# Electrical Engineering - Voltage, Current and Resistance

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### Exercise :: Voltage, Current and Resistance - General Questions

1.

Materials with lots of free electrons are called

 A. conductors B. insulators C. semiconductors D. filters

Explanation:

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2.

The unit of electrical charge is the

 A. coulomb B. joule C. volt D. watt

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3.

Current flows in a circuit when

 A. a switch is opened B. a switch is closed C. the switch is either open or closed D. there is no voltage

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4.

The minimum resistance value for a blue, gray, red, silver resistor is

 A. 612 B. 6,120 C. 6,800 D. 6,460

Explanation:

Because of 10% tolerance(last color silver), this resistance may vary 10% of 6800.

Minimum resistance value = 6800 - 680 = 6120

Maximum resistance value = 6800 + 680 = 7480

5.

The maximum resistance value for a brown, red, yellow, gold resistor is

 A. 126,000 B. 126,600 C. 114,000 D. 132,000