Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics Examination Part 1 - Answers

Answers key for the first part test that includes the first 8 Chapters of the book Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics, 5th edition by Stan Gibilisco.

Answers key in  Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics Examination Part 1

Below are the answers key for the Part 1 Examination Test that includes the first 8 Chapters of the book Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics, 5th edition by Stan Gibilisco.

1. signal-strength indicator in a radio receiver.

2. The current in a series dc circuit is divided up among the resistances.

3. Opposition to electrical current.

4. A wiring diagram shows component values.

5. To dissipate a large amount of dc power.

6. Atomic number.

7. Can measure ac as well as dc.

8. The watt.

9. Ohms equal volts divided by amperes.

10. Flowing out of that point.

11. Decibels.

12. An ion.

13. 4 Ω.

14. Greater than or equal to average values.

15. 636 Ω.

16. A galvanometer.

17. Pollute the environment when discarded.

18. 2.0 A.

19. Increasing the charge in a capacitor.

20. Static.

21. Equal value as, but opposite polarity from, the supply.

22. Energy.

23. Atom.

24. Data storage and retrieval is faster on disk.

25. 1 A.

26. An insulator.

27. Cannot be recharged.

28. Is used in high-voltage and/or high-power dc circuits.

29. 1.5 V.

30. Can disrupt the earth’s magnetic field.

31. An alkaline cell works at lower temperatures.

32. 2 V.

33. Coulomb.

34. The decibel.

35. 72 W.

36. The lantern battery has more energy capacity.

37. In handheld radio transceivers.

38. High internal resistance.

39. Protect people against the danger of electric shock.

40. Has constant polarity.

41. Amperes.

42. 6 V.

43. 90 Ω.

44. A potentiometer.

45. Does not occur very often.

46. 10.0 kWh.

47. Concentrates magnetic lines of flux.

48. Consists of two or more atoms.

49. 1.25 W.

50. It can’t give a very precise reading.

Complete List of Multiple Choice Questions from this Book


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