∠-1.04 rad","","0","397.4 V ∠2.25 rad","","0","204.05 V ∠2.4 rad","","0","200 V ∠2.3 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.5 V ∠0.6 rad","","0","4 V ∠1 rad","","100","7.2679 V ∠0.77 rad","","0","3.9819 V ∠3.14 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","16.6 V ∠2.7 rad","","100","63.4 V ∠2.7 rad","","0","40 V ∠3.1 rad","","0","56.6 V ∠2.7 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6.5 V ∠1.6 rad","","100","6.5 V ∠1.7 rad","","0","49.478 V ∠-3.02 rad","","0","99.102 V ∠3.06 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9.6748 V ∠-2.56 rad","","100","15 V ∠-2.98 rad","","0","11 V ∠2.3 rad","","0","9.6748 V ∠-2.26 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","8.7 V ∠1.6 rad","","0","600 mV ∠-1.54 rad","","0","3.3 V ∠1.6 rad","","100","6 V ∠2 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","180.6 V ∠2.5 rad","","0","80.6 V ∠2.6 rad","","0","19.4 V ∠2.5 rad","","100","19.4 V ∠2.8 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","200 mV ∠1.8 rad","","0","2.2 V ∠1.5 rad","","0","1.6 V ∠-1.64 rad","","0","1.8 V ∠1.5 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","8 V ∠2.5 rad","","0","7.724 V ∠2.97 rad","","0","7.1372 V ∠2.52 rad","","100","7.724 V ∠-0.18 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.5 V ∠-0.3 rad","","100","9 V ∠1.4 rad","","0","17.498 V ∠1.14 rad","","0","8.6725 V ∠1.58 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.8773 V ∠3 rad","","0","4.6217 V ∠1.18 rad","","0","4.8248 V ∠1.8 rad","","0","3 V ∠1.5 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","131.1 V ∠0.8 rad","","0","80 V ∠0.8 rad","","100","108.9 V ∠0.8 rad","","0","22.2 V ∠0.8 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Determine the voltage labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","15.905 V ∠-2.37 rad","","0","81.166 V ∠1.8 rad","","0","15.905 V ∠-2.67 rad","","100","84.053 V ∠2.39 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.2203 V ∠1.12 rad","","100","0 V ∠0 rad","","0","366.1 mV ∠1.12 rad","","0","210 mV ∠0.81 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","60 V ∠0.2 rad","","100","3.6268 V ∠0.22 rad","","0","770 mV ∠0.51 rad","","0","20.48 V ∠0.31 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","40 V ∠2.2 rad","","100","9.6248 V ∠2.42 rad","","0","1.3407 V ∠2.28 rad","","0","4.32 V ∠2.01 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","910 mV ∠2.01 rad","","0","5.4241 V ∠1.78 rad","","100","2.4 V ∠2.31 rad","","0","1.0848 V ∠1.78 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","42.481 V ∠0.9 rad","","0","7.924 V ∠0.92 rad","","0","100 V ∠0.9 rad","","100","8.76 V ∠0.91 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.1 V ∠0.61 rad","","0","12.913 V ∠0.63 rad","","100","780 mV ∠0.51 rad","","0","9.0394 V ∠0.63 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9.3 V ∠0.61 rad","","0","60 V ∠0.6 rad","","100","11.805 V ∠1.14 rad","","0","14.672 V ∠0.07 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","850 mV ∠0.31 rad","","0","2.94 V ∠0.01 rad","","0","4.9 V ∠0.01 rad","","100","331.97 mV ∠-0.15 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","90 mV ∠2.81 rad","","0","1.8 V ∠2.91 rad","","0","300 mV ∠2.81 rad","","100","2.7014 V ∠2.92 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","240 mV ∠1.51 rad","","0","4 V ∠1.3 rad","","100","2.2692 V ∠1.21 rad","","0","344.11 mV ∠2 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0 V ∠0 rad","","0","20.16 V ∠1.91 rad","","0","16.403 V ∠1.89 rad","","100","1.16 V ∠2.21 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","25 V ∠1 rad","","100","2.1 V ∠1.61 rad","","0","2.722 V ∠1.14 rad","","0","12.1 V ∠1.41 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","13.174 V ∠2.46 rad","","0","990 mV ∠2.31 rad","","0","5.26 V ∠2.41 rad","","0","9.9 V ∠2.31 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5.8678 V ∠2.96 rad","","0","111.93 V ∠2.48 rad","","0","1.7 V ∠2.81 rad","","0","6.5198 V ∠2.96 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.3863 V ∠0.36 rad","","0","1.2566 V ∠0.09 rad","","0","5 V ∠0.3 rad","","100","220 mV ∠0.71 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","112.15 V ∠0.43 rad","","100","45.7 V ∠0.81 rad","","0","37.686 V ∠0.66 rad","","0","27.3 V ∠1.01 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","216.94 V ∠2 rad","","100","21.694 V ∠2 rad","","0","573.77 mV ∠1.63 rad","","0","910 mV ∠1.81 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0 V ∠0 rad","","0","380 mV ∠1.81 rad","","0","8.2 V ∠1.41 rad","","100","3.28 V ∠1.41 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","41.88 V ∠1.11 rad","","0","12.24 V ∠0.81 rad","","0","29.017 V ∠1.32 rad","","0","30.6 V ∠0.81 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","420 mV ∠0.71 rad","","0","346.37 mV ∠0.08 rad","","100","103.91 mV ∠0.08 rad","","0","0 V ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","180 mV ∠2.71 rad","","0","1.0835 V ∠2.85 rad","","0","2.43 V ∠2.81 rad","","0","17.358 V ∠3.03 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","61.88 V ∠2.21 rad","","0","0 V ∠0 rad","","0","60.9 V ∠2.01 rad","","100","24.36 V ∠2.01 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.4723 V ∠-2.77 rad","","100","2.15 V ∠3.11 rad","","0","2.7 V ∠2.91 rad","","0","1.0306 V ∠-2.77 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.26 V ∠0.41 rad","","0","123.79 V ∠0.09 rad","","0","220 V ∠0.4 rad","","100","14.43 V ∠0.11 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","300 mV ∠0.71 rad","","100","2.9489 V ∠1.67 rad","","0","2.0054 V ∠1.02 rad","","0","4.24 V ∠1.01 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","14.149 V ∠1.79 rad","","0","2.8687 V ∠1.4 rad","","0","0 V ∠0 rad","","0","15.722 V ∠1.79 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","599.93 mV ∠0.6 rad","","0","4 V ∠0.9 rad","","100","720 mV ∠1.11 rad","","0","2.0421 V ∠0.74 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.38 V ∠2.31 rad","","0","11.8 V ∠2.31 rad","","100","5.6834 V ∠1.75 rad","","0","7.2002 V ∠2.3 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1 V ∠1.91 rad","","100","700 mV ∠1.91 rad","","0","10.252 V ∠1.48 rad","","0","16.2 V ∠1.51 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","64.236 V ∠1.89 rad","","100","44.965 V ∠1.89 rad","","0","3.6852 V ∠2.03 rad","","0","1.16 V ∠2.01 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","341.49 mV ∠1.07 rad","","0","600 mV ∠0.61 rad","","0","300 mV ∠0.71 rad","","100","812.07 mV ∠0.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.54 V ∠1.81 rad","","0","1.7297 V ∠1.64 rad","","0","10 V ∠1.8 rad","","100","3.08 V ∠2.01 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.82 V ∠0.51 rad","","0","27.533 V ∠0.17 rad","","100","1.0247 V ∠0.45 rad","","0","16.52 V ∠0.17 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","31.8 V ∠1.81 rad","","0","35.2 V ∠1.72 rad","","100","17.22 V ∠1.91 rad","","0","21.598 V ∠2.54 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.8 V ∠3.01 rad","","0","8.1147 V ∠2.59 rad","","0","20 V ∠2.4 rad","","100","4.11 V ∠2.71 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","15 V ∠2.8 rad","","100","2.52 V ∠2.51 rad","","0","2.3 V ∠2.71 rad","","0","1.0009 V ∠2.17 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","26.622 V ∠2.99 rad","","100","7.9866 V ∠2.99 rad","","0","3.4 V ∠3.11 rad","","0","547.45 mV ∠-3.1 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.14 V ∠1.51 rad","","0","3.44 V ∠1.71 rad","","0","1.9837 V ∠1.19 rad","","0","6.9 V ∠1.51 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","520 mV ∠1.41 rad","","0","833.84 mV ∠1.58 rad","","100","535.97 mV ∠1.93 rad","","0","250.15 mV ∠1.58 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","21.587 V ∠0.26 rad","","100","7.68 V ∠0.31 rad","","0","2.1587 V ∠0.26 rad","","0","11.52 V ∠0.51 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","678.02 mV ∠0.97 rad","","0","5.3088 V ∠-0.07 rad","","100","1.16 V ∠0.41 rad","","0","1.71 V ∠0.01 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","95.484 V ∠0.7 rad","","0","66.56 V ∠0.41 rad","","0","77.408 V ∠0.38 rad","","100","23.222 V ∠0.38 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.3296 V ∠-3.14 rad","","0","67.057 V ∠3.01 rad","","0","2.2 V ∠2.71 rad","","0","95.796 V ∠3.01 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","505.72 mV ∠0.39 rad","","100","364.75 mV ∠0.68 rad","","0","20 mV ∠0.31 rad","","0","450 mV ∠0.61 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","25.906 V ∠0.81 rad","","100","13.44 V ∠1.11 rad","","0","7.8777 V ∠1.43 rad","","0","7.7717 V ∠0.81 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","170 mV ∠0.51 rad","","0","90 V ∠0.3 rad","","100","40.59 V ∠0.41 rad","","0","22.708 V ∠0.19 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.64 V ∠1.71 rad","","0","4.5318 V ∠1.17 rad","","0","5.6647 V ∠1.17 rad","","100","7.76 V ∠1.41 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","140.07 mV ∠1.87 rad","","0","300 mV ∠2.01 rad","","100","240 mV ∠2.01 rad","","0","640 mV ∠1.91 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","290 mV ∠0.71 rad","","0","1.5025 V ∠0.82 rad","","0","640 mV ∠0.41 rad","","0","6 V ∠0.7 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify one of the voltages labelled V_{?} in the circuit shown below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","18.334 V ∠1.39 rad","","0","1.98 V ∠1.11 rad","","0","1.32 V ∠1.51 rad","","0","30 V ∠1.3 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 525.87 mA ∠1.09 rad

I_{3} = 231.29 mA ∠2.66 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","231.29 mA ∠-2.66 rad","","0","525.87 mA ∠1.09 rad","","0","525.87 mA ∠-1.09 rad","","0","574.49 mA ∠1.5 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 250 uA ∠0.7 rad

I_{2} = 208.33 uA ∠0.7 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","208.33 uA ∠0.7 rad","","0","41.667 uA ∠0.7 rad","","100","208.33 uA ∠-0.7 rad","","0","250 uA ∠-0.7 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 249.93 mA ∠-0.28 rad

I_{3} = 1.3229 A ∠1.29 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.3463 A ∠1.1 rad","","100","249.93 mA ∠0.28 rad","","0","249.93 mA ∠-0.28 rad","","0","1.3229 A ∠1.29 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 799.97 uA ∠0.3 rad

I_{2} = 793.5 uA ∠0.17 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","793.5 uA ∠0.17 rad","","0","793.5 uA ∠-0.17 rad","","0","101.53 uA ∠1.74 rad","","100","799.97 uA ∠-0.3 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 99.101 mA ∠1.7 rad

I_{2} = 26.374 mA ∠1.7 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","26.374 mA ∠-1.7 rad","","0","72.727 mA ∠1.7 rad","","100","72.727 mA ∠-1.7 rad","","0","99.101 mA ∠-1.7 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 1.466 mA ∠1.72 rad

I_{3} = 1.3292 mA ∠1.72 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.3292 mA ∠1.72 rad","","0","1.466 mA ∠-1.72 rad","","0","2.7952 mA ∠1.72 rad","","100","1.3292 mA ∠-1.72 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 9.0909 mA ∠1.1 rad

I_{2} = 5.6818 mA ∠1.1 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.4091 mA ∠1.1 rad","","100","5.6818 mA ∠-1.1 rad","","0","5.6818 mA ∠1.1 rad","","0","3.4091 mA ∠-1.1 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 507.99 mA ∠1.23 rad

I_{3} = 681.88 mA ∠2.8 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","681.88 mA ∠-2.8 rad","","0","850.31 mA ∠2.16 rad","","100","507.99 mA ∠-1.23 rad","","0","681.88 mA ∠2.8 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 6.8821 mA ∠2.81 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 882.32 uA ∠2.81 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5.9998 mA ∠2.81 rad","","100","882.32 uA ∠2.81 rad","","0","882.32 uA ∠-2.81 rad","","0","6.8821 mA ∠2.81 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 133.34 mA ∠1.4 rad

I_{3} = 982.45 mA ∠-0.17 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","991.46 mA ∠-0.04 rad","","100","982.45 mA ∠0.17 rad","","0","991.46 mA ∠0.04 rad","","0","133.34 mA ∠-1.4 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 25.802 mA ∠-0.47 rad

I_{2} = 4.0038 mA ∠0.95 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","25.489 mA ∠-0.62 rad","","100","25.489 mA ∠0.62 rad","","0","4.0038 mA ∠0.95 rad","","0","25.802 mA ∠-0.47 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 206.57 uA ∠2.3 rad

I_{3} = 43.432 uA ∠2.3 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","250 uA ∠-2.3 rad","","0","250 uA ∠2.3 rad","","100","43.432 uA ∠-2.3 rad","","0","206.57 uA ∠2.3 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 72.428 mA ∠1.94 rad

I_{3} = 44.472 mA ∠0.36 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","84.991 mA ∠1.39 rad","","100","44.472 mA ∠0.36 rad","","0","44.472 mA ∠-0.36 rad","","0","72.428 mA ∠1.94 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 215.68 uA ∠2.42 rad

I_{3} = 619.79 uA ∠0.85 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","656.24 uA ∠-1.19 rad","","0","656.24 uA ∠1.19 rad","","100","619.79 uA ∠-0.85 rad","","0","215.68 uA ∠2.42 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 268.98 mA ∠1.16 rad

I_{2} = 184.19 mA ∠1.97 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","196.02 mA ∠0.4 rad","","100","268.98 mA ∠-1.16 rad","","0","184.19 mA ∠1.97 rad","","0","268.98 mA ∠1.16 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 3.9425 mA ∠0.99 rad

I_{2} = 3.4256 mA ∠0.47 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.4256 mA ∠0.47 rad","","0","1.9515 mA ∠2.04 rad","","100","3.9425 mA ∠0.99 rad","","0","3.4256 mA ∠-0.47 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 1.0981 mA ∠0.42 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 497.98 uA ∠0.42 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","600.13 uA ∠-0.42 rad","","0","497.98 uA ∠0.42 rad","","0","600.13 uA ∠0.42 rad","","100","1.0981 mA ∠0.42 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 102.55 mA ∠2.08 rad

I_{3} = 28.102 mA ∠0.51 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","28.102 mA ∠0.51 rad","","0","106.33 mA ∠1.81 rad","","100","28.102 mA ∠-0.51 rad","","0","102.55 mA ∠2.08 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 133.3 mA ∠0.28 rad

I_{2} = 54.429 mA ∠-2.86 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","133.3 mA ∠-0.28 rad","","0","54.429 mA ∠-2.86 rad","","0","187.73 mA ∠0.28 rad","","100","133.3 mA ∠0.28 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 41.917 mA ∠-0.82 rad

I_{2} = 15.639 mA ∠0.37 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","41.917 mA ∠0.82 rad","","0","38.89 mA ∠1.2 rad","","0","38.89 mA ∠-1.2 rad","","100","15.639 mA ∠0.37 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 112.17 mA ∠1.6 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 91.254 mA ∠0.98 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","112.17 mA ∠-1.6 rad","","0","65.221 mA ∠2.55 rad","","100","91.254 mA ∠0.98 rad","","0","65.221 mA ∠-2.55 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 1.25 mA ∠0.9 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 263.16 uA ∠0.9 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","986.83 uA ∠0.9 rad","","100","263.16 uA ∠0.9 rad","","0","1.25 mA ∠-0.9 rad","","0","986.83 uA ∠-0.9 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 318.77 mA ∠0.8 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 77.121 mA ∠0.8 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","241.65 mA ∠-0.8 rad","","0","241.65 mA ∠0.8 rad","","100","318.77 mA ∠-0.8 rad","","0","77.121 mA ∠-0.8 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 62.918 mA ∠-0.21 rad

I_{2} = 57.472 mA ∠-0.63 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","57.472 mA ∠0.63 rad","","0","25.606 mA ∠0.94 rad","","100","57.472 mA ∠-0.63 rad","","0","62.918 mA ∠-0.21 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 60.389 mA ∠-1.48 rad

I_{3} = 99.158 mA ∠0.09 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","60.389 mA ∠1.48 rad","","0","116.1 mA ∠-0.46 rad","","100","60.389 mA ∠-1.48 rad","","0","116.1 mA ∠0.46 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 173.81 uA ∠0.9 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 156.79 uA ∠0.9 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","17.014 uA ∠0.9 rad","","100","173.81 uA ∠-0.9 rad","","0","173.81 uA ∠0.9 rad","","0","156.79 uA ∠0.9 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 131.61 mA ∠-0.3 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 80.921 mA ∠0.61 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","103.79 mA ∠0.96 rad","","0","80.921 mA ∠-0.61 rad","","0","103.79 mA ∠-0.96 rad","","100","131.61 mA ∠-0.3 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 6.5573 mA ∠1.62 rad

I_{3} = 21.974 mA ∠-3.1 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6.5573 mA ∠-1.62 rad","","0","22.931 mA ∠-2.9 rad","","0","22.931 mA ∠2.9 rad","","100","21.974 mA ∠3.1 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 936.16 mA ∠0.19 rad

I_{3} = 1.3823 A ∠1.76 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","936.16 mA ∠-0.19 rad","","0","936.16 mA ∠0.19 rad","","0","1.6695 A ∠-1.16 rad","","0","1.6695 A ∠1.16 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 113.69 mA ∠-0.51 rad

I_{3} = 116.89 mA ∠1.06 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","113.69 mA ∠-0.51 rad","","0","163.06 mA ∠-0.29 rad","","0","163.06 mA ∠0.29 rad","","100","116.89 mA ∠-1.06 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 6.6667 mA ∠0.9 rad

I_{2} = 3.4965 mA ∠0.9 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.4965 mA ∠0.9 rad","","0","3.1702 mA ∠0.9 rad","","100","6.6667 mA ∠0.9 rad","","0","3.1702 mA ∠-0.9 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 21.36 mA ∠0.69 rad

I_{3} = 71.58 mA ∠2.26 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","21.36 mA ∠0.69 rad","","0","74.699 mA ∠-1.97 rad","","0","74.699 mA ∠1.97 rad","","100","71.58 mA ∠2.26 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 3 mA ∠0.4 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 2.5082 mA ∠0.4 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3 mA ∠0.4 rad","","0","491.8 uA ∠-0.4 rad","","0","2.5082 mA ∠-0.4 rad","","0","491.8 uA ∠0.4 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 3.7317 mA ∠2 rad

I_{2} = 731.71 uA ∠2 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3 mA ∠2 rad","","100","3 mA ∠-2 rad","","0","731.71 uA ∠-2 rad","","0","3.7317 mA ∠2 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 10.897 mA ∠2.3 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 2.5641 mA ∠2.3 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","8.3333 mA ∠2.3 rad","","100","2.5641 mA ∠-2.3 rad","","0","8.3333 mA ∠-2.3 rad","","0","2.5641 mA ∠2.3 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 27.778 uA ∠0.9 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 93.723 uA ∠0.9 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","93.723 uA ∠-0.9 rad","","0","65.946 uA ∠-2.24 rad","","100","93.723 uA ∠0.9 rad","","0","27.778 uA ∠0.9 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 19.41 mA ∠0.85 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 3.4974 mA ∠0.85 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","15.913 mA ∠0.85 rad","","100","3.4974 mA ∠-0.85 rad","","0","3.4974 mA ∠0.85 rad","","0","19.41 mA ∠-0.85 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 949.55 uA ∠0.4 rad

I_{3} = 1.6567 mA ∠0.4 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.6062 mA ∠-0.4 rad","","0","2.6062 mA ∠0.4 rad","","100","1.6567 mA ∠-0.4 rad","","0","1.6567 mA ∠0.4 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 35.381 mA ∠-0.47 rad

I_{3} = 150.06 mA ∠1.1 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","35.381 mA ∠0.47 rad","","0","154.17 mA ∠0.87 rad","","100","150.06 mA ∠1.1 rad","","0","154.17 mA ∠-0.87 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 3.8923 A ∠0.57 rad

I_{2} = 1.3456 A ∠-0.65 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.6523 A ∠-0.92 rad","","0","3.6523 A ∠0.92 rad","","100","1.3456 A ∠-0.65 rad","","0","1.3456 A ∠0.65 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 196.8 mA ∠-0.06 rad

I_{3} = 112.66 mA ∠1.51 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","196.8 mA ∠0.06 rad","","0","196.8 mA ∠-0.06 rad","","0","112.66 mA ∠-1.51 rad","","0","226.77 mA ∠0.46 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 13.62 A ∠1.38 rad

I_{2} = 13.046 A ∠1.67 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","13.046 A ∠-1.67 rad","","0","3.9114 A ∠0.1 rad","","100","13.046 A ∠1.67 rad","","0","13.62 A ∠-1.38 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 81.107 mA ∠-0.77 rad

I_{3} = 21.002 mA ∠0.8 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","81.107 mA ∠-0.77 rad","","0","83.782 mA ∠-0.52 rad","","100","83.782 mA ∠0.52 rad","","0","81.107 mA ∠0.77 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 1.5026 A ∠0.56 rad

I_{2} = 1.4163 A ∠0.21 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.5026 A ∠-0.56 rad","","0","1.4163 A ∠-0.21 rad","","0","1.5026 A ∠0.56 rad","","0","501.89 mA ∠1.79 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 11.144 A ∠1.82 rad

I_{2} = 5.8314 A ∠0.8 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9.497 A ∠2.37 rad","","100","5.8314 A ∠0.8 rad","","0","9.497 A ∠-2.37 rad","","0","11.144 A ∠1.82 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 29.719 mA ∠1.5 rad

I_{2} = 24.427 mA ∠0.9 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","24.427 mA ∠-0.9 rad","","0","16.929 mA ∠2.47 rad","","100","29.719 mA ∠1.5 rad","","0","29.719 mA ∠-1.5 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 175.59 mA ∠0.86 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 167.69 mA ∠0.56 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","167.69 mA ∠0.56 rad","","0","167.69 mA ∠-0.56 rad","","0","52.063 mA ∠2.13 rad","","100","52.063 mA ∠-2.13 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 128.96 mA ∠0.74 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 13.994 mA ∠-0.72 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","128.96 mA ∠-0.74 rad","","0","13.994 mA ∠-0.72 rad","","0","128.19 mA ∠0.85 rad","","100","13.994 mA ∠0.72 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 248.84 mA ∠2.27 rad

I_{3} = 37.92 mA ∠0.7 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","37.92 mA ∠-0.7 rad","","0","251.72 mA ∠2.12 rad","","100","248.84 mA ∠-2.27 rad","","0","251.72 mA ∠-2.12 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 27.778 uA ∠0.5 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 14.444 uA ∠0.5 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","14.444 uA ∠-0.5 rad","","0","13.333 uA ∠-0.5 rad","","0","13.333 uA ∠0.5 rad","","100","27.778 uA ∠0.5 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 48.6 mA ∠-0.07 rad

I_{2} = 59.887 mA ∠-0.07 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","11.287 mA ∠3.07 rad","","100","48.6 mA ∠-0.07 rad","","0","11.287 mA ∠-3.07 rad","","0","59.887 mA ∠0.07 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 6.6999 A ∠0.43 rad

I_{3} = 669.99 mA ∠0.43 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","669.99 mA ∠0.43 rad","","0","7.3699 A ∠-0.43 rad","","0","6.6999 A ∠0.43 rad","","0","7.3699 A ∠0.43 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 359.76 mA ∠-0.57 rad

I_{2} = 64.821 mA ∠-0.57 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","359.76 mA ∠-0.57 rad","","0","294.94 mA ∠-0.57 rad","","100","359.76 mA ∠0.57 rad","","0","294.94 mA ∠0.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 90.694 mA ∠0.63 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 18.947 mA ∠1.99 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","18.947 mA ∠-1.99 rad","","0","88.693 mA ∠-0.42 rad","","0","90.694 mA ∠-0.63 rad","","0","88.693 mA ∠0.42 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 104.49 mA ∠2.14 rad

I_{2} = 98.968 mA ∠2.47 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","104.49 mA ∠-2.14 rad","","0","104.49 mA ∠2.14 rad","","0","98.968 mA ∠-2.47 rad","","0","33.513 mA ∠0.9 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 1.3216 mA ∠-0.17 rad

I_{2} = 200.25 uA ∠-0.17 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","200.25 uA ∠0.17 rad","","0","200.25 uA ∠-0.17 rad","","0","1.1214 mA ∠-0.17 rad","","100","1.3216 mA ∠-0.17 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 39.347 mA ∠0.39 rad

I_{2} = 9.4955 mA ∠-0.94 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","38.184 mA ∠0.63 rad","","100","39.347 mA ∠0.39 rad","","0","9.4955 mA ∠0.94 rad","","0","9.4955 mA ∠-0.94 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 49.929 mA ∠2.79 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 10.386 mA ∠-2.13 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","49.929 mA ∠2.79 rad","","0","10.386 mA ∠2.13 rad","","0","48.837 mA ∠2.58 rad","","100","49.929 mA ∠-2.79 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 126.24 mA ∠1.26 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 17.555 mA ∠-0.17 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","17.555 mA ∠-0.17 rad","","0","125.01 mA ∠1.4 rad","","100","126.24 mA ∠-1.26 rad","","0","126.24 mA ∠1.26 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 53.817 mA ∠-0.2 rad

I_{2} = 53.524 mA ∠-0.31 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","53.817 mA ∠-0.2 rad","","0","5.605 mA ∠-1.26 rad","","0","5.605 mA ∠1.26 rad","","100","53.817 mA ∠0.2 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 174.9 mA ∠1.13 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 231.44 mA ∠1.13 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","174.9 mA ∠-1.13 rad","","0","56.538 mA ∠2.01 rad","","0","56.538 mA ∠-2.01 rad","","100","231.44 mA ∠1.13 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 53.089 mA ∠-1.17 rad

I_{3} = 294.32 mA ∠0.4 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","294.32 mA ∠0.4 rad","","0","299.07 mA ∠-0.23 rad","","0","294.32 mA ∠-0.4 rad","","0","299.07 mA ∠0.23 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 739.51 uA ∠-0.35 rad

I_{3} = 2.1681 mA ∠2.79 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.1681 mA ∠-2.79 rad","","0","1.4285 mA ∠-2.79 rad","","0","739.51 uA ∠-0.35 rad","","0","1.4285 mA ∠2.79 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 134.33 mA ∠-0.31 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 79.443 mA ∠-1.25 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","134.33 mA ∠0.31 rad","","0","108.33 mA ∠0.33 rad","","100","79.443 mA ∠-1.25 rad","","0","108.33 mA ∠-0.33 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 4.4104 mA ∠0.38 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 108.43 mA ∠0.38 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","108.43 mA ∠-0.38 rad","","0","4.4104 mA ∠-0.38 rad","","0","104.02 mA ∠-2.77 rad","","100","4.4104 mA ∠0.38 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 13.235 mA ∠2.1 rad

I_{2} = 2.1697 mA ∠2.1 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","11.066 mA ∠2.1 rad","","100","11.066 mA ∠-2.1 rad","","0","2.1697 mA ∠2.1 rad","","0","13.235 mA ∠2.1 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 57.115 mA ∠1.17 rad

I_{2} = 55.133 mA ∠1.43 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","14.917 mA ∠-0.14 rad","","100","55.133 mA ∠1.43 rad","","0","14.917 mA ∠0.14 rad","","0","57.115 mA ∠1.17 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 16.179 mA ∠0.03 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 1.9034 mA ∠0.03 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","14.276 mA ∠0.03 rad","","100","1.9034 mA ∠-0.03 rad","","0","14.276 mA ∠-0.03 rad","","0","16.179 mA ∠0.03 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 165.53 mA ∠-1.81 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 50.718 mA ∠1.33 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","216.24 mA ∠-1.81 rad","","100","165.53 mA ∠-1.81 rad","","0","50.718 mA ∠1.33 rad","","0","216.24 mA ∠1.81 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 975.61 uA ∠2.7 rad

I_{2} = 348.43 uA ∠2.7 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","348.43 uA ∠2.7 rad","","0","975.61 uA ∠-2.7 rad","","0","627.18 uA ∠2.7 rad","","100","975.61 uA ∠2.7 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 6.4896 A ∠0.44 rad

I_{2} = 1.3558 A ∠1.8 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6.4896 A ∠0.44 rad","","0","6.3464 A ∠0.23 rad","","100","6.3464 A ∠-0.23 rad","","0","1.3558 A ∠-1.8 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 156.86 uA ∠0.9 rad

I_{2} = 21.636 uA ∠0.9 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","135.23 uA ∠0.9 rad","","100","135.23 uA ∠-0.9 rad","","0","21.636 uA ∠-0.9 rad","","0","21.636 uA ∠0.9 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 6.3398 mA ∠0.44 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 1.9609 mA ∠1.7 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.9609 mA ∠-1.7 rad","","0","6.3398 mA ∠-0.44 rad","","0","6.0289 mA ∠0.13 rad","","100","1.9609 mA ∠1.7 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 1.7224 uA ∠2.23 rad

I_{3} = 468.96 nA ∠-2.48 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","468.96 nA ∠-2.48 rad","","0","1.7224 uA ∠2.23 rad","","0","1.7851 uA ∠2.5 rad","","100","1.7224 uA ∠-2.23 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 18.678 mA ∠0.03 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 3.6623 mA ∠0.03 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.6623 mA ∠0.03 rad","","0","18.678 mA ∠0.03 rad","","0","18.678 mA ∠-0.03 rad","","0","15.016 mA ∠0.03 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 121.33 uA ∠2.17 rad

I_{3} = 511.16 uA ∠0.6 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","511.16 uA ∠-0.6 rad","","0","525.36 uA ∠-0.83 rad","","0","525.36 uA ∠0.83 rad","","100","511.16 uA ∠0.6 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 749.97 uA ∠1.1 rad

I_{2} = 525.59 uA ∠0.31 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","749.97 uA ∠-1.1 rad","","0","525.59 uA ∠-0.31 rad","","0","534.99 uA ∠1.88 rad","","100","525.59 uA ∠0.31 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 1.3629 A ∠-2.41 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 1.3561 A ∠-2.31 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","136.25 mA ∠-2.4 rad","","0","1.3629 A ∠2.41 rad","","0","1.3561 A ∠-2.31 rad","","0","136.25 mA ∠2.4 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 3.7035 mA ∠-0.97 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 1.282 mA ∠-0.97 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.282 mA ∠0.97 rad","","0","2.4215 mA ∠-0.97 rad","","100","1.282 mA ∠-0.97 rad","","0","3.7035 mA ∠0.97 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 31.971 uA ∠1.8 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 3.7613 uA ∠1.8 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.7613 uA ∠-1.8 rad","","0","28.21 uA ∠1.8 rad","","100","31.971 uA ∠1.8 rad","","0","28.21 uA ∠-1.8 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 25.201 mA ∠1.37 rad

I_{2} = 8.6352 mA ∠2.59 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","23.675 mA ∠1.02 rad","","100","23.675 mA ∠-1.02 rad","","0","8.6352 mA ∠-2.59 rad","","0","25.201 mA ∠-1.37 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 51.807 mA ∠1.83 rad

I_{3} = 5.2337 mA ∠-2.88 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5.2337 mA ∠2.88 rad","","0","51.807 mA ∠-1.83 rad","","0","52.07 mA ∠1.93 rad","","100","51.807 mA ∠1.83 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 10.893 A ∠1.43 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 13.188 A ∠-1.71 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","13.188 A ∠1.71 rad","","0","24.081 A ∠1.43 rad","","100","10.893 A ∠-1.43 rad","","0","13.188 A ∠-1.71 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 149.95 mA ∠1.2 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 34.605 mA ∠1.2 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","34.605 mA ∠1.2 rad","","0","115.35 mA ∠1.2 rad","","100","115.35 mA ∠-1.2 rad","","0","149.95 mA ∠-1.2 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 125.65 mA ∠2.27 rad

I_{3} = 499.94 mA ∠0.7 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","499.94 mA ∠0.7 rad","","0","499.94 mA ∠-0.7 rad","","0","515.49 mA ∠0.95 rad","","100","125.65 mA ∠-2.27 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 1.2809 A ∠2.49 rad

I_{3} = 327.04 mA ∠2.49 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.608 A ∠2.49 rad","","100","327.04 mA ∠-2.49 rad","","0","327.04 mA ∠2.49 rad","","0","1.608 A ∠-2.49 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify I_{4} by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 1.3536 A ∠-2.69 rad

I_{3} = 1.0452 A ∠0.45 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.3536 A ∠2.69 rad","","0","308.42 mA ∠2.69 rad","","0","308.42 mA ∠-2.69 rad","","100","1.0452 A ∠-0.45 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 10.874 mA ∠2.79 rad

I_{2} = 5.9913 mA ∠1.8 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","10.874 mA ∠-2.79 rad","","0","9.0751 mA ∠-2.91 rad","","100","9.0751 mA ∠2.91 rad","","0","5.9913 mA ∠-1.8 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 1.3883 A ∠0.93 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 1.2131 A ∠0.93 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.2131 A ∠0.93 rad","","0","1.3883 A ∠-0.93 rad","","0","175.22 mA ∠0.93 rad","","100","1.2131 A ∠-0.93 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 466.33 uA ∠1.33 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 455.68 uA ∠1.12 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","455.68 uA ∠-1.12 rad","","0","455.68 uA ∠1.12 rad","","0","99.108 uA ∠2.69 rad","","100","466.33 uA ∠-1.33 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 1.1667 mA ∠0.5 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 666.67 uA ∠0.5 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.1667 mA ∠0.5 rad","","0","500 uA ∠-0.5 rad","","0","500 uA ∠0.5 rad","","100","666.67 uA ∠0.5 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 161.87 mA ∠2.17 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 220.69 mA ∠2.17 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","161.87 mA ∠-2.17 rad","","0","220.69 mA ∠2.17 rad","","0","58.82 mA ∠-0.97 rad","","100","161.87 mA ∠2.17 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 3.7237 A ∠-0.4 rad

I_{3} = 17.814 A ∠1.17 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","18.199 A ∠0.97 rad","","100","17.814 A ∠1.17 rad","","0","18.199 A ∠-0.97 rad","","0","3.7237 A ∠0.4 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 1.1853 mA ∠0.13 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 820.57 uA ∠0.13 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","820.57 uA ∠0.13 rad","","0","364.7 uA ∠0.13 rad","","100","1.1853 mA ∠0.13 rad","","0","364.7 uA ∠-0.13 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 72.003 mA ∠-2.41 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 17.098 mA ∠0.73 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","17.098 mA ∠0.73 rad","","0","89.102 mA ∠2.41 rad","","0","72.003 mA ∠2.41 rad","","0","89.102 mA ∠-2.41 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 12.124 mA ∠3 rad

I_{2} = 9.4473 mA ∠3 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.6767 mA ∠3 rad","","100","12.124 mA ∠3 rad","","0","12.124 mA ∠-3 rad","","0","9.4473 mA ∠-3 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 208.04 mA ∠-2.51 rad

I_{2} = 33.145 mA ∠0.63 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","241.19 mA ∠2.51 rad","","0","241.19 mA ∠-2.51 rad","","100","208.04 mA ∠-2.51 rad","","0","208.04 mA ∠2.51 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 178.77 mA ∠0.4 rad

I_{2} = ?

I_{3} = 177.16 mA ∠0.53 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","23.966 mA ∠-1.04 rad","","100","23.966 mA ∠1.04 rad","","0","178.77 mA ∠-0.4 rad","","0","178.77 mA ∠0.4 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = 402.2 mA ∠-1.17 rad

I_{2} = 286.79 mA ∠-1.17 rad

I_{3} = ?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","115.42 mA ∠-1.17 rad","","100","402.2 mA ∠-1.17 rad","","0","402.2 mA ∠1.17 rad","","0","286.79 mA ∠1.17 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Kirchoffs current and voltage laws","ac_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchoff Analysis AC","Identify the missing current value by analysing the circuit below given that:

I_{1} = ?

I_{2} = 3.9789 mA ∠-0.87 rad

I_{3} = 4.1667 mA ∠0.7 rad

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.1667 mA ∠0.7 rad","","0","5.7613 mA ∠-0.06 rad","","100","4.1667 mA ∠-0.7 rad","","0","5.7613 mA ∠0.06 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 50 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.8864 μA ∠-0.55 rad","","100","2.041 μA ∠-0.55 rad","","0","1.4432 μA ∠-0.55 rad","","0","8.2963 μA ∠2.33 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 1000 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","12.195 mA ∠0 rad","","0","132.09 mA ∠-0.13 rad","","0","37.639 mA ∠-0.68 rad","","100","143.51 mA ∠0.17 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","400.04 μA ∠2.79 rad","","0","261.36 μA ∠-0.66 rad","","0","92.406 μA ∠-0.66 rad","","0","45.485 μA ∠-1.79 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 10 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.54 μA ∠0.69 rad","","100","892.86 nA ∠0 rad","","0","4.7586 μA ∠1.72 rad","","0","7.2336 μA ∠-0.21 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 800 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","821.54 mA ∠-0.62 rad","","0","880.58 mA ∠2.84 rad","","0","296.62 mA ∠-1.63 rad","","100","1.7612 A ∠2.84 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","277.85 μA ∠0.66 rad","","100","555.7 μA ∠0.66 rad","","0","339.2 μA ∠1.71 rad","","0","453.33 μA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 1000 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","257.61 mA ∠0 rad","","0","1.4358 A ∠0 rad","","0","2.0662 A ∠-0.07 rad","","100","162.93 mA ∠1.05 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 90 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","112.77 mA ∠-0.6 rad","","100","125.08 mA ∠0 rad","","0","28.264 mA ∠0 rad","","0","99.587 mA ∠0.69 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 300 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","25.899 mA ∠0 rad","","0","48.625 mA ∠-0.8 rad","","100","5.1282 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","39.088 mA ∠1.11 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 400 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","200.93 μA ∠-0.72 rad","","100","100 μA ∠0 rad","","0","685.7 μA ∠1.72 rad","","0","401.86 μA ∠-0.72 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 70 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0 A ∠0 rad","","0","0 A ∠0 rad","","0","45.455 mA ∠1.7 rad","","100","454.55 mA ∠1.7 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 30 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.3619 μA ∠-2.18 rad","","100","5.3112 μA ∠-0.5 rad","","0","2.1809 μA ∠-2.18 rad","","0","20.979 μA ∠0.17 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 30 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","29.446 mA ∠-0.85 rad","","0","58.891 mA ∠-0.85 rad","","100","1.348 mA ∠0 rad","","0","15.713 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 60 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","409.24 μA ∠-0.86 rad","","100","490.09 μA ∠-0.46 rad","","0","258.29 μA ∠-0.64 rad","","0","15.441 μA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 900 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","202.98 μA ∠2.44 rad","","0","983.82 μA ∠-0.15 rad","","100","50 μA ∠3.14 rad","","0","101.49 μA ∠2.44 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 30 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","150.77 μA ∠0.55 rad","","0","2.8595 μA ∠3.14 rad","","0","23.57 μA ∠0 rad","","0","78.462 μA ∠-1.51 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 10 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.6095 mA ∠2.63 rad","","100","138.65 μA ∠0 rad","","0","98.039 μA ∠0 rad","","0","2.3047 mA ∠2.63 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 600 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","14.104 mA ∠-2.75 rad","","100","101.38 mA ∠2.95 rad","","0","97.689 mA ∠-0.28 rad","","0","7.0519 mA ∠-2.75 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 20 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.2488 mA ∠-0.59 rad","","100","14.981 mA ∠0.05 rad","","0","6.364 mA ∠0 rad","","0","624.41 μA ∠-0.59 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 500 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","112.2 μA ∠-0.58 rad","","100","242.61 μA ∠-0.18 rad","","0","30 μA ∠0 rad","","0","136.71 μA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 300 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","190 μA ∠2.9 rad","","0","266.75 μA ∠3.01 rad","","0","266.75 μA ∠-0.11 rad","","0","10 μA ∠2.9 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 20 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.4598 A ∠-0.69 rad","","100","2.2947 A ∠1.28 rad","","0","3.4392 A ∠-0.47 rad","","0","1.6245 A ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 10 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","48.148 μA ∠-0.37 rad","","0","134.99 μA ∠0 rad","","0","96.296 μA ∠-0.37 rad","","100","630.47 μA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 10 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.0657 A ∠0.35 rad","","100","592.59 mA ∠0 rad","","0","532.83 mA ∠0.35 rad","","0","4.0199 A ∠1.63 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 100 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.6955 A ∠-0.73 rad","","100","2.9082 A ∠-0.82 rad","","0","4.384 A ∠0.94 rad","","0","447.53 mA ∠2.11 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 90 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","26.083 mA ∠-0.53 rad","","0","31.745 mA ∠-0.98 rad","","100","54.393 mA ∠0 rad","","0","5.4945 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.8455 A ∠-0.22 rad","","100","1.9228 A ∠-0.22 rad","","0","863.36 mA ∠1.37 rad","","0","1.3726 A ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 90 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","18.519 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","546.47 mA ∠2.95 rad","","100","1.0929 A ∠2.95 rad","","0","314.93 mA ∠1.25 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.3216 mA ∠2.78 rad","","0","3.2833 mA ∠2.78 rad","","0","1.1336 mA ∠1.22 rad","","0","1.415 mA ∠3.08 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 500 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","270.34 mA ∠0 rad","","0","2.8927 A ∠0 rad","","0","10.852 A ∠0.82 rad","","0","9.2018 A ∠-1.04 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 200 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","232.82 μA ∠0 rad","","0","27.5 μA ∠0 rad","","0","239.36 μA ∠-0.17 rad","","100","150.39 μA ∠-0.14 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 50 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","111.78 mA ∠2.53 rad","","0","79.043 mA ∠2.53 rad","","100","4.1248 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","43.985 mA ∠2.42 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","301.59 mA ∠-0.42 rad","","0","603.18 mA ∠-0.42 rad","","100","1.0079 A ∠-0.17 rad","","0","476.12 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 70 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.8957 A ∠-0.69 rad","","100","269.23 mA ∠0 rad","","0","3.4597 A ∠-0.25 rad","","0","1.2565 A ∠-0.5 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 90 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.0449 mA ∠-1.2 rad","","100","494.97 μA ∠3.14 rad","","0","1.4778 mA ∠-1.2 rad","","0","700 μA ∠3.14 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 50 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7.2076 mA ∠2.96 rad","","0","8.4493 mA ∠-0.83 rad","","0","10.193 mA ∠2.96 rad","","100","24.134 mA ∠2.71 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 50 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5.1282 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","1.8131 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","3.6262 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","3.9569 mA ∠-0.96 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 90 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","670.41 μA ∠1.92 rad","","0","251.58 μA ∠1.96 rad","","100","237.03 μA ∠1.92 rad","","0","94.184 μA ∠-0.45 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 100 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","21.437 mA ∠-2.46 rad","","100","51.917 mA ∠0 rad","","0","10.719 mA ∠-2.46 rad","","0","1.3553 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","29.795 mA ∠-0.5 rad","","0","65.157 mA ∠-0.32 rad","","0","50.769 mA ∠-0.6 rad","","100","29.912 mA ∠1.29 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.4436 mA ∠0.25 rad","","0","6.4551 mA ∠-0.06 rad","","100","4.0387 mA ∠-0.04 rad","","0","686.27 μA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 700 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.1333 mA ∠-2.46 rad","","100","1.3867 mA ∠2.94 rad","","0","9.8524 mA ∠0.22 rad","","0","3.0169 mA ∠-2.46 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 200 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","12.362 A ∠-0.57 rad","","100","21.99 A ∠-0.21 rad","","0","6.1808 A ∠-0.57 rad","","0","4.3957 A ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 700 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.7612 mA ∠2.57 rad","","0","3.5223 mA ∠2.57 rad","","100","1.389 mA ∠0 rad","","0","2.7779 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 70 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","25.618 mA ∠-0.7 rad","","100","1.0709 mA ∠0 rad","","0","7.2675 mA ∠0 rad","","0","33.867 mA ∠-0.35 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 300 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","935.16 mA ∠-0.85 rad","","100","50 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","908.56 mA ∠0.88 rad","","0","1.3114 A ∠-0.39 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 10 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","126.74 mA ∠-0.91 rad","","0","246.47 mA ∠0.95 rad","","0","70.711 mA ∠0 rad","","0","253.48 mA ∠-0.91 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 300 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","66.667 mA ∠0 rad","","0","110.48 mA ∠1.05 rad","","100","220.96 mA ∠1.05 rad","","0","282.53 mA ∠2.42 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 900 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.2978 A ∠3.01 rad","","0","472.73 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","648.88 mA ∠3.01 rad","","100","823.42 mA ∠-1.61 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 60 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","8.2627 A ∠-0.53 rad","","0","1.8702 A ∠1.87 rad","","0","7.4809 A ∠1.87 rad","","0","1.6876 A ∠1.05 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 700 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","156.78 mA ∠-0.52 rad","","0","116.77 mA ∠-0.42 rad","","0","171.11 mA ∠0.15 rad","","100","183.15 mA ∠1.44 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","31.459 mA ∠-1.11 rad","","100","18.675 mA ∠-0.56 rad","","0","69.019 mA ∠-0.36 rad","","0","18.589 mA ∠-1.05 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 1000 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7.123 mA ∠0.44 rad","","0","718.39 mA ∠0.17 rad","","0","627.4 mA ∠2.99 rad","","0","156.09 mA ∠0.36 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 70 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","64.915 mA ∠2.65 rad","","0","31.007 mA ∠2.6 rad","","100","16.229 mA ∠2.65 rad","","0","20.913 mA ∠2.58 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.8944 mA ∠-1.67 rad","","0","2.6676 mA ∠2.58 rad","","0","1.0252 mA ∠-2.92 rad","","100","724.92 μA ∠-2.92 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 200 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.0364 A ∠-1.93 rad","","100","101.51 mA ∠1.41 rad","","0","101.51 mA ∠-1.41 rad","","0","1.9275 A ∠-1 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 1000 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","102.41 mA ∠-0.9 rad","","100","165.21 mA ∠0.45 rad","","0","192.6 mA ∠-0.25 rad","","0","9.5652 mA ∠0.04 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 800 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","23.789 mA ∠2.93 rad","","0","11.291 mA ∠2.29 rad","","0","16.821 mA ∠2.93 rad","","100","23.328 mA ∠-2.93 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 700 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","23.304 mA ∠-0.3 rad","","100","23.847 mA ∠2.74 rad","","0","15.627 mA ∠3.04 rad","","0","32.957 mA ∠-0.3 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 900 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","313.84 μA ∠-0.68 rad","","0","182.51 μA ∠2.97 rad","","0","685.77 μA ∠-0.17 rad","","0","406.35 μA ∠-2.75 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 100 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","72.059 mA ∠2.96 rad","","0","35.506 mA ∠-3.03 rad","","100","72.059 mA ∠3.02 rad","","0","288.24 mA ∠2.96 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 30 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","384.3 mA ∠-0.34 rad","","0","192.15 mA ∠-0.34 rad","","100","355.7 mA ∠-0.62 rad","","0","34.828 mA ∠-3 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 30 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","207.02 mA ∠0.77 rad","","100","242.41 mA ∠-1.48 rad","","0","701.19 mA ∠1.34 rad","","0","741.18 mA ∠1.65 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 500 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6.9744 A ∠-2.81 rad","","0","7.1467 A ∠1.65 rad","","0","9.8633 A ∠2.8 rad","","100","1.0579 A ∠1.98 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 70 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","92.371 mA ∠-0.37 rad","","0","130.63 mA ∠-0.37 rad","","100","504.72 mA ∠2.81 rad","","0","485.48 mA ∠-0.58 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 20 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9.5007 mA ∠0.26 rad","","0","75.958 mA ∠-0.54 rad","","0","43.066 mA ∠0.89 rad","","0","53.283 mA ∠-1.08 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","432.45 mA ∠0.59 rad","","0","2.0479 A ∠0.37 rad","","0","826.74 mA ∠0.09 rad","","0","1.6596 A ∠-0.91 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 50 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","314.24 mA ∠0.99 rad","","100","40.545 mA ∠1.06 rad","","0","87.211 mA ∠-0.13 rad","","0","25.846 mA ∠2.02 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 1000 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","23.88 mA ∠-0.08 rad","","100","1.9462 mA ∠-0.14 rad","","0","2.1566 mA ∠-0.89 rad","","0","7.1374 mA ∠1.08 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 100 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","983.02 mA ∠-1.93 rad","","100","3.0788 A ∠0.47 rad","","0","4.8336 A ∠-0.27 rad","","0","1.541 A ∠-1.39 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 100 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","92.96 mA ∠-0.24 rad","","100","95.741 mA ∠-0.23 rad","","0","44.322 mA ∠-0.07 rad","","0","54.741 mA ∠-0.33 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7.1167 mA ∠-0.92 rad","","100","5.7932 mA ∠-0.14 rad","","0","2.8879 mA ∠0.22 rad","","0","3.9453 mA ∠-0.76 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 500 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","65.795 mA ∠-0.36 rad","","0","6.4057 mA ∠-3.1 rad","","0","54.344 mA ∠-0.74 rad","","100","31.422 mA ∠-0.63 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","97.007 mA ∠-2.63 rad","","0","844.52 mA ∠-1.32 rad","","100","615.83 mA ∠-0.67 rad","","0","1.3036 A ∠-0.62 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 900 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","883.33 mA ∠-0.38 rad","","0","86.785 mA ∠0.16 rad","","0","272.24 mA ∠0.16 rad","","0","622 mA ∠-0.62 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 800 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0 A ∠0 rad","","0","212.72 μA ∠-0.02 rad","","100","2.1272 mA ∠-0.02 rad","","0","2.1272 mA ∠-0.02 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","731.02 μA ∠-0.11 rad","","0","12.069 mA ∠1.19 rad","","0","4.267 mA ∠1.19 rad","","0","5.7017 mA ∠1.39 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","283.43 mA ∠-1.53 rad","","0","277.44 mA ∠1.21 rad","","0","347.34 mA ∠0.31 rad","","100","237.75 mA ∠1.6 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 300 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.9362 A ∠0.75 rad","","0","7.8724 A ∠0.75 rad","","100","2.4154 A ∠0.78 rad","","0","8.5317 A ∠1.01 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 10 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","78.61 mA ∠2.78 rad","","100","45.324 mA ∠1.41 rad","","0","458.08 mA ∠-2.89 rad","","0","105.54 mA ∠-0.34 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 500 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","138.2 mA ∠0.29 rad","","0","54.643 mA ∠-1.79 rad","","100","176.55 mA ∠-0.26 rad","","0","61.434 mA ∠-1.29 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 100 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","818.37 mA ∠3.08 rad","","0","194.79 mA ∠-1.83 rad","","0","580.88 mA ∠3.04 rad","","0","391.05 mA ∠-2.97 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 70 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","16.874 mA ∠-2.71 rad","","0","99.697 mA ∠-0.71 rad","","100","55.447 mA ∠-0.75 rad","","0","47.726 mA ∠2.71 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 30 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","29.143 mA ∠-0.23 rad","","0","25.874 mA ∠0.03 rad","","0","18.138 mA ∠-0.52 rad","","100","8.825 mA ∠-0.47 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.5119 mA ∠2.45 rad","","0","2.1167 mA ∠-2.64 rad","","0","1.0879 mA ∠2.6 rad","","0","3.9957 mA ∠-0.47 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 20 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0 A ∠0 rad","","0","0 A ∠0 rad","","0","0 A ∠0 rad","","0","41.651 μA ∠0.03 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 1000 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","18.197 mA ∠-0.03 rad","","0","21.506 mA ∠-0.64 rad","","100","4.869 mA ∠1.87 rad","","0","21.248 mA ∠-0.23 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 900 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.1234 mA ∠-2.62 rad","","100","1.7057 mA ∠-0.58 rad","","0","3.3617 mA ∠-0.25 rad","","0","7.0091 mA ∠-0.14 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 400 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.3024 A ∠2.58 rad","","0","325.59 mA ∠2.58 rad","","0","482.1 mA ∠2.64 rad","","0","185.23 mA ∠-2.4 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 400 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","87.577 mA ∠-0.87 rad","","100","97.997 mA ∠-0.63 rad","","0","10.116 mA ∠2.53 rad","","0","81.877 mA ∠-0.55 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","16.458 mA ∠-1.06 rad","","0","2.6561 mA ∠-0.7 rad","","0","9.7519 mA ∠-1.52 rad","","100","35.651 mA ∠1.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 700 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.2398 A ∠2.66 rad","","0","1.5241 A ∠-1 rad","","100","1.3187 A ∠3.06 rad","","0","637.59 mA ∠-1.18 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 200 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","116.6 mA ∠-0.43 rad","","100","77.454 mA ∠-0.18 rad","","0","203.95 mA ∠-0.67 rad","","0","135.97 mA ∠0.8 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 70 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","31.837 mA ∠0.84 rad","","0","24.279 mA ∠-0.79 rad","","0","9.206 mA ∠-1.65 rad","","0","18.412 mA ∠-1.19 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 60 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","276.13 mA ∠-0.63 rad","","100","22.432 mA ∠0.33 rad","","0","174.88 mA ∠-0.47 rad","","0","445.28 mA ∠-0.24 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 20 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.6514 A ∠0.16 rad","","0","272.63 mA ∠-0.15 rad","","0","574.65 mA ∠-0.24 rad","","100","1.7872 A ∠-0.05 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 30 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.7939 mA ∠0.12 rad","","0","18.279 mA ∠-0.04 rad","","0","7.6564 mA ∠-0.32 rad","","0","15.053 mA ∠-0.34 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 600 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","118.79 mA ∠-2.05 rad","","100","245.76 mA ∠0.9 rad","","0","102.48 mA ∠-1.53 rad","","0","85.069 mA ∠-0.39 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","256.97 mA ∠-0.74 rad","","0","374.23 mA ∠-0.14 rad","","0","421.22 mA ∠-0.52 rad","","0","361.08 mA ∠-0.98 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 10 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.1339 mA ∠0.14 rad","","0","5.4146 mA ∠-0.41 rad","","0","12.902 mA ∠-0.83 rad","","100","37.363 mA ∠-0.72 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 200 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","482.06 mA ∠1.97 rad","","0","681.73 mA ∠1.97 rad","","100","1.3635 A ∠1.97 rad","","0","340.87 mA ∠1.97 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 30 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","321.1 μA ∠2.3 rad","","100","621.31 μA ∠0 rad","","0","642.19 μA ∠2.3 rad","","0","160.55 μA ∠2.3 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 1000 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","99.401 μA ∠0.25 rad","","0","170.56 μA ∠1.08 rad","","0","65.986 μA ∠0.67 rad","","0","85.28 μA ∠1.08 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 200 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","528.47 μA ∠1.34 rad","","0","553.19 μA ∠0.03 rad","","0","257.31 μA ∠1.33 rad","","0","277.3 μA ∠1.28 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 900 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","195.63 mA ∠0.47 rad","","0","47.008 mA ∠0.73 rad","","0","131.96 mA ∠0.94 rad","","100","326.36 mA ∠0.06 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 800 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","37.862 mA ∠0.01 rad","","0","8.7396 mA ∠0 rad","","0","19.587 mA ∠0.02 rad","","100","13.639 mA ∠0.02 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.5501 mA ∠0 rad","","0","9.116 mA ∠0.01 rad","","100","18.555 mA ∠0 rad","","0","6.4976 mA ∠0.01 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 400 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","587.84 μA ∠2.06 rad","","0","493.14 μA ∠3.14 rad","","0","1.5034 mA ∠2.07 rad","","0","831.34 μA ∠2.06 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","11.195 mA ∠2.12 rad","","0","30.519 mA ∠2.07 rad","","0","15.833 mA ∠2.12 rad","","100","21.256 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 10 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.6392 mA ∠0.39 rad","","0","3.917 mA ∠0.37 rad","","0","4.9952 mA ∠-2.73 rad","","0","5.2784 mA ∠0.39 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 60 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5.3278 mA ∠0 rad","","0","4.8749 mA ∠2.23 rad","","0","8.7426 mA ∠1.94 rad","","100","6.182 mA ∠1.94 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 400 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.4549 mA ∠2.29 rad","","100","727.45 μA ∠2.29 rad","","0","1.0288 mA ∠2.29 rad","","0","1.9275 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 20 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.5247 mA ∠0.01 rad","","0","1.2709 mA ∠0.03 rad","","100","895.87 μA ∠0.02 rad","","0","606.08 μA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 90 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","291.16 μA ∠0.26 rad","","0","202.54 μA ∠3.14 rad","","0","823.53 μA ∠0.26 rad","","0","411.76 μA ∠0.26 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 20 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.9025 mA ∠0.33 rad","","0","3.9372 mA ∠0.46 rad","","100","2.6906 mA ∠0.33 rad","","0","1.3712 mA ∠2.24 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","479.69 μA ∠-2.03 rad","","0","413.66 μA ∠0.55 rad","","0","14.49 μA ∠3.14 rad","","0","756.18 μA ∠0.6 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 900 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.3484 mA ∠1.99 rad","","0","587.09 μA ∠1.99 rad","","0","345.04 μA ∠0 rad","","0","1.1742 mA ∠1.99 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 600 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","35.458 mA ∠3.06 rad","","0","58.431 mA ∠0.25 rad","","100","41.867 mA ∠0.18 rad","","0","29.604 mA ∠0.18 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 600 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","16.066 mA ∠0 rad","","0","32.953 mA ∠0 rad","","0","24.219 mA ∠0.11 rad","","100","48.99 mA ∠0.04 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 900 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","31.368 mA ∠2.66 rad","","0","23.981 mA ∠0.33 rad","","0","121.43 mA ∠2.84 rad","","100","16.957 mA ∠0.33 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 60 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","63.129 mA ∠1.31 rad","","100","41.766 mA ∠1.2 rad","","0","83.531 mA ∠1.2 rad","","0","112.96 mA ∠3.04 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 500 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","15.724 mA ∠0.01 rad","","0","5.7223 mA ∠0.02 rad","","0","10.313 mA ∠0 rad","","0","8.2839 mA ∠0.02 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 700 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","102.39 μA ∠0.06 rad","","0","234.88 μA ∠2.31 rad","","100","199.91 μA ∠2.29 rad","","0","166.09 μA ∠2.31 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 700 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.2738 A ∠2.68 rad","","100","1.7455 A ∠0 rad","","0","636.88 mA ∠2.68 rad","","0","1.2833 A ∠0.11 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 70 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","91.062 μA ∠-0.42 rad","","0","55.334 μA ∠2.4 rad","","100","21.249 μA ∠3.14 rad","","0","26.417 μA ∠1.63 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 90 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9.6314 μA ∠2.35 rad","","100","4.8157 μA ∠2.35 rad","","0","8.3832 μA ∠2.46 rad","","0","16.349 μA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 100 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","61.246 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","32.185 mA ∠0.68 rad","","0","45.242 mA ∠0.72 rad","","100","31.631 mA ∠3.11 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 30 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","26.109 mA ∠0.02 rad","","0","36.923 mA ∠0.02 rad","","0","104.44 mA ∠0.02 rad","","0","63.099 mA ∠2.64 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 800 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","47.912 μA ∠0.05 rad","","0","67.173 μA ∠0 rad","","0","194.2 μA ∠0 rad","","0","95.824 μA ∠0.05 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 400 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","503.68 μA ∠1.57 rad","","0","391.6 μA ∠3.14 rad","","0","371.48 μA ∠1.86 rad","","0","742.96 μA ∠1.86 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 600 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","86.888 μA ∠1.18 rad","","100","64.769 μA ∠1.07 rad","","0","81.113 μA ∠-1.71 rad","","0","43.444 μA ∠1.18 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 600 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.4035 A ∠0.03 rad","","100","6.3611 A ∠0.01 rad","","0","2.185 A ∠0 rad","","0","3.1528 A ∠0.02 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","744.42 μA ∠3.14 rad","","0","949.58 μA ∠0.49 rad","","100","474.79 μA ∠0.49 rad","","0","339.35 μA ∠2.74 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 700 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","83.485 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","118.07 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","821.54 mA ∠2.24 rad","","100","236.13 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 90 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","350.04 μA ∠3.14 rad","","0","123.76 μA ∠3.14 rad","","0","664.06 μA ∠2.4 rad","","0","469.56 μA ∠2.4 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 100 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","313.17 μA ∠-1.37 rad","","0","471.53 μA ∠0.48 rad","","0","278.34 μA ∠0.58 rad","","0","483.99 μA ∠0.69 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 70 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","8.2056 mA ∠2.39 rad","","100","4.5628 mA ∠2.09 rad","","0","4.4657 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","3.9246 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.1332 mA ∠1.71 rad","","0","3.6793 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","2.7862 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","5.8879 mA ∠1.76 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 700 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","237.44 mA ∠-0.26 rad","","0","269.54 mA ∠2.72 rad","","100","370.8 mA ∠3.05 rad","","0","539.08 mA ∠2.72 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 90 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","407.3 μA ∠2.72 rad","","0","208.35 μA ∠0.07 rad","","0","500.7 μA ∠2.68 rad","","100","354.05 μA ∠2.68 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 400 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","133.1 mA ∠0.08 rad","","0","268.66 mA ∠-0.08 rad","","0","404.83 mA ∠0 rad","","0","175.23 mA ∠0.13 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 1000 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","36.257 mA ∠0.01 rad","","0","25.38 mA ∠0 rad","","0","18.035 mA ∠0.02 rad","","100","18.339 mA ∠-0.02 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 200 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.4647 A ∠0 rad","","0","785.39 mA ∠0 rad","","100","508.04 mA ∠0 rad","","0","392.69 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 500 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","458.41 μA ∠1.33 rad","","0","1.8336 mA ∠1.33 rad","","0","376.73 μA ∠3.14 rad","","0","916.82 μA ∠1.33 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 90 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.2009 mA ∠0 rad","","0","11.836 mA ∠0.64 rad","","100","5.9179 mA ∠0.64 rad","","0","7.348 mA ∠-1.82 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 50 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","942.19 μA ∠2.16 rad","","0","1.2989 mA ∠2.12 rad","","0","1.1928 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","1.8844 mA ∠2.16 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 60 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","210.83 μA ∠0 rad","","0","567.47 μA ∠0.15 rad","","100","390.03 μA ∠0.11 rad","","0","967.25 μA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 50 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5.7392 mA ∠0 rad","","0","4.0337 mA ∠0 rad","","0","16.34 mA ∠0 rad","","0","8.0721 mA ∠0 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 60 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","25.337 mA ∠0.13 rad","","0","12.981 mA ∠2.8 rad","","0","11.531 mA ∠0 rad","","0","25.962 mA ∠2.8 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 200 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6.5886 mA ∠1.88 rad","","0","13.177 mA ∠1.88 rad","","100","26.355 mA ∠1.88 rad","","0","25.65 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.8858 A ∠1.67 rad","","0","995.81 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","1.4429 A ∠1.67 rad","","100","2.0405 A ∠1.67 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 800 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","108.57 mA ∠1.38 rad","","100","180.03 mA ∠3.05 rad","","0","45.007 mA ∠3.05 rad","","0","89.996 mA ∠-1.59 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 100 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","10.955 mA ∠-1.76 rad","","0","93.227 μA ∠0 rad","","0","27.4 mA ∠2.96 rad","","0","15.493 mA ∠-1.76 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","28.364 mA ∠2.94 rad","","0","146.39 mA ∠0.15 rad","","0","68.661 mA ∠0.33 rad","","100","68.074 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 500 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","140.06 mA ∠0.26 rad","","0","280.11 mA ∠0.26 rad","","100","447.57 mA ∠0 rad","","0","198.07 mA ∠0.26 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 600 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.387 A ∠-0.25 rad","","0","527.11 mA ∠0 rad","","0","527.17 mA ∠1.34 rad","","100","3.1525 A ∠2.62 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 1000 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.2872 A ∠0.27 rad","","0","528.34 mA ∠0.43 rad","","0","910.2 mA ∠0.27 rad","","100","266.44 mA ∠0.45 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 60 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9.598 A ∠1.55 rad","","0","3.5064 A ∠1.54 rad","","0","9.204 A ∠3.14 rad","","0","4.799 A ∠1.55 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","104.85 mA ∠0.04 rad","","0","109.36 mA ∠2.69 rad","","0","72.803 mA ∠2.7 rad","","0","76.464 mA ∠2.64 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 70 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","64.589 mA ∠1.22 rad","","100","32.294 mA ∠1.22 rad","","0","129.18 mA ∠1.22 rad","","0","81.992 mA ∠1.01 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 300 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","11.071 mA ∠0.12 rad","","0","7.9352 mA ∠0.25 rad","","0","5.611 mA ∠0.25 rad","","100","7.3996 mA ∠0.2 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 60 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5.453 mA ∠0.67 rad","","0","2.7265 mA ∠0.67 rad","","100","1.3633 mA ∠0.67 rad","","0","3.2942 mA ∠3.02 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 500 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","18.482 A ∠3.13 rad","","0","9.5071 A ∠1.79 rad","","0","13.445 A ∠1.79 rad","","100","6.7226 A ∠1.79 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 400 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.1919 A ∠-0.3 rad","","100","3.1514 A ∠2.8 rad","","0","6.2627 A ∠3.12 rad","","0","1.5657 A ∠3.12 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 700 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.0111 mA ∠-0.03 rad","","0","2.0222 mA ∠-0.03 rad","","0","1.4271 mA ∠0.04 rad","","100","2.5476 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 30 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","20.826 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","14.623 mA ∠0.97 rad","","100","20.198 mA ∠0.95 rad","","0","29.245 mA ∠0.97 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 90 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","18.694 mA ∠1.9 rad","","0","6.6092 mA ∠1.9 rad","","0","26.437 mA ∠1.9 rad","","0","14.553 mA ∠1.92 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 600 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","108.44 mA ∠3.04 rad","","0","62.474 mA ∠0.22 rad","","0","54.219 mA ∠3.04 rad","","0","85.795 mA ∠0.32 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 200 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","246.01 mA ∠-2.22 rad","","0","174.67 mA ∠3.12 rad","","0","123 mA ∠-2.22 rad","","100","87.334 mA ∠3.12 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","44.283 mA ∠0.97 rad","","0","43.212 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","22.626 mA ∠0.97 rad","","0","31.312 mA ∠0.97 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 100 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9.4361 mA ∠-2.03 rad","","0","19.861 mA ∠3.03 rad","","0","12.193 mA ∠1.05 rad","","100","17.244 mA ∠1.05 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 500 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","696.68 mA ∠0.61 rad","","100","859.17 mA ∠1.09 rad","","0","412.03 mA ∠1.07 rad","","0","251.12 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 800 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","15.497 mA ∠0.79 rad","","0","103.58 mA ∠0.74 rad","","100","21.916 mA ∠0.79 rad","","0","131.71 mA ∠0.54 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","13.641 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","16.013 mA ∠-3.02 rad","","0","15.457 mA ∠-1.23 rad","","100","15.224 mA ∠-0.58 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 1000 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","330.21 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","82.552 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","307.22 mA ∠-2.7 rad","","100","153.61 mA ∠-2.7 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 80 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","40.273 mA ∠2.36 rad","","0","358.15 mA ∠0.28 rad","","0","56.954 mA ∠2.36 rad","","0","180.95 mA ∠0.62 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 800 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","60.914 mA ∠0 rad","","0","51.463 mA ∠1.09 rad","","100","121.88 mA ∠-0.07 rad","","0","72.78 mA ∠1.09 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 900 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","11.201 mA ∠0.6 rad","","0","5.6003 mA ∠0.6 rad","","100","3.5618 mA ∠0 rad","","0","2.1894 mA ∠1.19 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","817.57 mA ∠2.54 rad","","100","578.11 mA ∠2.54 rad","","0","115.69 mA ∠0 rad","","0","1.6351 A ∠2.54 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 100 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6.1873 mA ∠0 rad","","0","17.194 mA ∠0.79 rad","","100","26.695 mA ∠0.02 rad","","0","6.0134 mA ∠1.4 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 200 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.634 mA ∠0.32 rad","","100","2.0445 mA ∠0.13 rad","","0","1.317 mA ∠0.32 rad","","0","1.8248 mA ∠0.11 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 900 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","234.62 mA ∠2.97 rad","","0","467.39 mA ∠3.11 rad","","0","116.85 mA ∠3.11 rad","","0","238.7 mA ∠-0.11 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 1000 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.0782 mA ∠0.54 rad","","100","1.143 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","4.5722 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","5.3794 mA ∠0.23 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 300 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.0964 A ∠3.14 rad","","0","6.2515 A ∠1.13 rad","","0","4.3855 A ∠3.14 rad","","0","8.841 A ∠1.13 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","10.764 mA ∠1 rad","","0","8.5513 mA ∠0 rad","","0","17.103 mA ∠0 rad","","0","15.223 mA ∠1 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","33.223 mA ∠2.08 rad","","100","59.749 mA ∠1.98 rad","","0","46.985 mA ∠2.08 rad","","0","23.493 mA ∠2.08 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 70 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7.677 A ∠0.57 rad","","100","10.493 A ∠3.11 rad","","0","14.424 A ∠3.14 rad","","0","7.2907 A ∠-2.62 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 900 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","101.78 mA ∠-0.02 rad","","0","71.921 mA ∠0.03 rad","","100","35.96 mA ∠0.03 rad","","0","33.392 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","216.34 mA ∠-0.07 rad","","0","153.18 mA ∠-0.07 rad","","100","168.78 mA ∠-0.05 rad","","0","305.92 mA ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 60 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","334.43 mA ∠1.43 rad","","100","167.21 mA ∠1.43 rad","","0","374.67 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","529.86 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 1000 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","212.22 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","600.26 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","213.61 mA ∠2.45 rad","","0","302.09 mA ∠2.45 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 200 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.1626 A ∠-2.57 rad","","0","2.9192 A ∠-2.59 rad","","100","1.4717 A ∠-2.57 rad","","0","5.8868 A ∠-2.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 400 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.2469 A ∠0.23 rad","","0","1.7633 A ∠0.23 rad","","100","1.7266 A ∠0 rad","","0","881.66 mA ∠0.23 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 70 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","248.59 mA ∠1.96 rad","","0","702.07 mA ∠1.4 rad","","0","222.62 mA ∠0 rad","","0","496.44 mA ∠1.4 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 100 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","388.78 mA ∠-0.03 rad","","0","191.45 mA ∠0.17 rad","","0","270.75 mA ∠0.17 rad","","100","135.37 mA ∠0.17 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 500 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","13.34 mA ∠1.6 rad","","100","18.865 mA ∠1.6 rad","","0","6.5238 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","9.4131 mA ∠1.56 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 300 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","24.795 mA ∠3.14 rad","","0","17.727 mA ∠0.26 rad","","100","8.8636 mA ∠0.26 rad","","0","35.454 mA ∠0.26 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 100 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","126.1 mA ∠0.4 rad","","100","64.432 mA ∠-0.03 rad","","0","211.01 mA ∠0.52 rad","","0","52.752 mA ∠0.52 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 40 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","349.14 mA ∠0.36 rad","","0","127 mA ∠0.57 rad","","100","87.285 mA ∠0.36 rad","","0","179.61 mA ∠0.57 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Superposition","ac_superposition","AC Superposition","The AC voltage sources in the circuit below oscillate at 1000 Hz. Determine the current flowing through the resistor labelled R1 in the circuit below from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","182.62 mA ∠3.05 rad","","0","127.37 mA ∠1.42 rad","","0","274.66 mA ∠1.54 rad","","100","129.13 mA ∠3.05 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 200 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","33.531 V ∠-0.39 rad","","0","30.483 V ∠-0.39 rad","","0","266.03 V ∠0.91 rad","","0","221.69 V ∠0.91 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 30 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7.776 Ω ∠-0.94 rad","","0","149.91 mΩ ∠-1.45 rad","","0","6.2208 Ω ∠0.94 rad","","0","149.91 mΩ ∠1.45 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 600 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","148.87 V ∠1.5 rad","","0","75.185 mV ∠1.8 rad","","100","90.222 mV ∠-1.8 rad","","0","162.4 V ∠1.5 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","20 V ∠-0.1 rad","","0","353.54 V ∠0.41 rad","","0","20 V ∠0.1 rad","","0","25 V ∠0.1 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 80 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","12 V ∠0 rad","","0","220 V ∠-2.7 rad","","0","220 V ∠2.7 rad","","100","16.5 V ∠0 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 700 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","10.803 kV ∠-0.02 rad","","0","14.404 kV ∠-0.02 rad","","0","1 V ∠2.6 rad","","100","14.404 kV ∠0.02 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 40 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.0944 kΩ ∠-0.07 rad","","0","820.8 Ω ∠-0.07 rad","","0","120 Ω ∠0.5 rad","","0","912 Ω ∠0.07 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 20 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","81.985 V ∠0.05 rad","","0","91.094 V ∠-0.05 rad","","0","109.31 V ∠0.05 rad","","0","200 V ∠0.8 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","8.8 V ∠-1.9 rad","","0","8 V ∠1.9 rad","","100","9.02 kV ∠0 rad","","0","7.2 V ∠-1.9 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","12.699 V ∠-2.57 rad","","0","12.699 V ∠2.57 rad","","0","9.5244 V ∠-2.57 rad","","0","10.583 V ∠-2.57 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 1000 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","15 V ∠1.1 rad","","100","1.98 kV ∠0 rad","","0","13.5 V ∠1.1 rad","","0","13.5 V ∠-1.1 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 30 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","339.2 mΩ ∠-1.55 rad","","0","188.44 mΩ ∠2.55 rad","","0","282.66 mΩ ∠1.55 rad","","100","259.11 mΩ ∠2.55 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 600 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","90 V ∠0 rad","","0","48 V ∠0.5 rad","","0","60 V ∠0.5 rad","","100","60 V ∠-0.5 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 1000 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6.1227 kΩ ∠0.03 rad","","0","55 Ω ∠2.4 rad","","0","5.1022 kΩ ∠0.03 rad","","100","50 Ω ∠2.4 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 80 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","368.27 Ω ∠1.11 rad","","100","368.27 Ω ∠-1.11 rad","","0","13.473 Ω ∠2.51 rad","","0","12.126 Ω ∠2.51 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 700 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.2212 Ω ∠-1.3 rad","","0","27.756 Ω ∠-1 rad","","0","25.232 Ω ∠1 rad","","100","30.279 Ω ∠1 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","187.58 mV ∠-2.24 rad","","0","234.47 mV ∠-2.24 rad","","100","351.71 V ∠1.54 rad","","0","422.05 V ∠1.54 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","403.41 mΩ ∠2.46 rad","","0","591.33 Ω ∠1.55 rad","","100","484.09 mΩ ∠-2.46 rad","","0","322.72 mΩ ∠2.46 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 20 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","656.82 mV ∠2.38 rad","","100","2.252 V ∠-1.48 rad","","0","2.7024 V ∠-1.48 rad","","0","656.82 mV ∠-2.38 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 80 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7 V ∠1.4 rad","","100","42.3 V ∠0 rad","","0","8.4 V ∠-1.4 rad","","0","8.4 V ∠1.4 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 90 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","243.08 V ∠0.03 rad","","0","40 V ∠2 rad","","100","270.09 V ∠-0.03 rad","","0","324.1 V ∠0.03 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","77 V ∠3 rad","","0","77 V ∠-3 rad","","0","2.2 kV ∠0 rad","","0","70 V ∠3 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 200 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","8 Ω ∠-1.3 rad","","0","61.2 Ω ∠0 rad","","0","11 Ω ∠1.3 rad","","0","68 Ω ∠0 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 400 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.0216 kV ∠-0.64 rad","","0","120 V ∠-0.5 rad","","0","908.12 V ∠0.64 rad","","0","150 V ∠0.5 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 30 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","731.24 mΩ ∠2.56 rad","","0","731.24 mΩ ∠-2.56 rad","","0","658.12 mΩ ∠-2.56 rad","","0","124.31 Ω ∠1.32 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 50 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","22.013 Ω ∠0.03 rad","","100","19.812 Ω ∠0.03 rad","","0","36 Ω ∠0.8 rad","","0","17.61 Ω ∠-0.03 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 800 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","448.2 Ω ∠0.03 rad","","0","504.22 Ω ∠0.03 rad","","0","560.25 Ω ∠-0.03 rad","","100","560.25 Ω ∠0.03 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 200 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","108.06 Ω ∠-0.03 rad","","0","4.5 Ω ∠2.6 rad","","0","120.07 Ω ∠0.03 rad","","100","132.08 Ω ∠-0.03 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 20 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","158.95 Ω ∠-1.22 rad","","100","79.366 Ω ∠-1.27 rad","","0","174.84 Ω ∠-1.22 rad","","0","89.287 Ω ∠-1.27 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 900 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7.2 Ω ∠2.4 rad","","0","2.7 kΩ ∠0 rad","","100","9 Ω ∠2.4 rad","","0","10.8 Ω ∠-2.4 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 40 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","189.2 V ∠-1.26 rad","","0","2.0404 V ∠0.04 rad","","0","2.2259 V ∠0.04 rad","","0","1.8549 V ∠0.04 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 900 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","11.389 V ∠-3.06 rad","","100","1.4909 kV ∠-1.52 rad","","0","993.92 V ∠-1.52 rad","","0","1.3666 kV ∠-1.52 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 300 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","19.299 Ω ∠0.27 rad","","100","21.228 Ω ∠-0.27 rad","","0","6.7545 Ω ∠-1.17 rad","","0","17.369 Ω ∠0.27 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 40 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","151.62 Ω ∠-1.33 rad","","100","17.308 Ω ∠0.3 rad","","0","14.161 Ω ∠-0.3 rad","","0","15.734 Ω ∠0.3 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","67.381 Ω ∠-1.34 rad","","0","10.46 Ω ∠-0.25 rad","","0","67.381 Ω ∠1.34 rad","","100","9.5883 Ω ∠-0.25 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6.3 Ω ∠1.9 rad","","0","27 Ω ∠0 rad","","100","32.4 Ω ∠0 rad","","0","5.6 Ω ∠-1.9 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 70 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","126.49 mΩ ∠-3.07 rad","","0","94.87 mΩ ∠3.07 rad","","0","790.58 mΩ ∠1.52 rad","","100","632.46 mΩ ∠-1.52 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 80 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","44.333 V ∠1.32 rad","","0","985.17 mV ∠2.26 rad","","0","1.1822 V ∠2.26 rad","","0","985.17 mV ∠-2.26 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 600 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7.5369 Ω ∠1.54 rad","","100","7.5369 Ω ∠-1.54 rad","","0","334.97 mΩ ∠-1.74 rad","","0","460.59 mΩ ∠1.74 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 900 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.1026 V ∠2.69 rad","","0","1.2404 V ∠-2.69 rad","","0","1.3782 V ∠2.69 rad","","0","1.3782 V ∠-2.69 rad","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 800 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.7022 V ∠2.01 rad","","0","5.8778 V ∠-2.01 rad","","100","6.4656 V ∠2.01 rad","","0","2.248 kV ∠-1.56 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 300 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","82.5 V ∠0 rad","","0","1.8 V ∠2.1 rad","","0","2 V ∠2.1 rad","","100","2.2 V ∠-2.1 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","275.86 Ω ∠0.21 rad","","100","22 Ω ∠1.8 rad","","0","303.44 Ω ∠-0.21 rad","","0","303.44 Ω ∠0.21 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 80 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","400.82 V ∠0.85 rad","","0","601.23 V ∠0.85 rad","","0","30 V ∠1 rad","","100","501.02 V ∠-0.85 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 80 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.1525 Ω ∠0.27 rad","","0","67.14 Ω ∠-1.27 rad","","0","83.925 Ω ∠1.27 rad","","100","100.71 Ω ∠1.27 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","952.91 Ω ∠0.3 rad","","100","7.2 Ω ∠-0.6 rad","","0","6.6 Ω ∠0.6 rad","","0","7.2 Ω ∠0.6 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 90 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","100 V ∠0.6 rad","","100","159.19 V ∠-0.44 rad","","0","120 V ∠0.6 rad","","0","218.88 V ∠-0.44 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 100 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","81.9 Ω ∠0 rad","","0","72.8 Ω ∠0 rad","","0","91 Ω ∠0 rad","","100","1.8 Ω ∠-2.4 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 20 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent impedance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.0291 Ω ∠-1.52 rad","","0","1.0291 Ω ∠1.52 rad","","100","6.1745 Ω ∠3.02 rad","","0","4.1163 Ω ∠3.02 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/AC/Thevenin Equivalent Circuits","thevenin_AC","AC Thevinin Equivalent","The AC voltage source in the circuit below oscillates at 60 Hz. Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.4 V ∠-0.7 rad","","0","3 V ∠0.7 rad","","100","3.6 V ∠0.7 rad","","0","2.7 V ∠0.7 rad","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 85. The base current is 1 mA and the resistor R has a value of 71 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 16 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","85",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 111. The base current is 10 mA and the resistor R has a value of 32 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 24 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","750",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 84. The base current is 8 mA and the resistor R has a value of 11 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 21 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","672",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 88. The base current is 4 mA and the resistor R has a value of 105 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 25 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","238.0952",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 113. The base current is 9 mA and the resistor R has a value of 24 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 16 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","666.6667",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 92. The base current is 5 mA and the resistor R has a value of 14 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 17 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","460",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 91. The base current is 9 mA and the resistor R has a value of 13 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 24 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","819",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 114. The base current is 2 mA and the resistor R has a value of 19 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 16 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","228",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 87. The base current is 1 mA and the resistor R has a value of 286 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 16 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","55.9441",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 116. The base current is 8 mA and the resistor R has a value of 36 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 22 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","611.1111",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 90. The base current is 10 mA and the resistor R has a value of 7 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 24 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","900",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 104. The base current is 3 mA and the resistor R has a value of 20 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 19 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","312",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 82. The base current is 6 mA and the resistor R has a value of 50 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 19 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","380",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 93. The base current is 2 mA and the resistor R has a value of 29 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 19 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","186",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 92. The base current is 5 mA and the resistor R has a value of 71 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 25 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","352.1127",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 120. The base current is 8 mA and the resistor R has a value of 6 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 22 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","960",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 89. The base current is 5 mA and the resistor R has a value of 55 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 17 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","309.0909",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 93. The base current is 9 mA and the resistor R has a value of 27 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 17 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","629.6296",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 106. The base current is 2 mA and the resistor R has a value of 32 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 22 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","212",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 93. The base current is 4 mA and the resistor R has a value of 76 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 18 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","236.8421",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 94. The base current is 5 mA and the resistor R has a value of 52 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 20 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","384.6154",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 113. The base current is 6 mA and the resistor R has a value of 52 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 23 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","442.3077",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 88. The base current is 2 mA and the resistor R has a value of 153 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 16 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","104.5752",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 103. The base current is 5 mA and the resistor R has a value of 20 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 22 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","515",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 120. The base current is 6 mA and the resistor R has a value of 45 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 22 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","488.8889",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 104. The base current is 9 mA and the resistor R has a value of 30 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 17 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","566.6667",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 99. The base current is 1 mA and the resistor R has a value of 85 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 22 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","99",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 90. The base current is 8 mA and the resistor R has a value of 35 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 20 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","571.4286",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 88. The base current is 7 mA and the resistor R has a value of 44 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 16 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","363.6364",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 84. The base current is 9 mA and the resistor R has a value of 16 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 24 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","756",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 99. The base current is 8 mA and the resistor R has a value of 14 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 23 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","792",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 82. The base current is 5 mA and the resistor R has a value of 14 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 19 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","410",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 114. The base current is 2 mA and the resistor R has a value of 39 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 25 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","228",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 116. The base current is 2 mA and the resistor R has a value of 162 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 23 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","141.9753",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 105. The base current is 1 mA and the resistor R has a value of 101 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 24 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","105",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 81. The base current is 3 mA and the resistor R has a value of 104 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 18 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","173.0769",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 104. The base current is 4 mA and the resistor R has a value of 21 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 17 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","416",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 93. The base current is 7 mA and the resistor R has a value of 53 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 21 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","396.2264",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 86. The base current is 6 mA and the resistor R has a value of 70 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 24 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","342.8571",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 98. The base current is 8 mA and the resistor R has a value of 8 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 24 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","784",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 110. The base current is 1 mA and the resistor R has a value of 347 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 23 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","66.2824",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 105. The base current is 4 mA and the resistor R has a value of 14 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 21 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","420",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 92. The base current is 3 mA and the resistor R has a value of 128 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 25 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","195.3125",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 113. The base current is 10 mA and the resistor R has a value of 7 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 23 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","1130",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 115. The base current is 3 mA and the resistor R has a value of 75 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 21 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","280",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 96. The base current is 5 mA and the resistor R has a value of 50 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 16 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","320",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 95. The base current is 2 mA and the resistor R has a value of 30 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 23 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","190",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 108. The base current is 1 mA and the resistor R has a value of 290 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 20 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","68.9655",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 85. The base current is 6 mA and the resistor R has a value of 65 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 21 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","323.0769",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 117. The base current is 4 mA and the resistor R has a value of 20 ohms. The battery has a voltage of 19 V. Determine the collector current in the circuit?

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","Numerical Question","2","468",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 115. The base current is 10 mA. The battery has a voltage of 7 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","1150",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 101. The base current is 10 mA. The battery has a voltage of 7 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","1010",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 108. The base current is 9 mA. The battery has a voltage of 11 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","972",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 95. The base current is 3 mA. The battery has a voltage of 10 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","285",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 84. The base current is 5 mA. The battery has a voltage of 15 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","420",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 110. The base current is 3 mA. The battery has a voltage of 14 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","330",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 108. The base current is 6 mA. The battery has a voltage of 9 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","648",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 90. The base current is 3 mA. The battery has a voltage of 14 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","270",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 108. The base current is 7 mA. The battery has a voltage of 10 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","756",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 117. The base current is 2 mA. The battery has a voltage of 11 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","234",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 96. The base current is 2 mA. The battery has a voltage of 7 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","192",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 106. The base current is 2 mA. The battery has a voltage of 14 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","212",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 99. The base current is 7 mA. The battery has a voltage of 15 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","693",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 102. The base current is 7 mA. The battery has a voltage of 11 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","714",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 118. The base current is 9 mA. The battery has a voltage of 10 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","1062",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 116. The base current is 3 mA. The battery has a voltage of 6 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","348",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 85. The base current is 9 mA. The battery has a voltage of 11 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","765",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 110. The base current is 4 mA. The battery has a voltage of 6 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","440",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 85. The base current is 4 mA. The battery has a voltage of 9 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","340",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 112. The base current is 5 mA. The battery has a voltage of 7 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","560",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 98. The base current is 10 mA. The battery has a voltage of 10 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","980",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 84. The base current is 5 mA. The battery has a voltage of 10 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","420",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 82. The base current is 10 mA. The battery has a voltage of 6 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","820",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 120. The base current is 9 mA. The battery has a voltage of 11 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","1080",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 92. The base current is 9 mA. The battery has a voltage of 13 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","828",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 114. The base current is 9 mA. The battery has a voltage of 6 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","1026",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 89. The base current is 5 mA. The battery has a voltage of 14 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","445",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 111. The base current is 9 mA. The battery has a voltage of 15 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","999",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 104. The base current is 4 mA. The battery has a voltage of 12 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","416",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 98. The base current is 4 mA. The battery has a voltage of 8 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","392",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 88. The base current is 4 mA. The battery has a voltage of 7 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","352",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 112. The base current is 8 mA. The battery has a voltage of 15 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","896",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 92. The base current is 8 mA. The battery has a voltage of 6 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","736",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 107. The base current is 2 mA. The battery has a voltage of 12 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","214",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 85. The base current is 6 mA. The battery has a voltage of 12 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","510",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 117. The base current is 2 mA. The battery has a voltage of 11 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","234",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 92. The base current is 2 mA. The battery has a voltage of 10 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","184",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 98. The base current is 6 mA. The battery has a voltage of 8 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","588",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 91. The base current is 7 mA. The battery has a voltage of 15 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","637",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 110. The base current is 1 mA. The battery has a voltage of 12 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","110",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 114. The base current is 10 mA. The battery has a voltage of 10 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","1140",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 111. The base current is 6 mA. The battery has a voltage of 7 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","666",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 95. The base current is 10 mA. The battery has a voltage of 8 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","950",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 89. The base current is 6 mA. The battery has a voltage of 8 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","534",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 105. The base current is 8 mA. The battery has a voltage of 7 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","840",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 82. The base current is 5 mA. The battery has a voltage of 9 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","410",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 119. The base current is 2 mA. The battery has a voltage of 8 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","238",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 116. The base current is 4 mA. The battery has a voltage of 6 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","464",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 92. The base current is 4 mA. The battery has a voltage of 13 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","368",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 115. The base current is 4 mA. The battery has a voltage of 12 V. Determine the collector current?

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","Numerical Question","1","460",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 120. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.8 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 8 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 120 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","7200",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 114. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 114 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","9300",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 111. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 8 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 1110 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","730",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 93. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.5 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 9 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 651 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1214.2857",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 94. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.6 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 6 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 376 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1350",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 109. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.5 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 218 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","4750",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 119. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 9 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 119 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","8300",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 84. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 8 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 672 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","912.5",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 108. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.6 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 8 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 648 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1233.3333",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 118. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 118 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","9300",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 102. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.8 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 9 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 510 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1640",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 86. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 8 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 516 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1216.6667",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 102. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 7 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 102 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","6300",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 112. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.8 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 336 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","3066.6667",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 85. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.6 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 8 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 85 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","7400",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 88. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 528 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1550",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 108. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.8 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 6 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 324 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1733.3333",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 88. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.6 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 6 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 616 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","771.4286",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 116. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.6 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 696 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1566.6667",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 115. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 6 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 1150 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","530",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 101. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.8 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 303 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","3066.6667",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 85. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 9 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 85 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","8300",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 99. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.6 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 693 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1342.8571",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 119. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.5 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 6 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 1071 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","611.1111",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 96. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.5 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 96 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","9500",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 108. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.8 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 8 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 648 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1200",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 96. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 6 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 288 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1766.6667",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 96. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.8 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 7 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 480 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1240",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 101. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.5 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 707 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1357.1429",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 117. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.5 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 117 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","9500",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 87. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 9 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 522 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1383.3333",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 81. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.6 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 8 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 81 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","7400",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 110. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.8 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 6 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 110 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","5200",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 88. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.6 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 440 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1880",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 118. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.6 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 9 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 1062 mA?

Enter your answer, in ohms, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","933.3333",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 111. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.6 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 7 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 222 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","3200",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 93. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.5 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 837 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1055.5556",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 93. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.8 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 6 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 837 mA?

Enter your answer, in ohms, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","577.7778",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 105. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.6 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 525 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1880",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 112. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 6 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 672 mA?

Enter your answer, in ohms, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","883.3333",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 105. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 9 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 840 mA?

Enter your answer, in ohms, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","1037.5",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 113. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 6 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 791 mA?

Enter your answer, in ohms, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","757.1429",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 103. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.6 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 515 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","1880",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 102. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 6 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 306 mA?

Enter your answer, in ohms, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","1766.6667",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 111. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.5 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 9 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 333 mA?

Enter your answer, in ohms, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","2833.3333",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 105. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 9 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 840 mA?

Enter your answer, in ohms, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","1037.5",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 106. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.8 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 6 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 424 mA?

Enter your answer, in ohms, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","1300",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 113. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.5 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 7 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 791 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","928.5714",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 107. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.7 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 107 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","9300",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The forward current gain (hfe) of the BJT in the circuit below is 101. The base-emitter forward bias voltage drop is 0.6 volts; and the voltage source Vb is 10 volts. The battery voltage Vs is 10 volts.

What value should the resistor Rb be in order to set the collector current to 303 mA?

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","Numerical Question","1","3133.3333",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 720 mA and the base current is 8 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

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","Numerical Question","2","728",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 714 mA and the base current is 6 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

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","Numerical Question","2","720",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 805 mA and the base current is 7 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

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","Numerical Question","2","812",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 218 mA and the base current is 2 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","220",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 222 mA and the base current is 2 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","224",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 464 mA and the base current is 4 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","468",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 356 mA and the base current is 4 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","360",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 960 mA and the base current is 8 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","968",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 602 mA and the base current is 7 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","609",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 742 mA and the base current is 7 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","749",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 258 mA and the base current is 3 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

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","Numerical Question","2","261",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 435 mA and the base current is 5 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","440",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 445 mA and the base current is 5 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","450",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 738 mA and the base current is 9 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

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","Numerical Question","2","747",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 630 mA and the base current is 6 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","636",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 585 mA and the base current is 5 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","590",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 82 mA and the base current is 1 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","83",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 890 mA and the base current is 10 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

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","Numerical Question","2","900",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 1030 mA and the base current is 10 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","1040",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 86 mA and the base current is 1 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

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","Numerical Question","2","87",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 218 mA and the base current is 2 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

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","Numerical Question","2","220",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 166 mA and the base current is 2 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","168",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 1050 mA and the base current is 10 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

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","Numerical Question","2","1060",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 936 mA and the base current is 9 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

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","Numerical Question","2","945",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 855 mA and the base current is 9 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","864",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 222 mA and the base current is 2 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","224",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 672 mA and the base current is 7 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","679",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 848 mA and the base current is 8 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","856",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 96 mA and the base current is 1 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","97",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 342 mA and the base current is 3 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","345",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 728 mA and the base current is 7 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","735",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 560 mA and the base current is 5 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","565",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 944 mA and the base current is 8 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

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","Numerical Question","2","952",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 1080 mA and the base current is 10 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","1090",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 99 mA and the base current is 1 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","100",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 424 mA and the base current is 4 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","428",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 360 mA and the base current is 4 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","364",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 410 mA and the base current is 5 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","415",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 182 mA and the base current is 2 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","184",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 468 mA and the base current is 4 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","472",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 800 mA and the base current is 8 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","808",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 567 mA and the base current is 7 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","574",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 616 mA and the base current is 7 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","623",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 376 mA and the base current is 4 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","380",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 770 mA and the base current is 7 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

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","Numerical Question","2","777",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 980 mA and the base current is 10 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","990",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 824 mA and the base current is 8 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","832",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 174 mA and the base current is 2 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","176",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 696 mA and the base current is 8 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

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","Numerical Question","2","704",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/BJT","BJT","BJT Circuit Analysis ","The collector current in the circuit below is 1130 mA and the base current is 10 mA.

Determine the emitter current.

Enter your answer, in milli amps, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","1140",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Breadboard fundamentals","breadboard_fundamentals","Breadboard fundamentals","The figure below shows a 9 V battery connected to a breadboard. Examine the breadboard connections and determine if current can flow through the resistor?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Current can flow through the resistor","","-100","There is an open circuit, so current cannot flow through the resistor","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R4, R5 and R6 are 10, 2.5, 0.5 and 2 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 24 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

Enter your answer, in volts, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","9",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R2, R3, R4 and R5 are 5, 7, 9, 6.3 and 0.7 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage provided by the battery.

Enter your answer, in volts, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","21",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4, R6, R7 and R8 are 3, 4, 1, 4, 5 and 3 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage provided by the battery.

Enter your answer, in volts, in the field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","2","20",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R2, R4, and R5 are 21, 5 and 11 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage across the resistor R6.

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","Numerical Question","2","5",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R2, R3, R4 and R5 are 11, 2, 3.3 and 7.7 volts, respectively. The battery has a voltage of 16 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

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","Numerical Question","2","3",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R5 and R6 are 5, 8, 0.7 and 5.6 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 20 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R4.

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","Numerical Question","2","0.7",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R4, R5 and R6 are 10, 4, 1.6 and 2.4 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 25 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

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","Numerical Question","2","7",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4, R5 and R6 are 6, 8, 3, 1 and 6 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage provided by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","24",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R3, R4, R5 and R6 are 3, 1.4, 1.4 and 4.2 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 12 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

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","Numerical Question","2","2",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4, R6, R7 and R8 are 3, 6, 2, 6, 1 and 4 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage provided by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","22",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R3, R4 and R5 are 5, 6 and 6 volts, respectively. The battery has a voltage of 23 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

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","Numerical Question","2","6",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4, R6, R7 and R8 are 5, 2, 6, 5, 5 and 5 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage provided by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","28",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R4 and R5 are 4, 3.6 and 0.4 volts, respectively. The battery has a voltage of 15 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

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","Numerical Question","2","7",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4 and R5 are 5, 6, 3.6 and 0.4 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage delivered by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","15",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R3, R4, R5 and R6 are 8, 2, 0.5 and 2.5 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 17 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

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","Numerical Question","2","4",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R3, R4 and R5 are 1, 1.2 and 1.8 volts, respectively. The battery has a voltage of 7 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

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","Numerical Question","2","3",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R4, R5 and R6 are 2, 1.5, 1 and 2.5 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 14 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

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","Numerical Question","2","7",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4, R5 and R6 are 4, 2, 1.5, 1 and 2.5 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage provided by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","11",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R3, R4 and R5 are 2, 0.9 and 8.1 volts, respectively. The battery has a voltage of 12 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

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","Numerical Question","2","1",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R2, R3, R4 and R5 are 6, 3, 10, 0.3 and 2.7 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage provided by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","19",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4, R6, R7 and R8 are 6, 5, 3, 4, 5 and 1 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage provided by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","24",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4 and R6 are 2, 2, 1.1 and 5.5 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 15 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R5.

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","Numerical Question","2","4.4",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R2, R3, R5 and R6 are 2, 12, 7, 4.8 and 6 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 21 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R4.

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","Numerical Question","2","1.2",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R2, R3, R4 and R5 are 10, 9, 6 and 4 volts, respectively. The battery has a voltage of 21 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

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","Numerical Question","2","2",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4, R6, R7 and R8 are 2, 3, 5, 1, 4 and 5 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage provided by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","20",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R3, R4, R5 and R6 are 4, 2, 6 and 5 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 21 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

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","Numerical Question","2","4",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4, R5 and R6 are 1, 3, 6, 6 and 2 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage supplied by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","18",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R5, and R8 are 5 and 4 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage across the resistor R7.

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","Numerical Question","2","1",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R4, R5 and R6 are 2, 1.2, 4.8 and 6 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 15 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

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","Numerical Question","2","1",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R5, and R8 are 9 and 4 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage across the resistor R7.

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","Numerical Question","2","5",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R3, R4 and R5 are 6, 0.9 and 2.1 volts, respectively. The battery has a voltage of 14 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

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","Numerical Question","2","5",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R5, and R6 are 3, 3, 7 and 1 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 17 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R4.

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","Numerical Question","2","3",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R2, R3 and R5 are 5, 11, 7 and 6.6 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage across the resistor R4.

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","Numerical Question","2","4.4",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R3, R4, R5 and R6 are 4, 0.6, 0.3 and 2.1 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 14 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

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","Numerical Question","2","7",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R2, R4, and R5 are 14, 2 and 6 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage across the resistor R6.

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","Numerical Question","2","6",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4, R5 and R6 are 3, 8, 1.8, 0.6 and 3.6 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage provided by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","17",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R5, and R6 are 4, 4, 6 and 5 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 24 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R4.

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","Numerical Question","2","5",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4 and R6 are 6, 4, 1.6 and 3.2 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 18 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R5.

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","Numerical Question","2","3.2",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R4 and R5 are 1, 8.1 and 0.9 volts, respectively. The battery has a voltage of 12 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

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","Numerical Question","2","2",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R2, R3, R4 and R5 are 9, 12, 10, 1.2 and 10.8 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage provided by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","31",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4 and R6 are 6, 9, 0.4 and 3.2 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 19 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R5.

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","Numerical Question","2","0.4",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R4, R5 and R6 are 6, 3, 1.2 and 1.8 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 13 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

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","Numerical Question","2","1",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R4, R5 and R6 are 10, 0.6, 0.6 and 1.8 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 16 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

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","Numerical Question","2","3",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R2, R3, R4 and R5 are 12, 8, 2.4 and 9.6 volts, respectively. The battery has a voltage of 22 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

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","Numerical Question","2","2",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R5, and R6 are 1, 4, 4 and 4 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 18 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R4.

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","Numerical Question","2","5",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R2, R3, R5 and R6 are 4, 5, 8, 1.5 and 2 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 17 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R4.

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","Numerical Question","2","1.5",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4 and R5 are 6, 10, 8.4 and 3.6 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage delivered by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","28",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R3, R4, R5 and R6 are 9, 4, 1, 1 and 3 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage provided by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","18",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R3, R4, R5 and R6 are 1, 3, 1.8 and 1.2 volts, respectively. The battery supplies 17 volts. Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

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","Numerical Question","2","10",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Kirchoffs current voltage Laws","dc_kirchhoffs_laws","Kirchhoff's Voltage Law ","The voltages across the resistors R1, R2, R3, R4 and R5 are 6, 11, 4, 2.2 and 8.8 volts, respectively. Determine the voltage provided by the battery.

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","Numerical Question","2","21",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","10 ohms","","0","100 ohms","","100","0.2 ohms","","0","140 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","100 ohms","","0","1000 ohms","","100","1900 ohms","","0","0.1 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","20 ohms","","0","1 ohms","","0","10 ohms","","100","0.1 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.4 ohms","","0","4 ohms","","100","8 ohms","","0","6.8 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.027778 ohms","","0","3.6 ohms","","0","0.25 ohms","","0","36 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","880 ohms","","0","2200 ohms","","0","0.0045455 ohms","","0","220 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","200 ohms","","0","20 ohms","","100","0.1 ohms","","0","1 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.001 ohms","","0","1000 ohms","","100","1400 ohms","","0","0.2 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","1 ohms","","0","90 ohms","","100","9 ohms","","0","900 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","10000 ohms","","100","500 ohms","","0","0.0001 ohms","","0","1 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","28 ohms","","100","36.4 ohms","","0","1 ohms","","0","112 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","7 ohms","","100","0.7 ohms","","0","8.4 ohms","","0","0.14286 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.9 ohms","","0","15.3 ohms","","0","9 ohms","","100","90 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","20 ohms","","100","2 ohms","","0","100 ohms","","0","0.05 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","55 ohms","","0","11 ohms","","0","1100 ohms","","0","110 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.5 ohms","","0","198 ohms","","0","55 ohms","","0","110 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","120 ohms","","100","0.0083333 ohms","","0","1200 ohms","","0","0.33333 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","120 ohms","","100","1200 ohms","","0","180 ohms","","0","360 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.0041667 ohms","","0","0.25 ohms","","0","240 ohms","","100","2400 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","1 ohms","","0","24 ohms","","0","240 ohms","","100","0.0041667 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","720 ohms","","0","456 ohms","","0","1 ohms","","0","240 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.0125 ohms","","0","112 ohms","","0","3 ohms","","0","80 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","150 ohms","","100","75 ohms","","0","2 ohms","","0","0.0066667 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","300 ohms","","100","360 ohms","","0","0.0033333 ohms","","0","0.5 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.125 ohms","","0","67.2 ohms","","0","6 ohms","","0","48 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","480 ohms","","0","1 ohms","","0","48 ohms","","100","62.4 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.083333 ohms","","0","4 ohms","","0","120 ohms","","0","12 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","120 ohms","","0","1 ohms","","0","12 ohms","","100","0.083333 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.2 ohms","","0","3 ohms","","0","12 ohms","","100","120 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","30 ohms","","0","0.33333 ohms","","0","3 ohms","","100","5.1 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","4 ohms","","100","0.4 ohms","","0","1 ohms","","0","0.25 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","160 ohms","","0","0.25 ohms","","0","16 ohms","","100","4 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","50 ohms","","0","5 ohms","","100","4 ohms","","0","20 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.05 ohms","","0","5 ohms","","0","200 ohms","","0","20 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","4 ohms","","100","20 ohms","","0","1 ohms","","0","0.8 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","2 ohms","","0","1 ohms","","0","200 ohms","","0","20 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.2 ohms","","0","320 ohms","","0","32 ohms","","100","0.25 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","80 ohms","","0","0.125 ohms","","0","2 ohms","","0","8 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","40 ohms","","100","76 ohms","","0","8 ohms","","0","400 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","8 ohms","","100","40 ohms","","0","0.8 ohms","","0","5 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","225 ohms","","0","4.5 ohms","","0","0.022222 ohms","","0","45 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","45 ohms","","0","1 ohms","","0","5 ohms","","0","9 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","20 ohms","","100","5 ohms","","0","0.05 ohms","","0","4 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","500 ohms","","0","1000 ohms","","0","0.01 ohms","","0","100 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","6 ohms","","0","60 ohms","","100","480 ohms","","0","7.5 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","12 ohms","","0","120 ohms","","100","4 ohms","","0","1200 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","600 ohms","","0","60 ohms","","100","0.016667 ohms","","0","4 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","60 ohms","","100","600 ohms","","0","240 ohms","","0","15 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","352 ohms","","0","320 ohms","","100","3200 ohms","","0","1280 ohms","","0", "//Electrical circuits/DC/ohms law graph","ohms_law_graphs","Determine Resistance from Experiment Data","The plot below shows the results of an experiment where the current flowing through a resistor was measured as the voltage across it was changed.

What was the approximate resistance of the resistor used in the experiment?","Multiple Choice Question","0","4 ohms","","0","800 ohms","","0","20 ohms","","0","80 ohms","","100", "//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 300 Ω and 100 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","30 V","","0","0.13333 V","","0","0.075 V","","0","22.5 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 120 Ω and 240 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2 V","","100","0.016667 V","","0","9 V","","0","20 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 100 Ω and 400 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","19.2 V","","0","0.20833 V","","0","4.8 V","","100","30 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 12 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 6 Ω and 6 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1 V","","0","6 V","","100","12 V","","0","0.16667 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 9 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 10 Ω and 5 Ω, respectively.

Determine the potential difference across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6 V","","100","3 V","","0","0.6 V","","0","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 10 Ω and 40 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","24 V","","100","60 V","","0","0 V","","0","0.041667 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 15 Ω and 5 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.75 V","","100","0 V","","0","0.75 V","","0","112.5 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 20 Ω and 10 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4 V","","100","0.5 V","","0","40 V","","0","18 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 150 Ω and 50 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","18 V","","100","96 V","","0","0 V","","0","0.16667 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 12 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 24 Ω and 12 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","8 V","","100","18 V","","0","0.25 V","","0","36 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 12 Ω and 4 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","45 V","","0","1.5 V","","0","4.5 V","","100","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 240 Ω and 60 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","120 V","","0","3 V","","100","0.33333 V","","0","12 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 150 Ω and 150 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0 V","","0","24 V","","0","0.083333 V","","0","12 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 12 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 160 Ω and 40 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","60 V","","0","0.06 V","","0","2.4 V","","0","9.6 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 9 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 4 Ω and 8 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","30 V","","0","0.75 V","","0","0.16667 V","","0","6 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 120 Ω and 480 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","120 V","","0","0.04 V","","0","24 V","","0","4.8 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 40 Ω and 120 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","120 V","","0","7.5 V","","100","30 V","","0","0.044444 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 9 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 4 Ω and 8 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3 V","","100","0 V","","0","27 V","","0","0.75 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 18 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 6 Ω and 24 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","18 V","","0","3.6 V","","100","36 V","","0","90 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 50 Ω and 100 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","20 V","","0","4 V","","100","0.04 V","","0","6 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 12 Ω and 6 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5 V","","100","100 V","","0","0.1 V","","0","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 100 Ω and 50 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","20 V","","100","0.2 V","","0","0 V","","0","0.05 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 18 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 60 Ω and 60 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.15 V","","0","18 V","","0","90 V","","0","9 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 6 Ω and 6 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3 V","","100","0.33333 V","","0","12 V","","0","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 10 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 12 Ω and 12 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5 V","","100","50 V","","0","0.2 V","","0","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 150 Ω and 150 Ω, respectively.

Determine the potential difference across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3 V","","100","12 V","","0","30 V","","0","0.33333 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 5 Ω and 15 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.22222 V","","0","1.5 V","","100","8 V","","0","0.66667 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 40 Ω and 120 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","37.5 V","","0","3.75 V","","100","0.088889 V","","0","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 16 Ω and 4 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","24 V","","100","37.5 V","","0","240 V","","0","6 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 60 Ω and 120 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5 V","","100","15 V","","0","50 V","","0","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 10 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 450 Ω and 150 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0 V","","0","75 V","","0","7.5 V","","100","10 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 9 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 6 Ω and 6 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.22222 V","","0","0.75 V","","0","45 V","","0","4.5 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 30 Ω and 15 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2 V","","100","0 V","","0","9 V","","0","4 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 18 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 100 Ω and 100 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9 V","","100","0 V","","0","0.11111 V","","0","36 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 12 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 150 Ω and 150 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","60 V","","0","12 V","","0","6 V","","100","24 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 100 Ω and 100 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","120 V","","0","24 V","","0","12 V","","100","48 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 6 Ω and 24 Ω, respectively.

Determine the potential difference across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3 V","","100","12 V","","0","75 V","","0","30 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 40 Ω and 10 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","18.75 V","","0","15 V","","0","3 V","","100","12 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 45 Ω and 15 Ω, respectively.

Determine the potential difference across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.13333 V","","0","22.5 V","","0","7.5 V","","100","120 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 12 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 20 Ω and 10 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4 V","","0","8 V","","100","12 V","","0","36 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 10 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 4 Ω and 8 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.83333 V","","0","3.3333 V","","100","0.15 V","","0","10 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 24 Ω and 6 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","120 V","","0","0.052083 V","","0","0.8 V","","0","4.8 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 10 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 50 Ω and 200 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.5 V","","0","2 V","","0","12.5 V","","0","8 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 18 Ω and 6 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0 V","","0","4.5 V","","0","1.5 V","","100","0.66667 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 150 Ω and 50 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","22.5 V","","100","0.044444 V","","0","0.15 V","","0","0.13333 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 20 Ω and 10 Ω, respectively.

Determine the potential difference across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.1 V","","0","100 V","","0","45 V","","0","5 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 150 Ω and 150 Ω, respectively.

Determine the potential difference across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0 V","","0","0.083333 V","","0","12 V","","100","120 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 5 Ω and 5 Ω, respectively.

Determine the potential difference across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","12 V","","100","2.4 V","","0","24 V","","0","48 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 5 Ω and 15 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","60 V","","0","6 V","","100","0.055556 V","","0","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1 and R2 have values of 480 Ω and 120 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential between node n1 and ground in the circuit below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","75 V","","0","0 V","","0","12 V","","100","15 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 18 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 300 Ω, 100 Ω and 200 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R3.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","13.5 V","","0","135 V","","0","72 V","","0","6 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 18 Ω, 12 Ω and 6 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.055556 V","","0","0 V","","0","180 V","","0","10 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 12 Ω, 24 Ω and 12 Ω, respectively.

Determine the potential difference across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9 V","","0","18 V","","0","0.16667 V","","0","1.5 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 6 Ω, 18 Ω and 12 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.22222 V","","0","4 V","","100","0.25 V","","0","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 9 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 300 Ω, 300 Ω and 150 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.5 V","","0","7.2 V","","100","3.6 V","","0","0.015 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 120 Ω, 120 Ω and 120 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage in this circuit between node n1 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","30 V","","0","0.33333 V","","0","6 V","","0","2 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 120 Ω, 360 Ω and 240 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","32 V","","0","16 V","","0","8 V","","100","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 60 Ω, 180 Ω and 60 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","19.2 V","","100","0.1 V","","0","14.4 V","","0","32 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 10 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 80 Ω, 40 Ω and 80 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6 V","","100","0.3 V","","0","0 V","","0","66.6667 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 10 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 100 Ω, 100 Ω and 200 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R3.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5 V","","100","0.2 V","","0","0.05 V","","0","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 18 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 240 Ω, 120 Ω and 240 Ω, respectively.

Determine the potential difference across the resistor R3.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7.2 V","","100","0.083333 V","","0","54 V","","0","3.6 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 100 Ω, 100 Ω and 50 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage in this circuit between node n1 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","12 V","","100","24 V","","0","0 V","","0","6 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 9 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 45 Ω, 45 Ω and 15 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.8571 V","","0","0 V","","0","7.7143 V","","100","1.2857 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 18 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 50 Ω, 100 Ω and 50 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","13.5 V","","0","4.5 V","","100","6 V","","0","0.12 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 10 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 10 Ω, 10 Ω and 20 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","50 V","","0","5 V","","100","20 V","","0","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 18 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 18 Ω, 6 Ω and 6 Ω, respectively.

Determine the potential difference across the resistor R3.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.074074 V","","0","18 V","","0","24 V","","0","3.6 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 10 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 40 Ω, 40 Ω and 80 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.5 V","","0","20 V","","0","5 V","","100","0.2 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 360 Ω, 120 Ω and 120 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","45 V","","0","4.8 V","","100","1.5 V","","0","3.6 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 10 Ω, 20 Ω and 10 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0 V","","0","45 V","","0","11.25 V","","100","7.5 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 5 Ω, 10 Ω and 5 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R3.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","16 V","","0","72 V","","0","6 V","","100","24 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 9 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 8 Ω, 4 Ω and 8 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage in this circuit between node n1 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.6 V","","100","0.33333 V","","0","3 V","","0","0.75 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 9 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 10 Ω, 10 Ω and 5 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.5 V","","0","1.8 V","","100","7.2 V","","0","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 18 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 15 Ω, 5 Ω and 5 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.9 V","","0","3.6 V","","100","0.074074 V","","0","13.5 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 9 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 50 Ω, 50 Ω and 50 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.22222 V","","0","45 V","","0","4.5 V","","0","6 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 10 Ω, 20 Ω and 10 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.5 V","","0","20 V","","0","3 V","","100","0.25 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 30 Ω, 10 Ω and 20 Ω, respectively.

Determine the potential difference across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.16667 V","","0","4 V","","100","16 V","","0","96 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 150 Ω, 50 Ω and 50 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3 V","","100","0.26667 V","","0","20 V","","0","11.25 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 15 Ω, 5 Ω and 10 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","22.5 V","","0","0.044444 V","","0","20 V","","100","40 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 12 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 150 Ω, 300 Ω and 150 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.026667 V","","0","6 V","","100","0.125 V","","0","36 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 15 Ω, 30 Ω and 45 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","80 V","","0","0 V","","0","72 V","","0","8 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 450 Ω, 150 Ω and 450 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","120 V","","0","12.8571 V","","100","0.13333 V","","0","0.05 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 12 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 120 Ω, 120 Ω and 60 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.4 V","","0","9.6 V","","100","0.16667 V","","0","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 120 Ω, 40 Ω and 40 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.09375 V","","0","12 V","","100","0 V","","0","15 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 10 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 12 Ω, 12 Ω and 36 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5 V","","0","50 V","","0","2 V","","100","4 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 9 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 40 Ω, 80 Ω and 40 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage drop across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.075 V","","0","3 V","","0","4.5 V","","100","30 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 30 Ω, 10 Ω and 20 Ω, respectively.

Determine the potential difference across the resistor R3.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0 V","","0","225 V","","0","10 V","","100","20 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 120 Ω, 40 Ω and 40 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3 V","","0","9 V","","0","12 V","","100","3.75 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 18 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 5 Ω, 15 Ω and 10 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.074074 V","","0","12 V","","100","6 V","","0","3 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 18 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 120 Ω, 240 Ω and 120 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.5 V","","100","13.5 V","","0","9 V","","0","27 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 10 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 100 Ω, 50 Ω and 100 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2 V","","0","4 V","","100","0.3 V","","0","0.15 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the battery in the circuit below is 18 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 15 Ω, 45 Ω and 30 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R1.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.3 V","","0","72 V","","0","3 V","","100","0.074074 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The voltage of the voltage source in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 120 Ω, 120 Ω and 360 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.2 V","","100","3 V","","0","0.025 V","","0","0 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 40 Ω, 40 Ω and 120 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.066667 V","","0","15 V","","0","12 V","","0","6 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 6 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 40 Ω, 120 Ω and 80 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R2.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3 V","","100","0.22222 V","","0","8 V","","0","6 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 24 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 60 Ω, 60 Ω and 120 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage across the resistor R3.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0 V","","0","24 V","","0","12 V","","100","6 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 10 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 120 Ω, 60 Ω and 60 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7.5 V","","100","5 V","","0","3.3333 V","","0","6.6667 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the voltage source in the circuit below is 18 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 36 Ω, 12 Ω and 12 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","14.4 V","","100","10.8 V","","0","0.22222 V","","0","24 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 30 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 30 Ω, 10 Ω and 30 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","30 V","","0","0.75 V","","0","40 V","","0","17.1429 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 10 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 5 Ω, 5 Ω and 15 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","20 V","","0","10 V","","0","4 V","","100","1 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Potential divider","dc_potential_divider","Potential Divider","The emf of the battery in the circuit below is 15 volts. The resistors R1, R2 and R3 have values of 15 Ω, 15 Ω and 5 Ω, respectively.

Determine the voltage potential in this circuit between node n2 and ground.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.13333 V","","0","7.5 V","","0","6.4286 V","","0","12.8571 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 2 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 220 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","18.1818",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 8 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 960 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","66.6667",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 4 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 460 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","34.7826",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 18 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 900 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","360",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 5 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 940 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","26.5957",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 10 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 880 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","113.6364",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 5 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 580 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","43.1034",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 16 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 440 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","581.8182",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 14 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 120 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","1633.3333",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 2 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 200 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","0.02",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 9 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 920 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","0.088043",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 5 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 680 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","0.036765",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 16 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 960 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","0.26667",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 15 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 700 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","0.32143",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 2 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 220 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","0.018182",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 3 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 460 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","0.019565",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 19 volts and the resistance of the resistor R is 300 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","1.2033",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 16 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 530 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","8.48",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 8 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 720 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","5.76",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 11 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 990 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","10.89",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 16 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 960 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","15.36",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 10 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 370 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","3.7",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 15 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 390 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","5.85",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 18 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 160 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","2.88",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 12 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 130 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","1.56",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 17 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 20 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","0.34",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 11 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 780 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","8.58",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 12 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 50 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","0.6",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 13 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 640 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","8.32",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 3 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 970 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","2.91",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 4 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 830 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","3.32",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The voltage Vin applied to the circuit below is 5 volts and the current flowing through the resistor is 560 milliamps (mA). Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","2.8",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 600 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 640 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","230.4",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 370 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 140 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","19.166",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 100 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 840 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","8.4",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 530 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 100 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","28.09",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 360 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 180 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","23.328",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 760 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 840 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","485.184",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 870 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 660 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","499.554",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 840 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 360 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","254.016",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 360 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 460 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","59.616",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 30 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 980 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","0.882",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 770 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 500 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","296.45",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 710 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 840 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","423.444",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 470 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 140 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","30.926",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 590 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 960 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","334.176",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 710 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 260 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","131.066",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 570 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 420 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","136.458",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 460 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 180 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","38.088",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Power dissipated by a resistor","dc_resistor_power_calc","Resistor Power Dissipation","The current flowing through the resistor R in the circuit below is 330 milliamps (mA), where R has a resistance of 520 ohms. Determine the power dissipated by the resistor in watts (W) and enter the result in the answer field below (enter a numerical value only)

","Numerical Question","1","56.628",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 12 volts; R1 = 900 ohms; R2 = 300 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","13.3333",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 2 volts; R1 = 900 ohms; R2 = 320 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","2.2222",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 18 volts; R1 = 980 ohms; R2 = 860 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","18.3673",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 4 volts; R1 = 520 ohms; R2 = 580 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","7.6923",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 6 volts; R1 = 600 ohms; R2 = 900 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","6.6667",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 10 volts; R1 = 400 ohms; R2 = 140 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","71.4286",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 6 volts; R1 = 580 ohms; R2 = 1000 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","6",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 8 volts; R1 = 300 ohms; R2 = 280 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","28.5714",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 14 volts; R1 = 580 ohms; R2 = 880 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","15.9091",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 8 volts; R1 = 360 ohms; R2 = 880 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","9.0909",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 10 volts; R1 = 300 ohms; R2 = 440 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","22.7273",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 8 volts; R1 = 120 ohms; R2 = 640 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","12.5",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 8 volts; R1 = 800 ohms; R2 = 560 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","14.2857",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 12 volts; R1 = 260 ohms; R2 = 580 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","20.6897",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 8 volts; R1 = 380 ohms; R2 = 520 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","15.3846",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 4 volts; R1 = 480 ohms; R2 = 740 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","5.4054",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 8 volts; R1 = 320 ohms; R2 = 580 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","13.7931",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 6 volts; R1 = 300 ohms; R2 = 420 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","14.2857",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 12 volts; R1 = 920 ohms; R2 = 460 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","26.087",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 4 volts; R1 = 100 ohms; R2 = 540 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","7.4074",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 14 volts; R1 = 360 ohms; R2 = 180 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","77.7778",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 16 volts; R1 = 840 ohms; R2 = 620 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","25.8065",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 14 volts; R1 = 620 ohms; R2 = 100 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","140",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 6 volts; R1 = 980 ohms; R2 = 620 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","9.6774",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 2 volts; R1 = 320 ohms; R2 = 140 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","14.2857",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 2 volts; R1 = 360 ohms; R2 = 820 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","2.439",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 20 volts; R1 = 200 ohms; R2 = 500 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","40",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 18 volts; R1 = 100 ohms; R2 = 220 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","81.8182",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 20 volts; R1 = 860 ohms; R2 = 480 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","41.6667",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 2 volts; R1 = 960 ohms; R2 = 1000 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","2",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 10 volts; R1 = 120 ohms; R2 = 600 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","16.6667",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 2 volts; R1 = 660 ohms; R2 = 520 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","3.8462",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 8 volts; R1 = 960 ohms; R2 = 800 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","10",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 20 volts; R1 = 440 ohms; R2 = 720 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","27.7778",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 16 volts; R1 = 680 ohms; R2 = 740 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","21.6216",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 18 volts; R1 = 440 ohms; R2 = 620 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","29.0323",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 2 volts; R1 = 340 ohms; R2 = 260 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","7.6923",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 18 volts; R1 = 120 ohms; R2 = 720 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","25",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 8 volts; R1 = 420 ohms; R2 = 280 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","28.5714",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 20 volts; R1 = 840 ohms; R2 = 520 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","38.4615",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 14 volts; R1 = 920 ohms; R2 = 760 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","18.4211",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 2 volts; R1 = 700 ohms; R2 = 660 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","3.0303",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 10 volts; R1 = 840 ohms; R2 = 180 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","55.5556",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 12 volts; R1 = 300 ohms; R2 = 780 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","15.3846",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 14 volts; R1 = 660 ohms; R2 = 340 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","41.1765",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 12 volts; R1 = 440 ohms; R2 = 960 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","12.5",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 12 volts; R1 = 120 ohms; R2 = 760 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","15.7895",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 4 volts; R1 = 700 ohms; R2 = 960 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","4.1667",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 12 volts; R1 = 320 ohms; R2 = 280 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","42.8571",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 20 volts; R1 = 420 ohms; R2 = 780 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","7",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 12 volts; R1 = 600 ohms; R2 = 440 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","6.9231",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 16 volts; R1 = 780 ohms; R2 = 980 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","7.0909",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 16 volts; R1 = 240 ohms; R2 = 360 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","6.4",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 8 volts; R1 = 160 ohms; R2 = 660 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","1.561",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 10 volts; R1 = 820 ohms; R2 = 820 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","5",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 4 volts; R1 = 320 ohms; R2 = 580 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","1.4222",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 14 volts; R1 = 460 ohms; R2 = 800 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","5.1111",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 4 volts; R1 = 720 ohms; R2 = 820 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","1.8701",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 18 volts; R1 = 820 ohms; R2 = 780 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","9.225",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 18 volts; R1 = 700 ohms; R2 = 740 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","8.75",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 12 volts; R1 = 300 ohms; R2 = 640 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","3.8298",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 12 volts; R1 = 680 ohms; R2 = 960 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","4.9756",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 6 volts; R1 = 920 ohms; R2 = 900 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","3.033",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 4 volts; R1 = 860 ohms; R2 = 760 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","2.1235",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 4 volts; R1 = 160 ohms; R2 = 480 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","1",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 10 volts; R1 = 340 ohms; R2 = 380 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","4.7222",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 14 volts; R1 = 740 ohms; R2 = 560 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","7.9692",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 2 volts; R1 = 500 ohms; R2 = 580 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","0.92593",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 20 volts; R1 = 840 ohms; R2 = 220 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","15.8491",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 20 volts; R1 = 800 ohms; R2 = 540 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","11.9403",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 4 volts; R1 = 500 ohms; R2 = 400 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","2.2222",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 18 volts; R1 = 620 ohms; R2 = 520 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","9.7895",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 4 volts; R1 = 120 ohms; R2 = 540 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","0.72727",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 12 volts; R1 = 180 ohms; R2 = 360 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","4",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 8 volts; R1 = 840 ohms; R2 = 520 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","4.9412",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 20 volts; R1 = 520 ohms; R2 = 340 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","12.093",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 10 volts; R1 = 260 ohms; R2 = 420 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","3.8235",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 14 volts; R1 = 660 ohms; R2 = 100 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","12.1579",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 4 volts; R1 = 660 ohms; R2 = 860 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","1.7368",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 2 volts; R1 = 460 ohms; R2 = 420 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","1.0455",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 10 volts; R1 = 340 ohms; R2 = 160 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","6.8",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 10 volts; R1 = 240 ohms; R2 = 860 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","2.1818",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 12 volts; R1 = 100 ohms; R2 = 880 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","1.2245",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 10 volts; R1 = 520 ohms; R2 = 520 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","5",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 16 volts; R1 = 260 ohms; R2 = 260 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","8",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 12 volts; R1 = 560 ohms; R2 = 600 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","5.7931",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 18 volts; R1 = 520 ohms; R2 = 700 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","7.6721",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 4 volts; R1 = 360 ohms; R2 = 300 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","2.1818",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 18 volts; R1 = 200 ohms; R2 = 860 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","3.3962",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 6 volts; R1 = 240 ohms; R2 = 640 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","1.6364",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 2 volts; R1 = 260 ohms; R2 = 320 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","0.89655",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 20 volts; R1 = 120 ohms; R2 = 620 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","3.2432",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 8 volts; R1 = 420 ohms; R2 = 180 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","5.6",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 16 volts; R1 = 480 ohms; R2 = 800 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","6",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 16 volts; R1 = 800 ohms; R2 = 160 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","13.3333",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 18 volts; R1 = 300 ohms; R2 = 640 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","5.7447",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 8 volts; R1 = 260 ohms; R2 = 840 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","1.8909",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 6 volts; R1 = 740 ohms; R2 = 460 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","3.7",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the voltage, in volts, across the resistor R1 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 16 volts; R1 = 800 ohms; R2 = 640 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","8.8889",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/resistor network circuit analysis","dc_basic_circuit_analysis","Circuit Analysis","Determine the current flowing, in milli amps, through the resistor R2 in the circuit shown below, given the following component values: Vin = 18 volts; R1 = 560 ohms; R2 = 900 ohms; R3 = 480 ohms.

","Numerical Question","2","9.2784",""," ",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6.0714 Ω","","0","485.71 Ω","","0","404.76 Ω","","100","364.29 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","440 kΩ","","100","352 kΩ","","0","528 kΩ","","0","2.4 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6.3 V","","0","297.6 V","","0","272.8 V","","0","7 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","363 Ω","","0","330 Ω","","100","4 Ω","","0","297 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","254.1 kV","","0","231 kV","","0","207.9 kV","","0","30 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","80.604 Ω","","0","5.6287 Ω","","0","5.117 Ω","","0","100.76 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.56 kΩ","","100","1.404 kΩ","","0","110 Ω","","0","120 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","13.5 V","","0","12 V","","0","192 kV","","0","15 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5 V","","100","110 V","","0","90 V","","0","4 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7.52 kΩ","","0","10.34 kΩ","","0","8.8 Ω","","0","9.4 kΩ","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","264 kΩ","","0","330 kΩ","","100","288 Ω","","0","396 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","14 kV","","0","21 kV","","0","72 V","","0","80 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","26.17 V","","100","23.553 V","","0","942.13 V","","0","1.2562 kV","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5.566 V","","0","6.1845 V","","100","2.7566 kV","","0","3.0072 kV","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6 V","","100","4.8 V","","0","5.4 V","","0","470.8 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","25 V","","100","30 V","","0","22.5 V","","0","258.3 kV","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.3463 kV","","0","1.6155 kV","","0","4.038 V","","100","3.2304 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","25 V","","100","110 kV","","0","100 kV","","0","120 kV","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","80 V","","0","90 V","","0","100 V","","100","24.3 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.079 kV","","0","2.772 kV","","0","64 V","","0","80 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","10.791 mV","","100","8.8867 kV","","0","8.6331 mV","","0","12.95 mV","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","81 Ω","","0","99 Ω","","0","575 kΩ","","100","72 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","198 V","","0","10 V","","100","176 V","","0","8 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7.28 kV","","0","2 V","","100","10.92 kV","","0","2.2 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","558 V","","0","11 V","","0","496 V","","0","10 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.4 V","","0","4 V","","100","506 V","","0","3.2 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","264 V","","0","1.0164 MV","","0","242 V","","0","220 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3 V","","100","3.3 V","","0","1.9648 kV","","0","2.7016 kV","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","27.854 kΩ","","100","1.9272 Ω","","0","25.069 kΩ","","0","22.284 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","109.09 V","","100","98.182 V","","0","54.545 kV","","0","130.91 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","240 Ω","","0","36.91 kΩ","","100","44.292 kΩ","","0","40.601 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6.82 kV","","0","288 V","","0","240 V","","100","5.58 kV","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","9.5294 Ω","","0","330 kΩ","","100","297 kΩ","","0","264 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","16.544 kΩ","","0","8 Ω","","0","20.68 kΩ","","100","18.612 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","10 kΩ","","0","13.75 kΩ","","0","11.25 kΩ","","0","12.5 kΩ","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","15.625 Ω","","0","6.3636 kΩ","","0","5.303 kΩ","","100","17.045 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","25.701 V","","0","323.34 V","","0","28.913 V","","0","32.126 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","591.3 mV","","0","739.13 mV","","100","377.63 V","","0","813.04 mV","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.2995 kV","","0","627.91 mV","","100","2.587 kV","","0","3.1619 kV","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","110 Ω","","0","90 Ω","","0","10 Ω","","100","120 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7.047 kΩ","","0","180 Ω","","0","7.83 kΩ","","100","150 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3.1845 kV","","0","629.9 mV","","0","3.503 kV","","0","699.89 mV","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","27 kV","","0","27 V","","0","24 V","","0","30 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","88.439 Ω","","0","79.595 Ω","","0","937.92 Ω","","100","1.0317 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.5619 kV","","0","476.19 mV","","100","1.7571 kV","","0","428.57 mV","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.01 kΩ","","100","1.809 kΩ","","0","45 Ω","","0","55 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","4.32 kΩ","","0","3.6 kΩ","","100","48 Ω","","0","40 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent resistance for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","200 kΩ","","100","220 kΩ","","0","72 Ω","","0","96 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","50.038 kV","","0","55.042 kV","","0","40.209 V","","0","44.677 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/DC/Thevenin equivalent circuits","dc_thevenin","DC Thevinin Equivalent","Determine the Thevenin equivalent voltage for the circuit shown below between the nodes A and B.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.4621 kV","","0","2.2345 V","","0","2.7083 kV","","0","2.4828 V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 60 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.0083333 amps","","100","0 amps","","0","0.025 amps","","0","120 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.4 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 80 ohms; and the diode forward voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.02 amps","","100","0 amps","","0","0.04 amps","","0","0.024 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.9 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 10 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.7 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.22 amps","","100","0 amps","","0","0.36 amps","","0","4.5455 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.4 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 70 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.6 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.0028571 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.014286 amps","","0","350 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.4 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 90 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.0011111 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.01 amps","","0","900 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1.2 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 20 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.02 amps","","100","0 amps","","0","0.1 amps","","0","50 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.7 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 50 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.4 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.046 amps","","100","0 amps","","0","0.062 amps","","0","0.0368 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1.7 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 90 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.4 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.014444 amps","","100","0 amps","","0","0.023333 amps","","0","0.017333 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1.9 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 90 ohms; and the diode knee voltage is 0.3 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.017778 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.024444 amps","","0","0.014222 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 3 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 30 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.083333 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.11667 amps","","0","12 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 90 ohms; and the diode knee voltage is 0.3 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.018889 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.025556 amps","","0","52.9412 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.7 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 10 ohms; and the diode forward voltage is 0.7 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.2 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.34 amps","","0","0.24 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.1 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 30 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.043333 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.096667 amps","","0","0.052 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.9 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 100 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.7 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.022 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.036 amps","","0","45.4545 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.6 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 70 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.0028571 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.02 amps","","0","0.0022857 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.7 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 10 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.4 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.23 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.31 amps","","0","0.184 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.2 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 90 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.4 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.0022222 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.0066667 amps","","0","0.0026667 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.3 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 100 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.002 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.008 amps","","0","500 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.4 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 50 ohms; and the diode knee voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.032 amps","","100","0 amps","","0","0.064 amps","","0","31.25 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1.6 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 80 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.01375 amps","","100","0 amps","","0","0.02625 amps","","0","72.7273 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.6 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 40 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.045 amps","","100","0 amps","","0","0.085 amps","","0","22.2222 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1.9 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 80 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.01375 amps","","100","0 amps","","0","0.03375 amps","","0","0.0165 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.8 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 50 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.7 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.042 amps","","100","0 amps","","0","0.07 amps","","0","0.0336 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.6 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 70 ohms; and the diode knee voltage is 0.4 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.031429 amps","","100","0 amps","","0","0.042857 amps","","0","0.025143 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 20 ohms; and the diode forward voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.075 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.125 amps","","0","13.3333 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 3 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 10 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.3 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.27 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.33 amps","","0","0.324 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.9 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 100 ohms; and the diode forward voltage is 0.7 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.022 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.036 amps","","0","0.0176 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.3 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 10 ohms; and the diode forward voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.02 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.08 amps","","0","0.016 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1.4 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 20 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.045 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.095 amps","","0","22.2222 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.4 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 10 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.01 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.09 amps","","0","0.012 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.5 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 60 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.7 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.0033333 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.02 amps","","0","0.004 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Current Flow","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.3 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 40 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.045 amps","","0","0 amps","","100","0.07 amps","","0","0.054 amps","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 8 volts and the resistor is 40 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","100","Reverse Biased","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 10 volts and the resistors are both 50 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","100","Reverse Biased","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 9 volts and the resistor is 30 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","100","Reverse Biased","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 6 volts and the resistor is 30 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","100","Reverse Biased","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 4 volts and the resistor is 100 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","100","Reverse Biased","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 5 volts and the resistor is 100 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","100","Reverse Biased","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 8 volts and the resistor is 100 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","100","Reverse Biased","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 13 volts and the resistor is 60 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","100","Reverse Biased","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 12 volts and the resistor is 50 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","100","Reverse Biased","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 4 volts and the resistors are both 70 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","100","Reverse Biased","","-100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 10 volts and the resistor is 90 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","-100","Reverse Biased","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 12 volts and the resistors are both 80 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","-100","Reverse Biased","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 5 volts and the resistor is 70 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","-100","Reverse Biased","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 8 volts and the resistor is 30 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","-100","Reverse Biased","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 13 volts and the resistor is 40 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","-100","Reverse Biased","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 5 volts and the resistor is 80 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","-100","Reverse Biased","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 5 volts and the resistor is 80 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","-100","Reverse Biased","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 7 volts and the resistor is 60 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","-100","Reverse Biased","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 10 volts and the resistor is 40 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","-100","Reverse Biased","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","Diode Biasing","Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 11 volts and the resistors are both 10 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Forward Biased","","-100","Reverse Biased","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 5 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.6 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 24 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3600 Ω","","0","3300 Ω","","0","150 Ω","","100","7500 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 48 V; and the LED forward voltage is 1.4 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 29 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","470 Ω","","0","1800 Ω","","100","2200 Ω","","0","3300 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 63 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.2 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 30 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","330 Ω","","0","2200 Ω","","100","5600 Ω","","0","1200 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 64 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.4 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 18 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6800 Ω","","0","200 Ω","","0","3600 Ω","","100","510 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 99 V; and the LED maximum forward voltage is 2 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 27 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1200 Ω","","0","3600 Ω","","100","5600 Ω","","0","2200 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 100 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.4 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 30 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","360 Ω","","0","750 Ω","","0","4700 Ω","","0","3300 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 76 V; and the LED maximum forward voltage is 1.6 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 12 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","560 Ω","","0","360 Ω","","0","6800 Ω","","100","910 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 53 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.5 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 30 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5600 Ω","","0","750 Ω","","0","1800 Ω","","100","3300 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 76 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.6 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 22 mA.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","270 Ω","","0","220 Ω","","0","3600 Ω","","100","8200 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 84 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.9 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 14 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2400 Ω","","0","1 kΩ","","0","6800 Ω","","100","330 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 76 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.6 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 10 mA.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1500 Ω","","0","390 Ω","","0","7500 Ω","","100","200 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 81 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.2 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 16 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","680 Ω","","0","150 Ω","","0","1 kΩ","","0","5100 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 81 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.7 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 9 mA.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","240 Ω","","0","2200 Ω","","0","9100 Ω","","100","1200 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 66 V; and the LED maximum forward voltage is 1.8 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 14 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","680 Ω","","0","8200 Ω","","0","240 Ω","","0","4700 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 59 V; and the LED maximum forward voltage is 1.4 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 17 mA.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2200 Ω","","0","240 Ω","","0","220 Ω","","0","3600 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 80 V; and the LED forward voltage is 1.8 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 10 mA.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","240 Ω","","0","1800 Ω","","0","8200 Ω","","100","7500 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 56 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.7 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 8 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5100 Ω","","0","3300 Ω","","0","180 Ω","","0","6800 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 42 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.7 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 17 mA.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","910 Ω","","0","3300 Ω","","0","330 Ω","","0","2400 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 22 V; and the LED maximum forward voltage is 1.7 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 19 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2 kΩ","","0","1200 Ω","","100","270 Ω","","0","4700 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 64 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.8 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 11 mA.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6800 Ω","","100","470 Ω","","0","3300 Ω","","0","4700 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 55 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.2 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 13 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","470 Ω","","0","4700 Ω","","100","1800 Ω","","0","1 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 26 V; and the LED forward voltage is 1.8 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 16 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2200 Ω","","0","6800 Ω","","0","820 Ω","","0","1800 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 81 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.2 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 23 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","150 Ω","","0","820 Ω","","0","3600 Ω","","100","1 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 8 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.4 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 18 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","390 Ω","","100","2700 Ω","","0","360 Ω","","0","910 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 70 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.7 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 29 mA.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","6800 Ω","","0","360 Ω","","0","2400 Ω","","100","1800 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 37 V; and the LED forward voltage is 1.8 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 22 mA.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2 kΩ","","0","1500 Ω","","0","1800 Ω","","100","360 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 48 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 2 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 19 mA.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","330 Ω","","0","5600 Ω","","0","6800 Ω","","0","2700 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 42 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.3 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 8 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","200 Ω","","0","5100 Ω","","100","750 Ω","","0","510 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 75 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.4 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 20 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","3900 Ω","","100","820 Ω","","0","1 kΩ","","0","560 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 37 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.9 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 23 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","820 Ω","","0","1800 Ω","","100","2200 Ω","","0","3900 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Diodes","diodes","LED Protection","The voltage source in the circuit below provides 58 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.8 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 30 mA.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","2 kΩ","","100","330 Ω","","0","180 Ω","","0","7500 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","light emitting diode","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","100","ceramic capacitor","","0","pot","","0","diode","","0","LCD","","0","resistor","","0","inductor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","LCD","","0","LED","","0","ceramic capacitor","","100","diode","","0","LDR","","0","resistor","","0","potentiometer","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0","inductor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","potentiometer","","0","inductor","","0","LCD","","0","ceramic capacitor","","0","resistor","","100","diode","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0","LDR","","0","LED","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","inductor","","100","resistor","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0","potentiometer","","0","ceramic capacitor","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","light emitting diode","","0","LCD","","0","diode","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0","potentiometer","","100","light emitting diode","","0","inductor","","0","diode","","0","resistor","","0","LDR","","0","ceramic capacitor","","0","LCD","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","LCD","","0","light dependent resistor","","100","resistor","","0","pot","","0","diode","","0","LED","","0","ceramic capacitor","","0","inductor","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","pot","","0","LED","","0","LDR","","0","LCD","","100","electrolytic capacitor","","0","diode","","0","resistor","","0","ceramic capacitor","","0","inductor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","resistor","","0","LCD","","0","light emitting diode","","100","diode","","0","ceramic capacitor","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","potentiometer","","0","inductor","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","resistor","","0","potentiometer","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","light emitting diode","","0","ceramic capacitor","","0","diode","","100","LCD","","0","inductor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","electrolytic capacitor","","100","LCD","","0","diode","","0","potentiometer","","0","resistor","","0","LED","","0","ceramic capacitor","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","inductor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","inductor","","0","potentiometer","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","light emitting diode","","0","LCD","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0","diode","","0","ceramic capacitor","","100","resistor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","LDR","","0","resistor","","100","potentiometer","","0","diode","","0","LCD","","0","ceramic capacitor","","0","inductor","","0","LED","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","LCD","","0","resistor","","0","diode","","0","inductor","","100","ceramic capacitor","","0","potentiometer","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","LED","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","diode","","0","ceramic capacitor","","0","LDR","","0","pot","","100","inductor","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0","light emitting diode","","0","LCD","","0","resistor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","ceramic capacitor","","0","LDR","","100","LCD","","0","resistor","","0","LED","","0","potentiometer","","0","inductor","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0","diode","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","potentiometer","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0","light emitting diode","","0","inductor","","0","diode","","0","LCD","","100","resistor","","0","ceramic capacitor","","0","light dependent resistor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","LDR","","0","inductor","","0","diode","","0","ceramic capacitor","","0","potentiometer","","0","resistor","","0","LCD","","0","light emitting diode","","100","electrolytic capacitor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Component Images","What component is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","LDR","","0","potentiometer","","0","diode","","100","inductor","","0","electrolytic capacitor","","0","LED","","0","LCD","","0","resistor","","0","ceramic capacitor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","switch","","0","inductor","","0","operational amplifier","","0","DC voltage source","","0","capacitor","","0","LED","","0","variable resistor","","0","diode","","0","bipolar transistor","","100","AC voltage source","","0","potentiometer","","0","resistor","","0","LDR","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","switch","","0","LDR","","0","op amp","","0","resistor","","0","inductor","","0","diode","","0","pot","","0","AC voltage source","","0","bipolar transistor","","0","capacitor","","0","DC voltage source","","100","LED","","0","rheostat","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","switch","","0","AC voltage source","","100","BJT","","0","diode","","0","potentiometer","","0","light emitting diode","","0","op amp","","0","capacitor","","0","LDR","","0","DC voltage source","","0","inductor","","0","variable resistor","","0","resistor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","op amp","","0","resistor","","0","AC voltage source","","0","light emitting diode","","0","capacitor","","0","diode","","0","rheostat","","0","DC voltage source","","0","potentiometer","","0","LDR","","0","switch","","100","inductor","","0","bipolar transistor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","diode","","0","switch","","0","light emitting diode","","0","variable resistor","","0","BJT","","0","LDR","","0","potentiometer","","0","resistor","","0","capacitor","","100","inductor","","0","AC voltage source","","0","DC voltage source","","0","operational amplifier","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","diode","","0","inductor","","0","switch","","0","LDR","","0","rheostat","","0","operational amplifier","","0","capacitor","","0","light emitting diode","","0","BJT","","0","AC voltage source","","0","resistor","","100","DC voltage source","","0","pot","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","BJT","","0","light emitting diode","","0","resistor","","0","DC voltage source","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","inductor","","0","operational amplifier","","0","pot","","0","variable resistor","","100","AC voltage source","","0","diode","","0","switch","","0","capacitor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","resistor","","0","potentiometer","","0","inductor","","100","DC voltage source","","0","AC voltage source","","0","LDR","","0","bipolar transistor","","0","op amp","","0","capacitor","","0","variable resistor","","0","light emitting diode","","0","diode","","0","switch","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","light emitting diode","","0","variable resistor","","0","BJT","","0","resistor","","0","DC voltage source","","0","pot","","100","diode","","0","LDR","","0","AC voltage source","","0","capacitor","","0","switch","","0","op amp","","0","inductor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","switch","","0","AC voltage source","","0","diode","","0","BJT","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","inductor","","0","operational amplifier","","0","variable resistor","","0","light emitting diode","","100","resistor","","0","pot","","0","DC voltage source","","0","capacitor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","LED","","0","capacitor","","0","DC voltage source","","0","diode","","100","light dependent resistor","","0","rheostat","","0","switch","","0","resistor","","0","operational amplifier","","0","potentiometer","","0","AC voltage source","","0","inductor","","0","bipolar transistor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","pot","","0","AC voltage source","","0","switch","","0","DC voltage source","","0","operational amplifier","","0","LED","","0","variable resistor","","0","bipolar transistor","","100","LDR","","0","capacitor","","0","diode","","0","resistor","","0","inductor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","capacitor","","0","operational amplifier","","0","inductor","","0","potentiometer","","0","LDR","","0","light emitting diode","","0","AC voltage source","","0","resistor","","0","bipolar transistor","","0","DC voltage source","","100","variable resistor","","0","diode","","0","switch","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","light emitting diode","","0","rheostat","","0","switch","","0","diode","","0","operational amplifier","","0","BJT","","0","AC voltage source","","100","capacitor","","0","LDR","","0","resistor","","0","inductor","","0","DC voltage source","","0","potentiometer","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","op amp","","0","diode","","0","potentiometer","","0","AC voltage source","","0","variable resistor","","0","LDR","","0","DC voltage source","","0","switch","","100","inductor","","0","BJT","","0","capacitor","","0","light emitting diode","","0","resistor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","capacitor","","100","resistor","","0","variable resistor","","0","diode","","0","DC voltage source","","0","operational amplifier","","0","switch","","0","AC voltage source","","0","BJT","","0","light emitting diode","","0","pot","","0","inductor","","0","LDR","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","AC voltage source","","0","light emitting diode","","0","diode","","0","capacitor","","0","potentiometer","","0","switch","","0","DC voltage source","","0","operational amplifier","","0","variable resistor","","100","inductor","","0","resistor","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","bipolar transistor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","switch","","0","diode","","0","light emitting diode","","0","DC voltage source","","0","resistor","","0","pot","","0","inductor","","100","AC voltage source","","0","bipolar transistor","","0","capacitor","","0","operational amplifier","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","rheostat","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","diode","","0","switch","","0","pot","","100","LED","","0","resistor","","0","AC voltage source","","0","DC voltage source","","0","capacitor","","0","inductor","","0","rheostat","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","bipolar transistor","","0","operational amplifier","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","inductor","","0","diode","","0","light emitting diode","","100","resistor","","0","BJT","","0","AC voltage source","","0","operational amplifier","","0","capacitor","","0","LDR","","0","rheostat","","0","pot","","0","DC voltage source","","0","switch","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","diode","","100","BJT","","0","AC voltage source","","0","light emitting diode","","0","capacitor","","0","resistor","","0","pot","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","variable resistor","","0","switch","","0","op amp","","0","DC voltage source","","0","inductor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","potentiometer","","0","inductor","","0","bipolar transistor","","100","resistor","","0","LED","","0","switch","","0","LDR","","0","diode","","0","AC voltage source","","0","capacitor","","0","DC voltage source","","0","rheostat","","0","op amp","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","light emitting diode","","0","operational amplifier","","0","DC voltage source","","100","switch","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","resistor","","0","pot","","0","bipolar transistor","","0","inductor","","0","variable resistor","","0","diode","","0","AC voltage source","","0","capacitor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","DC voltage source","","0","variable resistor","","0","AC voltage source","","0","operational amplifier","","0","capacitor","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","diode","","0","inductor","","100","switch","","0","bipolar transistor","","0","resistor","","0","pot","","0","light emitting diode","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","bipolar transistor","","0","switch","","0","diode","","0","DC voltage source","","0","potentiometer","","0","resistor","","0","capacitor","","0","LED","","100","light dependent resistor","","0","rheostat","","0","inductor","","0","operational amplifier","","0","AC voltage source","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","potentiometer","","0","variable resistor","","0","DC voltage source","","0","op amp","","0","switch","","0","light dependent resistor","","0","BJT","","0","AC voltage source","","0","capacitor","","0","diode","","100","inductor","","0","resistor","","0","LED","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","rheostat","","0","DC voltage source","","0","LDR","","0","op amp","","0","bipolar transistor","","100","inductor","","0","light emitting diode","","0","resistor","","0","potentiometer","","0","capacitor","","0","switch","","0","diode","","0","AC voltage source","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","op amp","","0","LDR","","0","inductor","","0","switch","","0","resistor","","0","DC voltage source","","100","light emitting diode","","0","pot","","0","BJT","","0","AC voltage source","","0","diode","","0","rheostat","","0","capacitor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","AC voltage source","","0","bipolar transistor","","0","LED","","100","diode","","0","variable resistor","","0","DC voltage source","","0","capacitor","","0","resistor","","0","inductor","","0","switch","","0","op amp","","0","potentiometer","","0","light dependent resistor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical components","component_idenitfication","Symbols of Basic Components","What component symbol is shown in the image below?

","Multiple Choice Question","0","light dependent resistor","","0","capacitor","","0","diode","","100","resistor","","0","AC voltage source","","0","switch","","0","potentiometer","","0","operational amplifier","","0","DC voltage source","","0","light emitting diode","","0","BJT","","0","rheostat","","0","inductor","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Current","A"," ","Resistance","Ω"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Current","A"," ","Capacitance","F"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Current","A"," ","Charge","C"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Current","A"," ","Inductance","H"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Current","A"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Resistance","Ω"," ","Capacitance","F"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Resistance","Ω"," ","Charge","C"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Resistance","Ω"," ","Inductance","H"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Resistance","Ω"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Capacitance","F"," ","Charge","C"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Capacitance","F"," ","Inductance","H"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Capacitance","F"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Charge","C"," ","Inductance","H"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Charge","C"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Inductance","H"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Current","A"," ","Resistance","Ω"," ","Capacitance","F"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Current","A"," ","Resistance","Ω"," ","Charge","C"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Current","A"," ","Resistance","Ω"," ","Inductance","H"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Current","A"," ","Resistance","Ω"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Current","A"," ","Capacitance","F"," ","Charge","C"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Current","A"," ","Capacitance","F"," ","Inductance","H"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Current","A"," ","Capacitance","F"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Current","A"," ","Charge","C"," ","Inductance","H"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Current","A"," ","Charge","C"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Current","A"," ","Inductance","H"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Resistance","Ω"," ","Capacitance","F"," ","Charge","C"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Resistance","Ω"," ","Capacitance","F"," ","Inductance","H"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Resistance","Ω"," ","Capacitance","F"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Resistance","Ω"," ","Charge","C"," ","Inductance","H"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Resistance","Ω"," ","Charge","C"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Resistance","Ω"," ","Inductance","H"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Capacitance","F"," ","Charge","C"," ","Inductance","H"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Capacitance","F"," ","Charge","C"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Capacitance","F"," ","Inductance","H"," ","Power","W"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit symbol","Shown below are three symbols that represent the unit measurement for particular quanitities. Match each unit measurement symbol to its corresponding electrical quantity.

Note that unit of measurement symbol is different to the quantity symbol. For example the symbol for the unit of measurement of capacitance (the Farad) is F. However the symbol for capacitance is C. ","Matching Question","0","Charge","C"," ","Inductance","H"," ","Power","W"," ",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","91 gigacoulombs (GC) of charge equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","910000 MC","","0","9100 MC","","0","91000 MC","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","50 kilohms (kΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","5000000 Ω","","0","5000 Ω","","0","0.05 MΩ","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","84 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.084 mH","","100","8400 nH","","0","0.84 mH","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","13 kiloamps (kA) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","13000 A","","100","0.13 MA","","0","130 A","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","63 microvolts (μV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.63 mV","","0","0.063 mV","","100","0.00063 mV","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","91 millifarads (mF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.91 F","","0","0.00091 F","","0","91000 μF","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","84 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","840000 nH","","0","8.4 mH","","0","84000 nH","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","82 megavolts (MV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","8200000 kV","","0","0.082 GV","","100","0.0082 GV","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","49 gigohms (GΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","4900000 MΩ","","0","49000 MΩ","","100","490000 MΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","52 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.00052 μF","","0","5.2 μF","","0","0.052 μF","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","82 kiloamps (kA) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","820000 A","","0","8200000 A","","0","0.082 MA","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","43 gigohms (GΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","430 MΩ","","0","43000 MΩ","","100","4300 MΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","87 nanowatts (nW) of power equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.00087 μW","","0","0.087 μW","","100","0.0087 μW","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","55 nanohenries (nH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.55 μH","","0","0.0055 μH","","0","0.055 μH","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","6 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.06 mH","","0","600000 nH","","0","6000 nH","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","48 millivolts (mV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.00048 V","","0","48000 μV","","100","0.0048 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","14 milliamps (mA) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.4 A","","0","14000 μA","","100","0.00014 A","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","11 millihenries (mH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.011 H","","100","1100000 μH","","0","0.00011 H","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","26 kilocoulombs (kC) of charge equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","2600 C","","0","2600000 C","","0","0.026 MC","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","67 microcoulombs (μC) of charge equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.067 mC","","100","670000 nC","","0","0.67 mC","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","44 microcoulombs (μC) of charge equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","4400 nC","","0","44000 nC","","100","0.0044 mC","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","85 kilocoulombs (kC) of charge equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.85 MC","","0","850000 C","","0","85000 C","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","5 amps (A) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.005 kA","","100","0.5 kA","","0","0.05 kA","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","25 kilocoulombs (kC) of charge equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.5 MC","","0","25000 C","","100","0.0025 MC","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","40 kiloamps (kA) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.04 MA","","100","0.004 MA","","0","4000 A","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","2 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.0002 mH","","0","0.002 mH","","100","0.2 mH","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","83 megacoulombs (MC) of charge equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.083 GC","","100","8300000 kC","","0","8300 kC","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","86 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.86 μF","","0","8.6 μF","","0","0.086 μF","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","82 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","8.2 mH","","0","0.0082 mH","","0","82000 nH","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","49 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.0049 μF","","0","0.049 μF","","100","0.00049 μF","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","11 nanohms (nΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.011 μΩ","","100","0.00011 μΩ","","0","0.0011 μΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","12 millivolts (mV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","1.2 V","","0","0.012 V","","100","0.12 V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","38 nanocoulombs (nC) of charge equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.0038 μC","","0","3.8 μC","","0","0.038 μC","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","94 milliamps (mA) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.94 A","","0","94000 μA","","100","9400000 μA","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","18 ohms (Ω) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","18000 mΩ","","100","1800000 mΩ","","0","0.18 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","55 millifarads (mF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","550 μF","","0","5.5 F","","0","0.055 F","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","11 nanohenries (nH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.11 μH","","0","1.1 μH","","0","0.011 μH","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","75 coulombs (C) of charge equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","7500000 mC","","0","0.075 kC","","100","0.00075 kC","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","27 volts (V) of voltage equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","2.7 kV","","0","0.00027 kV","","0","0.027 kV","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","5 nanowatts (nW) of power equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.005 μW","","100","0.5 μW","","0","0.05 μW","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","97 kilovolts (kV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.097 MV","","100","9700000 V","","0","0.0097 MV","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","85 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.085 μF","","100","0.85 μF","","0","8.5 μF","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","94 megawatts (MW) of power equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","9400000 kW","","0","0.94 GW","","0","0.094 GW","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","36 nanohms (nΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.036 μΩ","","100","0.00036 μΩ","","0","3.6 μΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","95 megohms (MΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","9500 kΩ","","0","950 kΩ","","0","0.095 GΩ","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","34 kilowatts (kW) of power equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.034 MW","","100","340000 W","","0","0.0034 MW","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","12 millihenries (mH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.012 H","","100","120000 μH","","0","1.2 H","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","15 nanohms (nΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","0.15 μΩ","","0","1.5 μΩ","","0","0.015 μΩ","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","97 gigohms (GΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","970000 MΩ","","0","97000 MΩ","","100","970 MΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement","81 amps (A) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","810000 mA","","0","810 mA","","0","0.081 kA","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","6 gigohms (GΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","6 × 10^{ 9} Ω","","100","6 × 10^{ -9} Ω","","0","6 × 10^{ -3} Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","67 amps (A) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","67 × 10^{ -3} A","","0","67 × 10^{ 0} A","","100","67 × 10^{ -6} A","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","25 microcoulombs (μC) of charge equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","25 × 10^{ -6} C","","100","25 × 10^{ 3} C","","0","25 × 10^{ 6} C","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","76 nanohms (nΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","76 × 10^{ 3} Ω","","0","76 × 10^{ -9} Ω","","100","76 × 10^{ 9} Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","51 nanowatts (nW) of power equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","51 × 10^{ 6} W","","0","51 × 10^{ -9} W","","100","51 × 10^{ -6} W","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","98 ohms (Ω) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","98 × 10^{ 3} Ω","","0","98 × 10^{ 9} Ω","","0","98 × 10^{ 0} Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","98 millihenries (mH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","98 × 10^{ -3} H","","100","98 × 10^{ -9} H","","0","98 × 10^{ -6} H","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","16 amps (A) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","16 × 10^{ 0} A","","100","16 × 10^{ -6} A","","0","16 × 10^{ 3} A","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","56 kilocoulombs (kC) of charge equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","56 × 10^{ -3} C","","0","56 × 10^{ 3} C","","100","56 × 10^{ 6} C","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","66 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","66 × 10^{ -9} F","","100","66 × 10^{ -3} F","","0","66 × 10^{ -6} F","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","15 milliwatts (mW) of power equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","15 × 10^{ 0} W","","0","15 × 10^{ 6} W","","0","15 × 10^{ -3} W","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","41 millihenries (mH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","41 × 10^{ -9} H","","0","41 × 10^{ -6} H","","0","41 × 10^{ -3} H","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","94 megohms (MΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","94 × 10^{ 6} Ω","","100","94 × 10^{ 0} Ω","","0","94 × 10^{ 9} Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","68 megohms (MΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","68 × 10^{ -9} Ω","","0","68 × 10^{ 6} Ω","","100","68 × 10^{ 9} Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","60 ohms (Ω) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","60 × 10^{ -9} Ω","","0","60 × 10^{ 9} Ω","","0","60 × 10^{ 0} Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","73 megohms (MΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","73 × 10^{ -3} Ω","","0","73 × 10^{ 6} Ω","","100","73 × 10^{ -9} Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","21 millifarads (mF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","21 × 10^{ -6} F","","0","21 × 10^{ -3} F","","100","21 × 10^{ -9} F","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","27 microamps (μA) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","27 × 10^{ 0} A","","0","27 × 10^{ -3} A","","0","27 × 10^{ -6} A","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","39 microhms (μΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","39 × 10^{ 0} Ω","","0","39 × 10^{ -6} Ω","","100","39 × 10^{ -9} Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","16 milliohms (mΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","16 × 10^{ 3} Ω","","0","16 × 10^{ 6} Ω","","0","16 × 10^{ -3} Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","77 microamps (μA) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","77 × 10^{ -3} A","","0","77 × 10^{ 0} A","","0","77 × 10^{ -6} A","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","88 gigacoulombs (GC) of charge equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","88 × 10^{ -6} C","","0","88 × 10^{ -9} C","","0","88 × 10^{ 9} C","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","24 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","24 × 10^{ -3} F","","0","24 × 10^{ -6} F","","0","24 × 10^{ -9} F","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","81 microwatts (μW) of power equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","81 × 10^{ -6} W","","100","81 × 10^{ 3} W","","0","81 × 10^{ 6} W","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","39 amps (A) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","39 × 10^{ -6} A","","0","39 × 10^{ 0} A","","100","39 × 10^{ 3} A","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","7 kilohms (kΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","7 × 10^{ -9} Ω","","0","7 × 10^{ 9} Ω","","0","7 × 10^{ 3} Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","51 microvolts (μV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","51 × 10^{ -6} V","","100","51 × 10^{ 9} V","","0","51 × 10^{ 0} V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","81 millihenries (mH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","81 × 10^{ -9} H","","0","81 × 10^{ -3} H","","100","81 × 10^{ -6} H","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","94 gigohms (GΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","94 × 10^{ 0} Ω","","0","94 × 10^{ 3} Ω","","0","94 × 10^{ 9} Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","39 millifarads (mF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","39 × 10^{ -6} F","","0","39 × 10^{ -3} F","","100","39 × 10^{ -9} F","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","58 microamps (μA) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","58 × 10^{ 3} A","","0","58 × 10^{ -6} A","","100","58 × 10^{ 0} A","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","55 ohms (Ω) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","55 × 10^{ 0} Ω","","100","55 × 10^{ -6} Ω","","0","55 × 10^{ -9} Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","45 millicoulombs (mC) of charge equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","45 × 10^{ -9} C","","0","45 × 10^{ 9} C","","0","45 × 10^{ -3} C","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","55 milliwatts (mW) of power equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","55 × 10^{ 6} W","","0","55 × 10^{ -3} W","","100","55 × 10^{ 3} W","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","69 nanohenries (nH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","69 × 10^{ -3} H","","0","69 × 10^{ -9} H","","100","69 × 10^{ -6} H","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","8 gigohms (GΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","8 × 10^{ -6} Ω","","0","8 × 10^{ -3} Ω","","0","8 × 10^{ 9} Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","85 kilowatts (kW) of power equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","85 × 10^{ 3} W","","100","85 × 10^{ 6} W","","0","85 × 10^{ -9} W","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","63 milliamps (mA) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","63 × 10^{ -6} A","","0","63 × 10^{ 3} A","","0","63 × 10^{ -3} A","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","25 nanofarads (nF) of capacitance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","25 × 10^{ -9} F","","100","25 × 10^{ -3} F","","0","25 × 10^{ -6} F","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","97 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","97 × 10^{ -9} H","","0","97 × 10^{ -3} H","","0","97 × 10^{ -6} H","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","57 milliamps (mA) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","57 × 10^{ -3} A","","100","57 × 10^{ -6} A","","0","57 × 10^{ 0} A","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","60 milliwatts (mW) of power equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","60 × 10^{ 0} W","","0","60 × 10^{ -3} W","","100","60 × 10^{ 9} W","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","67 megohms (MΩ) of resistance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","67 × 10^{ 0} Ω","","0","67 × 10^{ 6} Ω","","100","67 × 10^{ -3} Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","54 millihenries (mH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","54 × 10^{ -9} H","","0","54 × 10^{ -3} H","","100","54 × 10^{ -6} H","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","60 microhenries (μH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","60 × 10^{ -9} H","","0","60 × 10^{ -3} H","","0","60 × 10^{ -6} H","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","58 microwatts (μW) of power equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","58 × 10^{ -6} W","","100","58 × 10^{ -3} W","","0","58 × 10^{ 3} W","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","89 microvolts (μV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","89 × 10^{ 6} V","","0","89 × 10^{ -6} V","","100","89 × 10^{ 3} V","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","70 nanovolts (nV) of voltage equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","70 × 10^{ 0} V","","0","70 × 10^{ -3} V","","0","70 × 10^{ -9} V","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","18 milliamps (mA) of current equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","18 × 10^{ 3} A","","0","18 × 10^{ -6} A","","0","18 × 10^{ -3} A","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Units of measurement - Engineering notation","97 nanohenries (nH) of inductance equates to which of the following options:","Multiple Choice Question","0","97 × 10^{ -3} H","","0","97 × 10^{ -9} H","","100","97 × 10^{ -6} H","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Note that quantity symbol is different to the unit symbol. For example the symbol for resistance is R. However the symbol for the unit of measurement of resistance (the ohm) is Ω.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Current","I"," ","Resistance","R"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Note that quantity symbol is different to the unit symbol. For example the symbol for resistance is R. However the symbol for the unit of measurement of resistance (the ohm) is Ω.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Current","I"," ","Capacitance","C"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Note that quantity symbol is different to the unit symbol. For example the symbol for resistance is R. However the symbol for the unit of measurement of resistance (the ohm) is Ω.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Current","I"," ","Charge","Q"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Current","I"," ","Inductance","L"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Current","I"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Resistance","R"," ","Capacitance","C"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Resistance","R"," ","Charge","Q"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Resistance","R"," ","Inductance","L"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Resistance","R"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Capacitance","C"," ","Charge","Q"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Capacitance","C"," ","Inductance","L"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Capacitance","C"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Charge","Q"," ","Inductance","L"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Charge","Q"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Voltage","V"," ","Inductance","L"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Current","I"," ","Resistance","R"," ","Capacitance","C"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Current","I"," ","Resistance","R"," ","Charge","Q"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Current","I"," ","Resistance","R"," ","Inductance","L"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Current","I"," ","Resistance","R"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Current","I"," ","Capacitance","C"," ","Charge","Q"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Current","I"," ","Capacitance","C"," ","Inductance","L"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Current","I"," ","Capacitance","C"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Current","I"," ","Charge","Q"," ","Inductance","L"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Current","I"," ","Charge","Q"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Current","I"," ","Inductance","L"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Resistance","R"," ","Capacitance","C"," ","Charge","Q"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Resistance","R"," ","Capacitance","C"," ","Inductance","L"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Resistance","R"," ","Capacitance","C"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Resistance","R"," ","Charge","Q"," ","Inductance","L"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Resistance","R"," ","Charge","Q"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Resistance","R"," ","Inductance","L"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Capacitance","C"," ","Charge","Q"," ","Inductance","L"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Capacitance","C"," ","Charge","Q"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Capacitance","C"," ","Inductance","L"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding symbol","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding symbol.

Also note that a particularly confusing symbol is the letter 'C' because it is used to represent both capacitance (a quantity) and coulombs (a unit of measurement of the quantity charge).","Matching Question","0","Charge","Q"," ","Inductance","L"," ","Power","P"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Ampere","Current"," ","Ohm","Resistance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Ampere","Current"," ","Farad","Capacitance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Ampere","Current"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Ampere","Current"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Ampere","Current"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Farad","Capacitance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Farad","Capacitance"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Farad","Capacitance"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Farad","Capacitance"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Volt","Voltage"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ampere","Current"," ","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Farad","Capacitance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ampere","Current"," ","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ampere","Current"," ","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ampere","Current"," ","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ampere","Current"," ","Farad","Capacitance"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ampere","Current"," ","Farad","Capacitance"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ampere","Current"," ","Farad","Capacitance"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ampere","Current"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ampere","Current"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ampere","Current"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Farad","Capacitance"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Farad","Capacitance"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Farad","Capacitance"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Ohm","Resistance"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Farad","Capacitance"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Farad","Capacitance"," ","Coulomb","Charge"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Farad","Capacitance"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Electrical quantities units and symbols","electrical_quantities_and_units","Match each electrical quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement","Shown below are three electrical quantities. Match each quantity to its corresponding unit of measurement.","Matching Question","0","Coulomb","Charge"," ","Henry","Inductance"," ","Watts","Power"," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 16 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","800",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 10 μF. Given that the resistor R is 17 kΩ and the voltage source is 8 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","170",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 5 μF. Given that the resistor R is 13 kΩ and the voltage source is 12 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","65",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 180 mH. Given that the resistor R is 17 Ω and the voltage source is 10 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","10.5882",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 12 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","600",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 2 μF. Given that the resistor R is 20 kΩ and the voltage source is 5 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","40",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 10 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 2 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","100",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 16 Ω and the inductor has an inductance of 220 mH, determine how many seconds will it take for the inductor's magnetic field to reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","68.75",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 16 Ω and the inductor has an inductance of 300 mH, determine how many seconds will it take for the inductor's magnetic field to reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","93.75",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 13 Ω and the inductor has an inductance of 380 mH, determine how many seconds will it take for the inductor's magnetic field to reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","146.1538",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 180 mH. Given that the resistor R is 13 Ω and the voltage source is 10 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","13.8462",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 2 μF. Given that the resistor R is 13 kΩ and the voltage source is 5 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","26",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 10 μF. Given that the resistor R is 10 kΩ and the voltage source is 12 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","100",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 20 Ω and the inductor has an inductance of 100 mH, determine how many seconds will it take for the inductor's magnetic field to reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","25",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 2 μF. Given that the resistor R is 12 kΩ and the voltage source is 6 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","24",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 12 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","600",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 340 mH. Given that the resistor R is 19 Ω and the voltage source is 12 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","17.8947",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 340 mH. Given that the resistor R is 15 Ω and the voltage source is 12 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","22.6667",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 10 μF. Given that the resistor R is 10 kΩ and the voltage source is 15 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","100",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 18 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","900",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 10 Ω and the inductor has an inductance of 100 mH, determine how many seconds will it take for the inductor's magnetic field to reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","50",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 10 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 2 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","100",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 16 Ω and the inductor has an inductance of 340 mH, determine how many seconds will it take for the inductor's magnetic field to reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","106.25",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 11 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 5 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","275",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 13 Ω and the inductor has an inductance of 340 mH, determine how many seconds will it take for the inductor's magnetic field to reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","130.7692",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 5 μF. Given that the resistor R is 20 kΩ and the voltage source is 6 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","100",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 19 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 5 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","475",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 2 μF. Given that the resistor R is 14 kΩ and the voltage source is 10 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","28",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 260 mH. Given that the resistor R is 12 Ω and the voltage source is 12 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","21.6667",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 100 mH. Given that the resistor R is 16 Ω and the voltage source is 20 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","6.25",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 2 μF. Given that the resistor R is 20 kΩ and the voltage source is 6 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","40",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 260 mH. Given that the resistor R is 17 Ω and the voltage source is 12 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","15.2941",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 100 mH. Given that the resistor R is 17 Ω and the voltage source is 5 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","5.8824",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 340 mH. Given that the resistor R is 18 Ω and the voltage source is 6 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","18.8889",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 20 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","1000",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 19 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 5 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

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","Numerical Question","1","475",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 10 μF. Given that the resistor R is 17 kΩ and the voltage source is 15 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","170",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 16 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 5 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

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","Numerical Question","1","400",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 2 μF. Given that the resistor R is 16 kΩ and the voltage source is 5 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","32",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 14 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 5 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","350",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 16 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 5 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","400",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 14 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","700",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 2 μF. Given that the resistor R is 18 kΩ and the voltage source is 8 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","36",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 19 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 2 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","190",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 380 mH. Given that the resistor R is 17 Ω and the voltage source is 12 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","22.3529",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 12 Ω and the inductor has an inductance of 220 mH, determine how many seconds will it take for the inductor's magnetic field to reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","91.6667",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 100 mH. Given that the resistor R is 14 Ω and the voltage source is 12 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","7.1429",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 2 μF. Given that the resistor R is 19 kΩ and the voltage source is 5 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","38",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 340 mH. Given that the resistor R is 20 Ω and the voltage source is 20 V, determine the time constant associated with this circuit.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","17",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","Given that the resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 11 kΩ and the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF, determine how many seconds will it take for the capacitor's voltage to be reach steady-state (steady-state is reached after five time constants) after the switch is closed.

Enter your answer, in milli seconds, in the field below

","Numerical Question","1","550",""," ", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 140 mH. Given that the resistor R is 15 Ω and the voltage source is 5 V.

Identify which of the four plots shown below the circuit correctly illustrates the electrical behaviour of the circuit over time given that the switch is closed at time t = 0 seconds.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 2 μF. Given that the resistor R is 10 kΩ and the voltage source is 8 V.

Identify which of the four plots shown below the circuit correctly illustrates the electrical behaviour of the circuit over time given that the switch is closed at time t = 0 seconds.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","100","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 300 mH. Given that the resistor R is 20 Ω and the voltage source is 12 V.

Identify which of the four plots shown below the circuit correctly illustrates the electrical behaviour of the circuit over time given that the switch is closed at time t = 0 seconds.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 220 mH. Given that the resistor R is 14 Ω and the voltage source is 6 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 13 kΩ; the capacitor has a capacitance of 5 μF and the voltage source is 8 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 16 kΩ; the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF and the voltage source is 6 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","100","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 11 kΩ; the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF and the voltage source is 12 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 300 mH. Given that the resistor R is 19 Ω and the voltage source is 6 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 100 mH. Given that the resistor R is 13 Ω and the voltage source is 6 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 5 μF. Given that the resistor R is 11 kΩ and the voltage source is 12 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 340 mH. Given that the resistor R is 10 Ω and the voltage source is 6 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 220 mH. Given that the resistor R is 20 Ω and the voltage source is 10 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 13 Ω; the inductor has an inductance of 340 mH and the voltage source is 5 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","100","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 20 kΩ; the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF and the voltage source is 8 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 10 kΩ; the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF and the voltage source is 20 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 2 μF. Given that the resistor R is 19 kΩ and the voltage source is 20 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 16 Ω; the inductor has an inductance of 380 mH and the voltage source is 20 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 19 Ω; the inductor has an inductance of 220 mH and the voltage source is 10 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 10 μF. Given that the resistor R is 12 kΩ and the voltage source is 15 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","100","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 300 mH. Given that the resistor R is 14 Ω and the voltage source is 20 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 5 μF. Given that the resistor R is 20 kΩ and the voltage source is 8 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 16 kΩ; the capacitor has a capacitance of 2 μF and the voltage source is 15 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 380 mH. Given that the resistor R is 11 Ω and the voltage source is 6 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 5 μF. Given that the resistor R is 12 kΩ and the voltage source is 20 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 180 mH. Given that the resistor R is 13 Ω and the voltage source is 8 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","100","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 11 Ω; the inductor has an inductance of 140 mH and the voltage source is 8 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 19 Ω; the inductor has an inductance of 180 mH and the voltage source is 8 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 2 μF. Given that the resistor R is 10 kΩ and the voltage source is 8 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 10 μF. Given that the resistor R is 17 kΩ and the voltage source is 5 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","100","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 19 Ω; the inductor has an inductance of 140 mH and the voltage source is 10 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","100","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 140 mH. Given that the resistor R is 16 Ω and the voltage source is 10 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","100","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 10 μF. Given that the resistor R is 17 kΩ and the voltage source is 10 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 15 kΩ; the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF and the voltage source is 6 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 13 Ω; the inductor has an inductance of 180 mH and the voltage source is 12 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 12 Ω; the inductor has an inductance of 180 mH and the voltage source is 15 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 180 mH. Given that the resistor R is 13 Ω and the voltage source is 15 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 10 Ω; the inductor has an inductance of 300 mH and the voltage source is 12 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 2 μF. Given that the resistor R is 16 kΩ and the voltage source is 15 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 220 mH. Given that the resistor R is 20 Ω and the voltage source is 12 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 12 kΩ; the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF and the voltage source is 12 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 16 Ω; the inductor has an inductance of 100 mH and the voltage source is 10 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 20 kΩ; the capacitor has a capacitance of 10 μF and the voltage source is 20 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 19 kΩ; the capacitor has a capacitance of 2 μF and the voltage source is 20 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 15 Ω; the inductor has an inductance of 260 mH and the voltage source is 5 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 5 μF. Given that the resistor R is 19 kΩ and the voltage source is 15 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The resistor R, in the circuit below, has a resistance of 11 kΩ; the capacitor has a capacitance of 2 μF and the voltage source is 10 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 260 mH. Given that the resistor R is 17 Ω and the voltage source is 6 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 5 μF. Given that the resistor R is 16 kΩ and the voltage source is 8 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","100","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The inductor in the circuit below has an inductance of 180 mH. Given that the resistor R is 19 Ω and the voltage source is 5 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","100","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","0", "//Electrical circuits/Inductor and capacitor operational characteristics/Transient response","inductor_capacitor_transient_response","Inductor and Capacitor Transient Response ","The capacitor in the circuit below has a capacitance of 5 μF. Given that the resistor R is 17 kΩ and the voltage source is 12 V.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","Plot A","","0","Plot B","","0","Plot C","","0","Plot D","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1500 Ω","","0","820 kΩ","","0","100 kΩ","","0","360 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","36 MΩ","","0","1 kΩ","","100","22 Ω","","0","120 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","510 kΩ","","100","82 Ω","","0","390 Ω","","0","22 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","1200 Ω","","0","2 kΩ","","0","3600 Ω","","0","750 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","20 MΩ","","0","47 MΩ","","0","330 kΩ","","0","10 MΩ","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","200 Ω","","0","33 Ω","","0","47 kΩ","","0","39 MΩ","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","240 kΩ","","100","27 MΩ","","0","330 Ω","","0","20 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","200 Ω","","0","360 kΩ","","0","560 Ω","","100","910 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","24 Ω","","0","33 MΩ","","0","12 MΩ","","100","51 MΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","27 MΩ","","100","22 MΩ","","0","910 kΩ","","0","240 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","33 Ω","","100","22 MΩ","","0","390 kΩ","","0","18 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","560 kΩ","","100","39 kΩ","","0","1500 Ω","","0","330 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","20 Ω","","0","68 MΩ","","100","56 kΩ","","0","220 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5100 Ω","","0","560 Ω","","0","15 kΩ","","0","330 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","82 kΩ","","100","47 Ω","","0","2700 Ω","","0","820 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","20 MΩ","","100","47 MΩ","","0","4700 Ω","","0","15 MΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","680 kΩ","","100","24 Ω","","0","51 kΩ","","0","22 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","27 Ω","","0","3900 Ω","","100","910 Ω","","0","360 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","33 MΩ","","0","20 Ω","","0","510 kΩ","","100","3600 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","180 Ω","","0","47 Ω","","0","390 kΩ","","100","360 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","560 Ω","","0","33 kΩ","","100","68 kΩ","","0","1200 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","750 kΩ","","0","75 Ω","","0","910 Ω","","100","56 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","82 MΩ","","100","22 MΩ","","0","33 kΩ","","0","15 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","24 Ω","","0","240 Ω","","0","39 Ω","","0","47 kΩ","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","330 kΩ","","0","20 kΩ","","100","12 MΩ","","0","20 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","240 kΩ","","0","75 MΩ","","0","12 Ω","","100","91 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","5100 Ω","","0","120 kΩ","","0","56 kΩ","","0","680 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","7500 Ω","","0","36 Ω","","0","51 Ω","","100","15 MΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","240 kΩ","","0","390 Ω","","100","15 MΩ","","0","56 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","51 MΩ","","0","270 Ω","","0","82 kΩ","","0","3300 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","470 Ω","","0","18 MΩ","","100","3600 Ω","","0","510 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","51 kΩ","","0","39 Ω","","0","24 MΩ","","0","22 MΩ","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","910 kΩ","","0","1200 Ω","","0","3600 Ω","","0","510 kΩ","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","330 kΩ","","0","68 kΩ","","0","91 kΩ","","100","56 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","27 kΩ","","0","360 kΩ","","0","56 Ω","","0","120 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","33 Ω","","100","120 kΩ","","0","510 kΩ","","0","1800 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","910 Ω","","100","200 kΩ","","0","12 MΩ","","0","510 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","33 MΩ","","0","2 kΩ","","100","24 MΩ","","0","18 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","240 kΩ","","0","36 Ω","","0","2200 Ω","","0","510 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","470 Ω","","0","5100 Ω","","100","22 MΩ","","0","27 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","470 kΩ","","0","68 MΩ","","0","15 MΩ","","100","27 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","15 Ω","","0","51 kΩ","","0","68 kΩ","","0","150 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","24 Ω","","0","33 Ω","","100","220 Ω","","0","120 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","33 kΩ","","0","36 Ω","","0","5600 Ω","","100","270 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","24 Ω","","0","75 Ω","","0","8200 Ω","","100","91 MΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","24 Ω","","0","24 kΩ","","0","510 kΩ","","100","18 Ω","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","750 kΩ","","100","82 Ω","","0","51 MΩ","","0","560 kΩ","","0",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","100 kΩ","","0","510 kΩ","","0","390 Ω","","0","3300 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","560 Ω","","0","20 Ω","","0","120 Ω","","0","4700 Ω","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor colour codes","resistor_colour_codes","Resistor Colour Codes","Determine the resistance of the resistor shown using its colour code.

","Multiple Choice Question","0","15 kΩ","","0","910 Ω","","0","33 MΩ","","0","22 kΩ","","100",
"//Electrical circuits/Resistor networks on a breadboard","resistor_networks_on_breadboards","Identifying Resistor Networks","Does the schematic below show how the resistors are connected on the breadboard?

(you may find it useful to open the breadboard image in a separate browser and zoom in)

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