# Current Electricity

1. Resistors can be connected in 3 types of connections in a circuit?

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2. A conductor which has a constant resistance to current flow is called?

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3. What is the name of conductors which are designed to offer specific resistance to electric flow of current?

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4. The potential difference of a cell/ battery between its terminals when no charge is flowing out of the cell/battery (in open circuit) is called?

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5. Electrical resistance of a wire conductor is conversely proportional to its cross-section area A.

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6. CURRENT = E.M.F /TOTAL RESISTANCE

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7. Describe the resistivity of a metal conductor in relation to temperature?

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8. Which of the following statements about potential difference is CORRECT?

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9. What is the name given to opposition offered by a conductor to the flow of electric current?

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10. Metals have a constant resistance with current flow. They are said to be:

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11. Mention the Law of components which are connected in parallel?

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12. Which of the following is not a type of a fixed resistor?

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13. Mention the law of components that are connected in series in an electric circuit?

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14. Give the name of conductors which obey Ohms Law

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15. Ohms Law explains about the relationship between:

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16. Name of the resistor that gives a fixed amount of resistance?

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17. Mention the 3 types of resistors?

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18. Ohms Law explains about the relationship between:

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19. In a series-parallel connection the whole network of resistors is reduced into a single resistor?

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20. Name of the resistor that gives a fixed amount of resistance?

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21. Mention the law of components that are connected in series in an electric circuit?

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22. Electrical resistance in a conductor increases as temperature is increased?

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23. Electrical resistance of a wire conductor is conversely proportional to its cross-section area A.

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24. State Ohms law

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25. Which of the following is an example of Non-linear resistor?

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26. Which of the following is not a method to measure resistance in a circuit?

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27. Resistors connected in series the equivalent resistance is equal to the sum of individual resistance i.e. R total= R1 + R2 +R3

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28. In resistors connected in parallel the equivalent resistance is given by: 1/R equivalent = 1/R1 + 1/R2 + 1/R3

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29. The potential difference of a cell/ battery between its terminals when no charge is flowing out of the cell/battery (in open circuit) is called?

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30. Materials which have a very low electrical resistance are said to have what type of conductance?

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31. The potential difference of a cell/ battery between its terminals when no charge is flowing out of the cell/battery (in open circuit) is called?

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32. Which of the following is an example of Non-linear resistor?

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33. Name the instrument used to measure electrical resistance?

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34. What is the name of conductors which are designed to offer specific resistance to electric flow of current?

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35. Metals have a constant resistance with current flow. They are said to be:

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36. Which of the following is not a method to measure resistance in a circuit?

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37. Describe the resistivity of a metal conductor in relation to temperature?

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38. In resistors connected in parallel the equivalent resistance is given by: 1/R equivalent = 1/R1 + 1/R2 + 1/R3

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39. Mention the 3 types of resistors?

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40. Name a resistor whose resistance DOES NOT change linearly with the changes in the applied voltage?

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41. Which formula best describes Ohms Law ?

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42. Name of the resistor that gives a fixed amount of resistance?

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43. Resistors can be connected in 3 types of connections in a circuit?

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44. Materials which have a very low electrical resistance are said to have what type of conductance?

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45. A non-ohmic conductor is a type of conductor whose resistance varies drastically with current flow hence it has no constant resistance. True or False?

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46. State Ohms law

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47. Name the 3 factors which affect the resistance of a metallic conductor?

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48. Electrical resistance of a wire conductor is conversely proportional to its cross-section area A.

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49. Mention the SI UNIT of resistance

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50. Name the 3 factors which affect the resistance of a metallic conductor?

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51. Name of the resistor that gives a fixed amount of resistance?

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52. Describe the resistivity of a semi-conductor in relation to temperature?

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53. What is the name given to opposition offered by a conductor to the flow of electric current?

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54. Mention the Law of components which are connected in parallel?

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55. Which of the following is not a type of a fixed resistor?

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56. In a series-parallel connection the whole network of resistors is reduced into a single resistor?

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57. A non-ohmic conductor is a type of conductor whose resistance varies drastically with current flow hence it has no constant resistance. True or False?

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58. Name the 3 factors which affect the resistance of a metallic conductor?

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59. Which formula best describes Ohms Law ?

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60. Mention the SI UNIT of resistance

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61. Resistivity of a material is numerically equal to the resistance of a material of unit length and unit cross-section area at a certain temperature?

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62. Name of the resistor that gives a fixed amount of resistance?

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63. Name the instrument used to measure electrical resistance?

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64. Why is the Wheatstone bridge method more accurate than the Voltmeter ammeter method?

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65. Name a resistor whose resistance DOES NOT change linearly with the changes in the applied voltage?

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66. Which of the following is an example of Non-linear resistor?

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67. A conductor which has a constant resistance to current flow is called?

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68. Which of the following statements about potential difference is CORRECT?

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69. The difference between E.M.F of a cell and the terminal voltage is known as?

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70. Mention the SI UNIT of resistance

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71. What is the name of conductors which are designed to offer specific resistance to electric flow of current?

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72. Name of the resistor that gives a fixed amount of resistance?

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73. Give the name of conductors which obey Ohms Law

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74. Electrical resistance in a conductor increases as temperature is increased?

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75. Resistivity of a material is numerically equal to the resistance of a material of unit length and unit cross-section area at a certain temperature?

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76. A semi-conductor diode, thermionic diode and thermistor are materials whose resistance is not constant with current flow, they are said to be:

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77. Mention the 3 types of resistors?

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78. Why is the Wheatstone bridge method more accurate than the Voltmeter ammeter method?

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79. Give the name of conductors which obey Ohms Law

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80. A semi-conductor diode, thermionic diode and thermistor are materials whose resistance is not constant with current flow, they are said to be:

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81. In the Wheatstone bridge method when the galvanometer is adjusted until there is no difference in G the bridge is said to be:

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82. A semi-conductor diode, thermionic diode and thermistor are materials whose resistance is not constant with current flow, they are said to be:

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83. A conductor which has a constant resistance to current flow is called?

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84. Describe the resistivity of a semi-conductor in relation to temperature?

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85. In the Wheatstone bridge method when the galvanometer is adjusted until there is no difference in G the bridge is said to be:

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86. Electrical resistance of a uniform conductor increases with the length of the conductor?

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87. Which of the following is not a method to measure resistance in a circuit?

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88. CURRENT = E.M.F /TOTAL RESISTANCE

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89. Resistors can be connected in 3 types of connections in a circuit?

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90. Resistors connected in series the equivalent resistance is equal to the sum of individual resistance i.e. R total= R1 + R2 +R3

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91. In resistors connected in parallel the equivalent resistance is given by: 1/R equivalent = 1/R1 + 1/R2 + 1/R3

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92. State Ohms law

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93. Ohms Law explains about the relationship between:

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94. Which of the following is not a type of a fixed resistor?

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95. The difference between E.M.F of a cell and the terminal voltage is known as?

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96. Name a resistor whose resistance DOES NOT change linearly with the changes in the applied voltage?

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97. Why is the Wheatstone bridge method more accurate than the Voltmeter ammeter method?

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98. Mention the law of components that are connected in series in an electric circuit?

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99. Electrical resistance in a conductor increases as temperature is increased?

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100. Resistors connected in series the equivalent resistance is equal to the sum of individual resistance i.e. R total= R1 + R2 +R3

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101. Name the instrument used to measure electrical resistance?

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102. Metals have a constant resistance with current flow. They are said to be:

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103. Electrical resistance of a uniform conductor increases with the length of the conductor?

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104. Which of the following statements about potential difference is CORRECT?

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105. Describe the resistivity of a metal conductor in relation to temperature?

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106. CURRENT = E.M.F /TOTAL RESISTANCE

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107. What is the name given to opposition offered by a conductor to the flow of electric current?

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108. In a series-parallel connection the whole network of resistors is reduced into a single resistor?

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109. Which formula best describes Ohms Law ?

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110. The difference between E.M.F of a cell and the terminal voltage is known as?

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111. In the Wheatstone bridge method when the galvanometer is adjusted until there is no difference in G the bridge is said to be:

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112. Mention the Law of components which are connected in parallel?

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113. Electrical resistance of a uniform conductor increases with the length of the conductor?

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114. Resistivity of a material is numerically equal to the resistance of a material of unit length and unit cross-section area at a certain temperature?

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115. A non-ohmic conductor is a type of conductor whose resistance varies drastically with current flow hence it has no constant resistance. True or False?

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116. Materials which have a very low electrical resistance are said to have what type of conductance?

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117. Describe the resistivity of a semi-conductor in relation to temperature?

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