 A. Must be zero
 B. Must be equal to the applied voltage
 C. Is less than the applied voltage but greater than zero
 D. Cannot be determined
Time Response of Reactive Circuits

In an RC differentiator, the sum of the capacitor voltage and the resistor voltage at any instant.

In an RC differentiator, responding to repetitive pulses, the average value of the output.
 A. Is zero
 B. Is equal to the input voltage
 C. Is 63 percent of the input voltage
 D. Cannot be determined

Referring to Problem 5, how long will it take the capacitor to discharge if the internal resistance of the pulse source is 100 Ω?
 A. 300 μs
 B. 600 μs
 C. 900 μs
 D. 1.5 ms

When a 12 V input pulse with a width equal to one time constant is applied to an RC integrator, the capacitor charges to.
 A. 0 V
 B. 12 V
 C. 6.3 V
 D. 7.56 V

An integrator consists of a 3.3 kΩ resistor and a 2 μF capacitor. A single 30 V, 6 ms pulse is applied to the input. How much will the capacitor charge?
 A. 10.3 V
 B. 30 V
 C. 12.09 V
 D. 17.91 V

Referring to Problem 7, how much will the capacitor charge if the pulse width is increased to 12 ms?
 A. 2.51 V
 B. 25.14 V
 C. 4.86 V
 D. 12.76 V

In electronic systems, repetitivepulse waveforms are encountered.
 A. More often than single pulses
 B. Less often than single pulses
 C. About as often as single pulses
 D. Twice as often as single pulses

If a periodic pulse waveform has a pulse width and the time between pulses each equal to or greater than five time constants, the capacitor will_____.
 A. Partially charge and fully discharge during each period of the input waveform
 B. Fully charge and partially discharge during each period of the input waveform
 C. Fully charge and fully discharge during each period of the input waveform
 D. Partially charge and partially discharge during each period of the input waveform

When a 24 V input pulse with a width equal to five time constants is applied to an RC integrator, the capacitor charges to_____.
 A. 24 V
 B. 15.12 V
 C. 20.64 V
 D. 12 V

Referring this figure, on the falling edge.
 A. The resistor voltage drops to 5 V and then goes back to zero exponentially
 B. The resistor voltage jumps to 5 V and then goes back to zero exponentially
 C. The capacitor voltage remains constant
 D. The resistor voltage jumps to +5 V and then decreases exponentially to zero