Description : The reciprocal of resistance is called (A) Impedance (B) Conductance (C) Inductance (D) Susceptance

Description : What is the reciprocal of capacitance?

**Answer** : The reciprocal of capacitance is called elastance, and its unit is the reciprocal farad, also called the daraf.

Description : What is the reciprocal of inductance?

**Answer** : This term is not exist

Description : What is the reciprocal of resistivity?

**Answer** : conductivity, mho

Description : what is the reciprocal of admittance?

**Answer** : impedance is the reciprocal of admittance.

Description : what is the reciprocal of reactance?

**Answer** : reciprocal of reactance is susceptance.

Description : For a two -port reciprocal network, the three transmission parameters are A = 4, B = 7 and C = 5. What is the value of D ? (a) 9.5 (b) 9.0 (c) 8.5 (d) 8.0

**Answer** : For a two -port reciprocal network, the three transmission parameters are A = 4, B = 7 and C = 5. What is the value of D ? (a) 9.5 (b) 9.0 (c) 8.5 (d) 8.0

Description : Admittance is reciprocal of (a) susceptance (b) impedance (c) reactance (d) conductance

Description : For a two port network to be reciprocal: (A) Z11= Z22 (B) Y21 = Y21 (C) h21 = h22 (D) AD-BC = 0

Description : Reciprocal of reluctance is?

**Answer** : Reciprocal of reluctance is permeance.

Description : State under what situations differential leveling and reciprocal leveling is adopted.

**Answer** : 1. Differential leveling is adopted when i. The points are at a great distance apart. ii. The difference of elevation between the points is large. iii. There is obstacle between the points. ... or valley as it is not possible to place the level midway between two points on opposite banks.

Description : State the purposes of following methods of leveling. i)Profile leveling, ii)Fly leveling, iii)Check leveling iv)Reciprocal leveling

**Answer** : 1. Profile leveling- To determine the undulation of ground surface along given line for alignment of road, canal or pipe, railway line 2. Fly leveling-It is used to for connecting B.M. to ... is used to find the difference in leveling between two points two point obstructed due to river or pond.

Description : Explain reciprocal ranging with neat sketch.

**Answer** : Reciprocal ranging is done when ends of survey line are not intervisible due to hill intervening or ends of survey line are at far distance apart. Step wise procedure reciprocal ranging: 1. Let A and B be ... chained. 8. This method can also be used in ranging a line across a valley.

Description : Explain with neat sketch the procedure of reciprocal ranging.

**Answer** : Reciprocal ranging / Indirect ranging Procedure: Let A and B be two survey stations. They are not mutually visible due to high ground between them. Let two assistant stands at M1 and N1 as ... and N1 which are nearer to line AB. Repeat same process until points M and N are established.

Description : Explain reciprocal levelling with neat sketch.

**Answer** : Reciprocal levelling is adopted i) To find the difference in level accurately Between the two points considerably apart. ii) When it is not possible to set up the level in between the two points ... true difference is equal to the mean of the two apparent differences of level between A and B

Description : Successful Communication in classroom teaching is (A) Circular (B) Reciprocal (C) Directional (D) Influential

**Answer** : (B) Reciprocal

Description : The sum of a positive number and its reciprocal is twice the difference of the number and its reciprocal. The number is : (A) √2 (B) 1/√2 (C) √3 (D) 1/√3

**Answer** : Answer: C

Description : Which one of the following is correct, when a class grants friend status to another class? (A) The member functions of the class generating friendship can access the members of the friend class. (B) ... the friendship. (C) Class friendship is reciprocal to each other (D) There is no such concept.

**Answer** : All member functions of the class granted friendship have unrestricted access to the members of the class granting the friendship.

Description : A transmission line to be reciprocal, the condition is (a) A = D (b) AC – BD = 1 (c) AD – BC = 1 (d) AB – CD = 1

Description : Conductance is reciprocal of?

**Answer** : Conductance is reciprocal of resistance.

**Answer** : Resistance is a decive/element which opposes the flow of electric current.

Description : what is equivalent resistance when four 4 Ohm resistors are connected in i) series ii) parallel

**Answer** : equivalent resistance

Description : What is Resistance?

**Answer** : Electrical resistance is the property of Material by which is opposes the flow of electrons through the material. The resistance is denoted by R. The unit of resistance is Ohm ().

Description : What is the mathematical relationship between resistance and conductance?

Description : What should be the value of earthing resistance for large power stations?

**Answer** : 0.5 Ω should be the value of earthing resistance for large power stations.

Description : What is the resistance of a coil which draws 10 A and dissipates 1520 W? A) 152 Ω B) 15.2 Ω C) 1.52 Ω D) None of these

**Answer** : What is the resistance of a coil which draws 10 A and dissipates 1520 W? A) 152 Ω B) 15.2 Ω C) 1.52 Ω D) None of these

Description : What happens to the resistance of a wire when its length as well as the cross-sectional area are doubled? A) It doubles B) It becomes 4 times C) It becomes 2π times D) It remains the same

**Answer** : Automatically the resistivity will increase as they are the factors affecting the resistivity

Description : Consider a cube of material of sides 1 cm with a resistance of 0.003 Ω between its opposite faces. What is the resistance if the same volume of the material is drawn into a length of 50 cm with a uniform cross – section? A) 0.003 Ω B) 0.15 Ω C) 7.5 Ω D) None of these

**Answer** : Consider a cube of material of sides 1 cm with a resistance of 0.003 Ω between its opposite faces. What is the resistance if the same volume of the material is drawn into a length of 50 cm with a uniform cross – section? A) 0.003 Ω B) 0.15 Ω C) 7.5 Ω D) None of these

Description : What is the resistance of a 160 m wire with a uniform diameter of 0.28 mm, if the specific resistance is 12.32 μΩ-cm? A) 3.2 Ω B) 3.2 μΩ C) 0.8 Ω D) None of these

**Answer** : What is the resistance of a 160 m wire with a uniform diameter of 0.28 mm, if the specific resistance is 12.32 μΩ-cm? A) 3.2 Ω B) 3.2 μΩ C) 0.8 Ω D) None of these

Description : What is the total resistance if 5 resistors of 20 Ω each are connected in series? A) 100 Ω B) 4 Ω C) 20 Ω D) None of these

**Answer** : What is the total resistance if 5 resistors of 20 Ω each are connected in series? A) 100 Ω B) 4 Ω C) 20 Ω D) None of these

What does the shunt resistance component in the equivalent circuit of an Induction motor represent ?

Description : What does the shunt resistance component in the equivalent circuit of an Induction motor represent ? (A) Windage and frictional loss only (B) Core losses only (C) Core, windage and frictional loss (D) Copper losses in rotor

Description : What is the ratio of resistance and impedance better known as ? (A) Peak factor (B) Pitch factor (C) Power factor (D) Form factor

Description : For proper earthing, what should be the maximum value of earth resistance while carrying out the testing of earth continuity path ? (a) 1 Ω (b) 2 Ω (c) 5 Ω (d) 10 Ω

Description : What is the approximate value of average resistance of a human body ? (a) 1 kΩ (b) 5 kΩ (c) 10 kΩ (d) 15 kΩ

Description : What is the equivalent resistance of a network having 5 resistors of each 10ohm connected in parallel? (A) 10 Ohms (B) 50 Ohms (C) 500 Ohms (D) 2 Ohms

**Answer** : D) 2 ohms Solution: 1/Rt = (1/R)(n) 1/Rt = (1/10) (5) 1/Rt = 5/10 Rt = 2 ohms

Description : What is the equivalent resistance of one limb A when delta connection is transformed in to star? (A) R1R3/R1+R2+R3 (B) R2R3/R1+R2+R3 (C) R1R2R3/R1+R2+R3 (D) R1+R2+R3

Description : What happens when the shunt resistance of a galvanometer circuit is increased? (A) Its current sensitivity increases. (B) Its current sensitivity decreases. (C) It’s damping increases. (D) It’s controlling torque increases.

**Answer** : current sensitivity increase

**Answer** : Three 3 ohm resistors are connected to form a triangle. 2 ohms is the resistance between any two of the corners.

Description : What is the relationship between power and resistance?

**Answer** : P = I2R Where P = power I = Current R = Resistance

Description : What happens to the resistance when the current increases?

**Answer** : Resistance reduces when current increases.

Description : What is resistance wire made of?

**Answer** : Resistance wire is made up of Nichrome .

Description : What is electrical resistance used for?

**Answer** : Used to reduced the flow of current to the curcuit.

Description : if voltage is 230 Volts , frequency is 50 Hz and current is 1 ampere then what will be the resistance?

**Answer** : As V = 230v and I = 1A Therfore by ohm's law V =IR R = V/I =230/1 =230 ohm

Description : If resistance is 8 Ohm and current is 16 ampere then what will be the voltage and power?

**Answer** : 128 volts ,2048 watts

Description : what is the temperature coefficient of Resistance of conductor ?

**Answer** : conductors have positive coefficient. means as the temperature increases resistance also increases.

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