Questions Without Answers For Measurement Units

Question File Number 4



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  • The unit of impedance is the:
    • ampere
    • farad
    • henry
    • ohm
    • ==========================
  • One kilohm is:
    • 10 ohm
    • 0.01 ohm
    • 0.001 ohm
    • 1000 ohm
    • ==========================
  • One kilovolt is equal to:
    • 10 volt
    • 100 volt
    • 1000 volt
    • 10,000 volt
    • ==========================
  • One quarter of one ampere may be written as:
    • 250 microampere
    • 0.5 ampere
    • 0.25 milliampere
    • 250 milliampere
    • ==========================
  • The watt is the unit of:
    • power
    • magnetic flux
    • electromagnetic field strength
    • breakdown voltage
    • ==========================
  • The voltage 'two volt' is also:
    • 2000 mV
    • 2000 kV
    • 2000 uV
    • 2000 MV
    • ==========================
  • The unit for potential difference between two points in a circuit is the:
    • ampere
    • volt
    • ohm
    • coulomb
    • ==========================
  • Impedance is a combination of:
    • reactance with reluctance
    • resistance with conductance
    • resistance with reactance
    • reactance with radiation
    • ==========================
  • One mA is:
    • one millionth of one ampere
    • one thousandth of one ampere
    • one tenth of one ampere
    • one millionth of admittance
    • ==========================
  • The unit of resistance is the:
    • farad
    • watt
    • ohm
    • resistor
    • ==========================


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