Electronics - Quantities and Units

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Exercise :: Quantities and Units - General Questions

1. 

Derived units are obtained from various combinations of

A. electrical quantities
B. fundamental units
C. metric prefixes
D. international standards

Answer: Option B

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2. 

Which of the following metric prefixes could replace 10–9?

A. Nano
B. Mega
C. Kilo
D. Micro

Answer: Option A

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3. 

Scientific notation is a method

A. of expressing a very large number
B. of expressing a very small number
C. used to make calculations with large and small numbers
D. All of the above

Answer: Option D

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4. 

If you drop a 5 when rounding a number, you are using the

A. round-to-even rule
B. significant digit rule
C. round-off rule
D. retained digit rule

Answer: Option A

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5. 

7200 mV is the same as

A. 7.2 mu.gifV
B. 7.2 V
C. 7,200,000 V
D. 0.0072 mu.gifV

Answer: Option B

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