Type of resistors

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20 questions
• Q1
What does the color code Brown-Black-Red indicate in a 4-band resistor?
12 kilohms
120 ohms
1.2 kilohms
10 ohms
30s
• Q2
What is the tolerance of a resistor with a color code of Yellow-Violet-Red-Gold?
5%
10%
2%
1%
30s
• Q3
What is the purpose of a resistor in an electrical circuit?
To store electrical energy
To limit or control the amount of current flowing in a circuit
To generate electricity
To convert AC to DC
30s
• Q4
What is the tolerance of a resistor with a color code of Green-Blue-Brown-Gold?
10%
1%
5%
0.1%
30s
• Q5
What does the color code Orange-Orange-Brown indicate in a 4-band resistor?
33 kilohms
3.3 kilohms
330 ohms
3.3 ohms
30s
• Q6
What does the color code Green-Blue-Gold indicate in a 4-band resistor?
56 kilohms
5.6 kilohms
560 ohms
56 ohms
30s
• Q7
What is the tolerance of a resistor with a color code of Red-Orange-Black-silver?
5%
0.1%
10%
1%
30s
• Q8
What is the direction of current in a simple DC circuit?
non-directional
multi-directional
bi-directional
uni-directional
30s
• Q9
Which component is commonly used to control the amount of current in a DC circuit?
capacitor
inductor
diode
resistor
30s
• Q10
What is the symbol for a direct current (DC) source in a circuit diagram?
A circle with a plus sign inside
A straight line with a dashed line underneath
A zigzag line
A triangle
30s
• Q11
What is the unit of measurement for electric current?
Ohm
Watt
Volt
Ampere
30s
• Q12
In a DC circuit, what happens to the direction of current when a battery's terminals are reversed?
The direction of current reverses
The current remains the same
The voltage increases
The current stops flowing
30s
• Q13
What is the purpose of a fuse in a DC circuit?
To store electrical energy
To protect against excessive current
To amplify the current
To regulate voltage
30s
• Q14
What is the difference between AC and DC currents?
AC current and DC current have the same characteristics.
AC current periodically changes its direction, while DC current flows in one direction.
AC current flows in one direction, while DC current periodically changes its direction.
AC current is constant, while DC current fluctuates.
30s
• Q15
What is the symbol for a resistor in a circuit diagram?
A straight line with a dashed line underneath
A zigzag line
A circle with a plus sign inside
A triangle
30s

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