57. Theorems applicable for both linear and non-linear circuits is

A. Superposition theorem

B. Thevenin's theorem

C. Norton's theorem

D. None of these

58. While determining RTH in Thevenin's and Norton's equivalent are made dead

A. only current sources

B. only voltage sources

C. all independent sources

D. all current and voltage sources

59. For a linear network containing generators and impedances, the ratio of the voltage to the current produced in other loop is the same as the ratio of voltage and current obtained if the positions of the voltage source and the ammeter measuring the current are inter-changed. The network theorem is known as

A. Millman's theorem.

B. Norton's theorem

C. Tellegen's therorem

D. Reciprocity therorem

60. The nodal analysis is primarily based on the application of

A. Ohm's law

B. Kirchhoff s current law.

C. both (a) and (b) above

D. none of the above

61. In the node-voltage technique of solving network, choice of a reference node

A. affects the votlages of various nodes.

B. affects the operation of the circuit.

C. changes the voltage across any element.

D. alters the pd between any pair of nodes.

62. Millman's theorem yields equivalent

A. impedance or resistance.

B. current source

C. voltage source.

D. voltage or current source

63. The common voltage across parallel branches with different voltage sources can be computed from the relation VI + V2 4. V3 R1 R2 R3 1 1 1 R1 R2 R3 This statement is associated with

A. Thevenin's theorem

B. Millman's theorem

C. Norton's theorem

D. reciprocity

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