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What is the Q point of a transistor?
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The operating point of devices is known as Q point (quiescent point)
Q point are the values of voltages and currents of a circuit when no signal is present.
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what is the difference between four point starter and three point starter?
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The only difference is in the NO VOLT COIL connection in the starter, in three point starter NVC is connected to the field whereas in four point starter it is connected separately. The advantage of using ... (for above rated speed) and lead to DEENERGISE the NVC leading to turning off of the motor.
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Amp not working steps to fix it
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Difference between series inverter and parallel inverter.
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P and Q finished a work in 36 days; Q and R can do it in 60 days; P and R can do it in 45 days. In what time can P alone do it. a) 30 days b) 60 days c) 90 days d) 120 days
P and Q finished a work in 36 days; Q and R can do it in 60 days; P and R can do it in 45 days. In what time can P alone do it. a) 30 days b) 60 days c) 90 days d) 120 days
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B (P+Q)'s 1 day work = 1/36 ---1 (Q+R)'s 1 day work = 1/60 ----2 (P+R)'s 1 day work = 1/45 ----3 Adding 1 & 2 & 3 we get 2(P+Q+R)'s 1 day work = 1/36 + 1/60+ 1/45 =(5+3+4)/180 = 12/ ... +R)'s 1 day work - (Q+R)'s 1 days work = 1/30 - 1/60 = 2-1/60 = 1/60 P alone can do the work in 60 days.
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What is meant by stabilization in transistor?
What is meant by stabilization in transistor?
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What is Q factor in resonance?
What is Q factor in resonance?
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There are 3 poles M, N and O in a straight line such that point N is equidistant from points M and O. A boat can travel from point M to O downstream in 6 hours and from N to M upstream in 4 hours. Find the ratio of boat in still water to speed of stream. A) 2:3 B) 7:1 C) 3:2 D) 1:7
There are 3 poles M, N and O in a straight line such that point N is equidistant from points M and O. A boat can travel from point M to O downstream in 6 hours and from N to M upstream in 4 hours. Find the ratio of boat in still water to speed of stream. A) 2:3 B) 7:1 C) 3:2 D) 1:7
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ANSWER: B Explanation: Let speed in still water = x km/hr, of current = y km/hr Downstream speed = (x+y) km/hr Upstream speed = (x - y) km/hr Let MO = 2p km. So MN = NO = p km. So 2p/(x+y) = 6 --------1 p/ ... - 2y) = 6x + 6y 8x - 8y = 6x +6y 2x = 14y x/y = 14 / 2 = 7/1 x : y = 7 :1
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A boys rows to a certain place and comes back, but by mistake he covers 2/3rd more distance while coming back. The total time for this journey is 20 hours. The ratio of speed of boat to that of stream is 2 : 1. If the difference between upstream and downstream speed is 24km/hr, then how much time will the man take to reach to starting point from his present position? A) 2hr 13mints B)1hr 30 mins C) 2hr 30mins D)1hr 40 mins
A boys rows to a certain place and comes back, but by mistake he covers 2/3rd more distance while coming back. The total time for this journey is 20 hours. The ratio of speed of boat to that of stream is 2 : 1. If the difference between upstream and downstream speed is 24km/hr, then how much time will the man take to reach to starting point from his present position? A) 2hr 13mints B)1hr 30 mins C) 2hr 30mins D)1hr 40 mins
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ANSWER : A Explanation: let speed of boat and stream be 2x and x respectively So downstream speed = 2x+x = 3x, and upstream speed = 2x-x = x Let total distance between points is d km So he covered d ... with speed 3x = 48 km/hr(downstream) So time is 80/36 * 60 = 133.33 minutes = 2hr 13mins
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A car travels a distance S on a straight road in two hours and then return to the starting point in the next here hours. Its average velocity is : (a) S/5 (b) 2S/5 (c) (S/2)+(S/3) (d) none of the above.
A car travels a distance S on a straight road in two hours and then return to the starting point in the next here hours. Its average velocity is : (a) S/5 (b) 2S/5 (c) (S/2)+(S/3) (d) none of the above.
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It is desired to connect five computers that are joined at a single point called central node. i) Draw the setup. ii) Name the topology. iii) State two advantages and disadvantages of this topology.
It is desired to connect five computers that are joined at a single point called central node. i) Draw the setup. ii) Name the topology. iii) State two advantages and disadvantages of this topology.
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i. Setup: ii. Name of topology: Star topology iii. Advantages of Star Topology 1) As compared to Bus topology it gives far much better performance, signals don't necessarily get ... as well number of nodes which can be added in such topology is depended on capacity of central device.
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A cat is sitting on a wall on the left side of a house. Identify the correct option that shows the cat’s point of view as it looks at the house?
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