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Exercise :: Series-Parallel Circuits - General Questions

1.

What theorem replaces a complex network with an equivalent circuit containing a source voltage and a series resistance?

 A. Multinetwork B. Norton C. Thevenin D. Superposition

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2.

What is the power dissipated by R2, R4, and R6?

 A. P2 = 417 mW, P4 = 193 mW, P6 = 166 mW B. P2 = 407 mW, P4 = 183 mW, P6 = 156 mW C. P2 = 397 mW, P4 = 173 mW, P6 = 146 mW D. P2 = 387 mW, P4 = 163 mW, P6 = 136 mW

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3.

If the load in the given circuit is 120 k , what is the loaded output voltage?

 A. 4.21 V B. 15.79 V C. 16 V D. 19.67 V

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4.

In a series–parallel circuit, individual component power dissipations are calculated using:

 A. individual component parameters B. a percent of the voltage division ratio squared C. total current squared multiplied by the resistor values D. a percent of the total power depending on resistor ratios

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5.

The current flowing through an unloaded voltage divider is called the:

 A. resistor current B. load current C. bleeder current D. voltage current