# NEETS Module 03 Assignment 1: Circuit Measurement – Answers

(Last Updated On: January 9, 2020)

Below are the answers key for the Textbook Assignment: Chapter 1, “Circuit Measurement” from the Module 3 — Introduction to Circuit Protection, Control, and Measurement in Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series (NEETS) . Make sure to familiarize each and every questions to increase the chance of passing the ECE Board Exam.

1. D. To determine the reason a circuit is not functioning properly

2. B. To monitor circuit operation

3. A. They can be used on more than one device

7. D. Permanent-magnet moving-coil

8. D. The interaction of magnetic fields

9. C. They make electrical connections to the meter movement

12. C. A rectifier

13. B. Smoothing the oscillations of the pointer

14. C. Incorporate an airtight chamber containing a van

15. B. Average

16. C. Effective

17. D. Electrodynamic

18. B. Current

19. C. Voltage

20. A. In series with the load

21. A. It acts as a resistances in series and lowers the circuit current

22. C. By ensuring that the meter resistance is low compared to circuit resistance

23. A. The lowest amount of current for fullscale deflection indication

24. B. The highest amount of current for fullscale deflection indication

25. B. The highest range

26. C. The mid-scale portion

27. D. Never

28. D. All of the above

29. C. Voltage

30. B. In parallel with the load

32. C. Higher than

33. D. Each of the above

34. D. High ratio of internal resistance to full-scale deflection indication

35. A. A resistor in series with the meter movement

36. B. The highest

37. C. Voltage

38. C. High voltage

39. A. Deenergize the circuit before connecting the meter

40. D. Resistance

41. A. Continuity

42. A. In series with the load

43. B. Range resistors

44. C. Mid-scale portion

45. A. Series and shunt

46. B. The scales of the meters

47. B. Deenergize the circuit before connecting the meter

48. D. High resistance

49. A. ∞

50. C. Do not touch the meter leads when a measurement is being taken

51. D. Each of the above

52. D. Changing of the multimeter from an ammeter to a voltmeter

53. C. Separate scales for ac and dc

54. B. To aid in reducing parallax error

55. A. Hidden behind the pointer

56. D. Never apply power to the circuit when measuring voltage with the meter

57. C. Ac; highest voltage range

58. B. Hook-on voltameter

59. A. Power

60. B. Energy

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