1-Dont try to cram or spend more time here just read it fast and cover syllabus then practice MCQ's cheptor of same topic to check your progress. . |

2-Wrong options are also given but dont concentrate there, Right answer is in bold format. |

1 | The superposition theorem requires as
many circuits to be solved as there aresources[other wrong options are - sources, nodes and meshes, sources and nodes, nodes, ] |

2 | Which of the following is the passive
element?Capacitance[other wrong options are - Ideal current source, Ideal voltage source, All of the above, ] |

3 | A network which contains one or more
than one source of e.m.f. is known asactive network[other wrong options are - linear network, non-linear network, passive network, ] |

4 | If a circuit does not contain any source
of energy or e.m.f. it is known aspassive network[other wrong options are - unilateral circuit, bilateral circuit, active network, ] |

5 | To determine the polarity ofthe voltage
drop across a resistor, it is necessary to
knowdirection of current through the
resistor[other wrong options are - value of current through the resistor, value of resistor, e.m.fs. in the circuit, ] |

6 | Kirchhoff's current law states thatalgebraic sum of the currents meeting
at the junction is zero[other wrong options are - net current flow at the junction is positive, no current can leave the junction without some current entering it., total sum of currents meeting at the junction is zero, ] |

7 | The number of independent equations
to solve a network is equal tothe number of chords[other wrong options are - the number of branches, sum of the number of branches and chords, sum of number of branches, chords and nodes, ] |

8 | Aterininalwhere three on more branches
meet is known asnode[other wrong options are - terminus, combination, anode, ] |

9 | An ideal voltage source haszero internal resistance[other wrong options are - open circuit voltage equal to the voltage on full load, terminal voltage in proportion to current, terminal voltage in proportion to load, ] |

10 | Kirchhof's voltage law applies to circuits
withlinear, non-linear, active, passive,
time varying as wells as time-invariant
elements[other wrong options are - non-linear elements only, linear elements only, linear, non-linear, active and passive elements, ] |

11 | For a voltage sourceterminal voltage cannot be higher
than source e.m.f.[other wrong options are - terminal voltage is always lower than source e.m.f., the source e.m.f. and terminal voltage are equal, , ] |

12 | According to Kirchhoff's voltage law,
the algebraic sum of all IR drops and
e.m.fs. in any closed loop of a network
is alwayszero[other wrong options are - negative, positive, determined by battery e.m.fs., ] |

13 | While calculating R_{th} in Thevenin's
theorem and Norton equivalentall independent sources are made
dead[other wrong options are - only current sources are made dead, only voltage sources are made dead, all voltage and current sources are made dead, ] |

14 | A passive network is one which containsno source of e.m.f. in it[other wrong options are - only variable resistances, only some sources of e.m.f. in it, only two sources of e.m.f. in it, ] |

15 | A non-linear network does not satisfyboth homogeneity as well as superposition
condition[other wrong options are - superposition condition, homogeneity condition, homogeneity, superposition and associative condition, ] |

16 | In a series parallel circuit, any two
resistances in the same current path
must be inseries with each other[other wrong options are - parallel with each other, series with the voltage source, parallel with the voltage source, ] |

17 | Kirchhoff's law is not applicable to circuits
withdistributed parameters[other wrong options are - lumped parameters, passive elements, non-linear resistances, ] |

18 | An ideal voltage source should havezero source resistance[other wrong options are - large value of emE, small value of e.m.f., infinite source resistance, ] |

19 | In Thevenin's theorem, to find Zall independent voltage sources are
short circuited and all independent
current sources are open circuited[other wrong options are - all independent current sources are short circuited and independent voltage sources are open circuited, all independent voltage sources are open circuited and all independent current sources are short circuited, all independent voltage and current sources are short circuited, ] |

20 | Between the branch voltages of a loop
the KirchhofFs voltage law imposeslinear constraints[other wrong options are - non-linear constraints, no constraints, none of the above, ] |

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