# questions

A. large current flows in larger resistor
B. current is same in both
C. smaller resistance has smaller conductance.
D. potential difference across each is same
A. vd / 9
B. 9 vd
C. vd
D. vd /3
A. energy
B. charge
C. mass.
D. momentum
A. 36 x 10s ergs
B. 36 x 105 watts
C. 36 x 105 T.U
D. 36 x 105 joules
A. 4 r
B. r / 2
C. r / 4.
D. 2 r
A. material
B. length .
C. none of the above
D. cross section area
A. 1.6 x 10-19
B. 1.6 x 1019
C. 0.625 x 1012.
D. 0.625 x 1019
A. conductance
B. power
C. charge.
D. energy
A. 5 V / C
B. 5 J / C
C. 5 w / se
D. 5 C / sec
A. meV Joules
B. eV Joules
C. V / me Joules.
D. me / V Joules
A. m / ohm
B. ohm / m
C. mho.
D. mho / m
A. 1 / 16 times
B. Four identical resistors are first connected in parallel and then in series. The resultant resistance of the first combination to the second will be
C. 16 times.
D. 1 / 4 times
A. 10 -25 m
B. 10 -31 m
C. 10 -14m.
D. 10 -21 m
A. 184,00
B. 184000
C. 184
D. 1840
A. 2
B. 4
C. 01-02-2015
D. 01-04-2015
A. mho / sq. m
B. mho / metre
C. ohm / sq. m.
D. ohm / metre
A. 0.1 A
B. 0.001 A
C. 10
D. 0.0416666666666667
A. 30 watts
B. 10 watts
C. 270 watts.
D. 90 watts
A. 67 watt
B. 33 watt
C. 300 watt.
D. 100 watt
A. 3 ohms and 9 ohms
B. 3 ohms and 6 ohms
C. 1.5 ohms and 0.5 ohms
D. 1.5 ohms and 3 ohms