Networks Analysis And Synthesis “Maximum power output is obtained from a network when the load resistance is equal to the output resistance of the network as seen terminals of the load”. The above statement is associated with

Millman’s theorem
Thevenin’s theorem
Maximum power transfer theorem
Superposition theorem

Networks Analysis And Synthesis This mention statement is associated with “In any network containing more than one sources of e.m.f. the current in any branch is the algebraic sum of a number of individual currents (the number being equal to the number of sources of e.m.f.), each of which is due to separate action of each source of e.m.f., taken order, when the remaining sources of e.m.f. are replaced by conductors, the resistances of which are equal to the internal resistances of the respective sources”.

Thevenin’s theorem
Norton’s theorem
None of these
Superposition theorem

Networks Analysis And Synthesis For a voltage source

The source e.m.f. and terminal voltage are equal
Terminal voltage cannot be higher than source e.m.f.
None of these
Terminal voltage is always lower than source e.m.f.

Networks Analysis And Synthesis Kirchhoff’s voltage law applies to circuits with

Linear, nonlinear, active and passive elements
Linear, nonlinear, active, passive, time varying as wells as time-invariant elements
Nonlinear elements only
Linear elements only

Networks Analysis And Synthesis A nonlinear network does not satisfy

Homogeneity, superposition and associative condition
Homogeneity condition
Both homogeneity as well as superposition condition
Superposition condition

Networks Analysis And Synthesis An ideal voltage source should have

Small value of e.m.f.
Infinite source resistance
Large value of e.m.f.
Zero source resistance