Electrical Units – Gibilisco MCQs in Electronics – Answers

(Last Updated On: December 8, 2017)

Answers key in Electrical Units MCQs

Below are the answers key for the Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) in Chapter 2: Electrical Units from the book Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics, 5th edition by Stan Gibilisco.

1. Has fewer electrons than the negative pole.

2. Can sometimes produce a large current.

3. 0.1 A.

4. A typical household.

5. 0.05 Ω.

6. 3.33 millisiemens.

7. 0.2 siemens.

8. 17 A.

9. 1.76.

10. 0.147.

11. The kilowatt hour.

12. 60 Hz.

13. Half of the ac wave is chopped off.

14. The effective value is less than that of the original ac wave.

15. The effective value is the same as that of the original ac wave.

16. Can be dangerous under certain conditions.

17. The ampere-turn.

18. The gauss.

19. Concentrates magnetic flux lines within itself.

20. 37.5 At.

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