# Technical Drawing - Electronic Diagrams

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### Exercise :: Electronic Diagrams - General Questions

1.

On typical electronic diagrams, these items need not be shown unless they are needed for clarification:

 A. Transmission diagrams B. Operating relays C. Closed relays D. Terminal circles

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2.

Schematic and single-line diagrams should be arranged so that signal or transmission path from input to output proceeds in this fashion:

 A. Right to left and top to bottom B. Right to left and bottom to top C. Left to right and top to bottom D. Left to right and bottom to top

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3.

Switches and relays should be shown in this position with no operating force or applied energy:

 A. Normal B. Closed C. Offset D. Application

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4.

These items typically are not used in new designs, but are still common in high-power amplifiers:

 A. Amplifier tubes B. Electron tubes C. Signal relays D. Switches

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5.

This type of circuit is a semiconductor wafer or chip:

 A. Integrated circuit B. Transmission circuit C. Plotted circuit D. Conducted circuit