 A. Linear, nonlinear and time variant responses
 B. Linear and nonlinear resistors only
 C. Linear responses only
 D. None of the above
Networks Analysis and Synthesis

The superposition theorem is applicable to_____.

Millman’s theorem yields_____.
 A. Equivalent resistance
 B. Equivalent impedance
 C. Equivalent voltage source
 D. Equivalent voltage or current source

A star circuit has element of resistance R/2. The equivalent delta elements will be_____.
 A. R/6
 B. RIG
 C. 3/2R
 D. 4R

According to Kirchhoff’s voltage law, the algebraic sum of all IR drops and e.m.f. in any closed loop of a network is always_____.
 A. Negative
 B. Positive
 C. Determined by battery e.m.f.
 D. Zero

For high efficiency of transfer of power, internal resistance of the source should be_____.
 A. Equal to the load resistance
 B. Less than the load resistance
 C. More than the load resistance
 D. None of the above

A capacitor is generally a_____.
 A. Bilateral and active component
 B. Active, passive, linear and nonlinear component
 C. Linear and bilateral component
 D. Nonlinear and active component

Kirchhoff’s voltage law is related to_____.
 A. Junction currents
 B. Battery e.m.f.
 C. IR drops
 D. Both B and C

The concept on which Superposition theorem is based is_____.
 A. Reciprocity
 B. Duality
 C. Nonlinearity
 D. Linearity

While calculating R^{th} in Thevenin’s theorem and Norton equivalent_____.
 A. All independent sources are made dead
 B. Only current sources are made dead
 C. Only voltage sources are made dead
 D. All voltage and current sources are made dead

A passive network is one which contains_____.
 A. Only variable resistances
 B. Only some sources of e.m.f. in it
 C. Only two sources of e.m.f. in it
 D. No source of e.m.f. in it