Electronics Basics

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20 questions
• Q1
What was Geog Ohm known for?
A Scottish inventor.
A German who has an electrical law named after him.
A French mathematician.
A German inventor
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• Q2
What was Andre Marie Ampere known for?
The founder of electromagnetism and has a unit of measurement named after him.
Has an electric law named after him.
Was convicted of robbing a bank.
Started the Industrial Revolution.
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• Q3
Who was James Watt?
Has a law named after him.
Founding father of electromagnetism.
A lawyer who wrote the Bill of Rights.
Started the Industrial Revolution and has a unit of power named after him.
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• Q4
What is an Ohm?
A safety device that stops the flow of electric current.
A component that stores an electric charge.
A coil of wire that is wrapped around a core.
A measurement of the electrical resistance.
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• Q5
What is the definition of an amp?
A unit of frequency equal to 1 cycle per second.
A unit of heat measurement.
Electricity in motion.
Measurement of the flow of an electric current through a conductor.
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• Q6
What is the definition of current?
Measures the flow of an electric current through a conductor
An electromotive force.
A unit of electric charge.
Electricity in motion that is measured in Amps.
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• Q7
What is a capacitor?
A device that explodes.
A device used to store an electric charge.
A device that glows.
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• Q8
What is this?
A fuse.
An LED.
A transistor.
A resistor.
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• Q9
What is this?
A transistor.
A fuse.
A resistor.
An LED.
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• Q10
What is this?
A resistor.
A transistor.
An LED
A fuse.
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• Q11
What is this?
An LED.
A fuse.
A resistor.
A transistor.
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• Q12
What is this?
A capacitor.
A resistor.
A transistor.
A fuse.
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• Q13
Is this circuit open or closed?
open
closed
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• Q14
Is this circuit open or closed?
open
closed
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• Q15
Are these resistors in series or parallel?
Parallel
Series
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• Q16
Are these resistors in series or parallel?
Parallel
Series
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• Q17
Batteries in parallel will run it for about twice as long.
False
True
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• Q18
What is this?
multimeter
hookup wire
wire stripper
crimper
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• Q19
What is a multimeter used for?
An instrument designed to cut wire for a project.
An instrument designed to measure electric current, voltage, and usually resistance, typically over several ranges of value.
An instrument designed to hook up wired from one project to another.
An instrument designed to crimp wire to finish a project.
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• Q20
Do batteries in a series make an LED burn brighter or longer?
brighter
longer
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