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Mary Angelyn R.

Martinez May 8, 2018

ECE-5E Engr. Hilario Calinao

1. Free electrons in a p-type material__________

a. Are majority carriers c. Are minority carriers


b. Take no part in conduction d. Exist in the same numbers as
holes

Reference: Electrical and electronic principles and technology by John Bird (3 rd Edition), pp. 153

2. An audio oscillator that uses two amplifiers in cascade, with positive feedback from the output
of the second stage to the input of the first stage, is known as a________

a. Colpitts circuit c. Multivibrator


b. Hartley circuit d. VCO

Reference: Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics by Stan Gibilisco (3 rd Edition), pp. 692
3. In normal operation, the junctions of a p-n-p transistor are__________

a. Both forward biased c. Both reverse biased


b. Base-emitter forward biasedd. base-collector forward biased
and base collector and base emitter
reverse biased reverse biased

Reference: Electrical and electronic principles and technology by John Bird (3 rd Edition), pp. 172

4. The main factor that limits the frequency at which a P-N junction will rectify is the

a. PIV rating c. Junction resistance


b. Junction capacitance d. Junction inductance

Reference: Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics by Stan Gibilisco (3 rd Edition), pp. 693
5. A pure inductance is connected to a 150V, 50 Hz supply, and the apparent power of
the circuit is 300VA. Find the value of the inductance.

a. 0.526 H c. 0.434 H
b. 0.338 H d. 0.239 H

Reference: Electrical and electronic principles and technology by John Bird (3 rd Edition), pp. 239
6. A diode that can be used as a variable capacitance is a

c. GaAsFET c. Point-contact diode


b. Silicon rectifier d. Varactor

Reference: Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics by Stan Gibilisco (3 rd Edition), pp. 693
7. Determine the torque developed by a 350V d.c. motor having an armature resistance of 0.5
ohms and running at 15 rev/s. The armature current is 60A.
a. 203.7 Nm c. 205.7 Nm
b. 204.7 Nm d. 206.7 Nm

Reference: Electrical and electronic principles and technology by John Bird (3 rd Edition), pp. 363

8. Elements can join together to form


a. Ions c. Nuclei
b. Isotopes d. Compounds

Reference: Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics by Stan Gibilisco (3 rd Edition), pp. 693
9. Inductive reactance results in a current that
a. Leads the voltage by 90o c. leads the voltage by π rad
b. Is in phase with the voltage d. lags the voltage by π/2 rad

Reference: Electrical and electronic principles and technology by John Bird (3 rd Edition), pp. 241

10. The rms value for an ac wave is also sometimes called the
a. Absolute value c. Effective value
b. Direct-current value d. Equivalent value

Reference: Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics by Stan Gibilisco (3 rd Edition), pp. 693