# Electronics and Communication Engineering - Networks Analysis and Synthesis

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1.

In a parallel resonant circuit, the circuit current at resonance is maximum.

 A. True B. False

Explanation:

In parallel resonance current is minimum.

2.

The rms value of wave in figure is Explanation: 3.

An RLC series circuit is underdamped. To make it overdamped, the value of R

 A. has to be increased B. has to be decreased C. has to be increased to infinity D. has to be reduced to zero

Explanation:

For overdamping R is more.

4.

Henry is equivalent to

 A. Volts/Ampere B. Weber/Volt C. Weber/Ampere D. Weber/Ampere2

Explanation:

Inductance is flux per ampere.

5.

In a minimum function

 A. the degree of numerator and denominator are equal B. the degree of numerator and denominator are unequal C. the degree of numerator is one more than degree of denominator D. the degree of numerator is one less than degree of denominator