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(a) State True or False (i) In a parallel circuit with multiple resistors of different values connected in parallel, the i Total power consumed both in series and parallel circuits can be calculated by iii) The equivalent resistance of a parallel circuit is always less than the smallest value of (iv) Inductor does not allow sudden change in voltage across it. current through each resistor is same as others. summing the individual power consumed by the resistors connected in the circuit. the resistor in the circuit. (v) Capacitor does not allow sudden change in voltage across it (b) Choose the correct answer (vi) Kirchhoffs current law (KCL) states that a. Sum of currents in a closed path is zero b. Sum of voltage rises and drops in a closed path is zero c. At a junction, sum of incoming current is equal to the sum of outgoing current. d. All of the above ( A sign convention for rise in potential (moving from-ve to+ve) is considered as a. Positive b. Negative c. Both positive and negative d. Neither positive nor negative viii Conductivity is the reciprocal of a. Voltage b. Current c. Resistance d. Resistivity (ix) What is the equivalent resistance of a circuit if N numbers of resistors having equal resistances of value R Ω connected in parallel? a. R x N b. R/N c. R+N d. None of the above (x) The sign convention used for the current leaving a junction is a. Positive b. Negative c. Neutral d. None of the above
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