# Electronics - Alternating Current vs Direct Current

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### Exercise :: Alternating Current vs Direct Current - General Questions

1.

What are the two main applications for ac?

 A. direct, pulsating B. electric, magnetic C. power, information D. static, dynamic

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2.

The distance that a signal's energy can travel in the time it takes for one cycle to occur is called the signal's:

 A. amplitude B. frequency C. wavelength D. period

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3.

One oscilloscope selector knob that allows the major and minor divisions of the graticule to be used to determine a signal amplitude value is called the:

 A. time/cm control B. position control C. intensity control D. volts/cm control

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4.

If current varies periodically from zero to a maximum, back to zero, and then repeats, the signal is:

 A. direct B. alternating C. pulsating D. repetitive

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5.

What voltage will an ac voltmeter display?

 A. rms B. average C. peak D. peak-to-peak