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# Electrical Engineering - Time Response of Reactive Circuits

### Exercise

"The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources."
- Albert Einstein
16.

In an RC differentiator, responding to repetitive pulses, the average value of the output

 A. is zero B. is equal to the input voltage C. is 63 percent of the input voltage D. cannot be determined

17.

The output of an RC integrator is taken across the

 A. diode B. capacitor C. resistor D. source

18.

In an RC differentiator, the sum of the capacitor voltage and the resistor voltage at any instant

 A. must be zero B. must be equal to the applied voltage C. is less than the applied voltage but greater than zero D. cannot be determined

19.

When a 24 V input pulse with a width equal to five time constants is applied to an RC integrator, the capacitor charges to

 A. 24 V B. 15.12 V C. 20.64 V D. 12 V

20.

If the RC time constant of an integrator is increased, as the time constant is increased

 A. the capacitor charges more during a pulse and discharges less between pulses B. the capacitor charges less during a pulse and discharges more between pulses C. the capacitor charges more during a pulse and discharges more between pulses D. the capacitor charges less during a pulse and discharges less between pulses