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Electrical/Electronic Tech. Quiz

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

A CONDUCTOR has 1 to ___ free electrons in the outer ring.
a.
2
c.
4
b.
3
d.
5
 

 2. 

A problem solving approached used intensively in business and industry to prepare devices and systems for the marketplace.
a.
Research and Development
c.
Product Development
b.
Market Surveys
d.
Total Quality Assurance
 

 3. 

A ________________________ is any material that easily allows electrons to flow.
a.
capacitor
c.
conductor
b.
diode
d.
resistor
 

 4. 

Electronic Circuits consist of a path for ______________ to flow and an energy source.
a.
volts
c.
atoms
b.
electrons
d.
protons
 

 5. 

Use the diagram above to help you determine the amount of resistance in the resistor.(RED, RED, BROWN, GOLD)
mc005-1.jpg
a.
22 ohms
c.
2200 ohms
b.
220 ohms
d.
22000 ohms
 

 6. 

Use the diagram above to help you determine the amount of resistance in the resistor.(BLUE, GRAY, RED, GOLD)
mc006-1.jpg

a.
680000 ohms
c.
680 ohms
b.
68 ohms
d.
6800 ohms
 

 7. 

An __________________ is any material that prevents the flow of electrons
a.
conductor
c.
insulator
b.
resistor
d.
capacitor
 

 8. 

The following equations are all different ways to mathematically explain which scientific concept?

V = IR      or      I = V      or      R = V
                              R                       I
a.
Ohms Law
c.
Bernoulli’s Law
b.
Watts Law
d.
Horse Power
 

 9. 

Which of the following electrical circuits provides a way of controlling current with  light?
a.
mc009-1.jpg
c.
mc009-3.jpg
b.
mc009-2.jpg
d.
mc009-4.jpg
 

 10. 

Use the diagram above to help you determine the amount of resistance in the resistor.(BROWN, BLACK, RED, GOLD)
mc010-1.jpg
a.
10 ohms
c.
1000 ohms
b.
100 ohms
d.
10000 ohms
 

 11. 

Use the diagram above to help you determine the amount of resistance in the resistor.(BROWN, BLUE, ORANGE, GOLD)
mc011-1.jpg

a.
16000 ohms
c.
160000 ohms
b.
160 ohms
d.
1600 ohms
 

 12. 

Electrons flowing in only one direction is called ___________ Current
a.
Alternating
c.
Electrical
b.
Electron
d.
Direct
 

 13. 

When the electrons move from one atom to the next, it is called ___________ flow
a.
electron
c.
proton
b.
atom
d.
neuetron
 

 14. 

In the cut away diagram of a motor below, what does the armature do?
mc014-1.jpg
a.
Rotates around the magnets.
c.
Converts electrical current into an electromagnet.
b.
Turns the brushes on the motor.
d.
When energized, it causes the magnets to rotate.
 

 15. 

___________________ is the electrical force that moves electrons through a conductor
a.
Electricity
c.
Ohms
b.
Watts
d.
Voltage
 

 16. 


mc016-1.jpg



Use the diagram above to help you determine the amount of resistance in the resistor.(RED, ORANGE, YELLOW, GOLD)
mc016-2.jpg
a.
230,000 ohms
c.
234 ohms
b.
2300 ohms
d.
23,400  ohms
 

 17. 

In the designed world items such as generators, electric motors, alarm systems, and automobile electrical systems all depend on the application of _____________________.
a.
Electronic Technology
c.
Magnetic Technology
b.
Mechanical Technology
d.
Electrical Technology
 

 18. 

Use the diagram above to help you determine the amount of resistance in the resistor.(ORANGE, ORANGE,, RED, GOLD)
mc018-1.jpg

a.
330 ohms
c.
33 ohms
b.
3300 ohms
d.
330000 ohms
 

 19. 

_________________ is the quantity or flow rate of electrons moving past a point within one second
a.
Electron Flow
c.
Current
b.
Resistance
d.
Voltage
 

 20. 

mc020-1.jpg
In the diagram above, you can use what formula to help evaluate the design solution.
a.
Mechanical Advantage
c.
Pathagrean Theorem
b.
Ohm’s Law
d.
Pascal’s Law
 

 21. 

________________ is the force that reduces or stops the flow of electrons. It opposes voltage
a.
Voltage
c.
Current
b.
Resistance
d.
Capacitor
 

Matching
 
 
a.
grp001-1.jpg
f.
grp001-6.jpg
b.
grp001-2.jpg
g.
grp001-7.jpg
c.
grp001-3.jpg
h.
grp001-8.jpg
d.
grp001-4.jpg
i.
grp001-9.jpg
e.
grp001-5.jpg
j.
grp001-10.jpg
 

 22. 

Speaker
 

 23. 

Light Emitting Diode
 

 24. 

Potentiometer
 

 25. 

Transistor
 

 26. 

Photocell
 

 27. 

SCR
 

 28. 

Resistor
 

 29. 

Diode
 

 30. 

Energy Source
 

 31. 

Capacitor
 



 
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