# Circuit Theorems – Exercise – 1

Circuit Theorems » Exercise – 1

1. Norton’s equivalent circuit consists of : (a) voltage source in parallel with impedance (b) voltage source in series with impedance (c) current source in series with impedance (d) current source in parallel with impedance

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2. The Thevenin equivalent voltage is : (a) the same as the load voltage (b) none of these (c) the open circuit voltage (d) equal to the source voltage

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3. The Norton equivalent current is : (a) the current through the load (b) none of these (c) the short circuit current (d) the open-current from the source

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4. The two basic components of a Thevenin equivalent ac circuit are : (a) the equivalent voltage source and the equivalent series resistance (b) the equivalent voltage source and the equivalent series impedance (c) the equivalent voltage source and the equivalent parallel impedance (d) the equivalent voltage source and the equivalent parallel resistance

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5. Which of the following theorems applicable for both linear and non-linear circuits ? (a) superposition (b) Thevenin’s (c) Norton’s (d) none of these