Electrical Engineering - Quantities and Units

Exercise :: Quantities and Units - General Questions

  • Quantities and Units - General Questions
11. 

When converting 0.16 mA to microamperes, the result is

A. 16 µA
B. 160 µA
C. 1,600 µA
D. 0.0016 µA

Answer: Option B

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12. 

When these numbers are added, (87 × 105) + (2.5 × 106), the result is

A. 1.12 × 104
B. 11.2 × 105
C. 112 × 105
D. 1,120 × 106

Answer: Option C

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13. 

The quantity 3.3 × 103 is the same as

A. 330
B. 3,300
C. 33,000
D. 0.0033

Answer: Option B

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14. 

Which of the following is not an electrical quantity?

A. voltage
B. current
C. distance
D. power

Answer: Option C

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15. 

Seven thousand volts can be expressed as

A. 7 kV
B. 7 MV
C. 7 mV
D. either 7 kV or 7 mV

Answer: Option A

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