## Networks Analysis And Synthesis Thevenin resistance Rth is found

between same open terminals as for Etk
between any two ‘open’ terminals
by removing voltage sources along with their internal resistances
by short-circuiting the given two terminals

## Networks Analysis And Synthesis Kirchhoff s law is not applicable to circuits with

Non-linear resistances
Passive elements
Distributed parameters
Lumped parameters

## Networks Analysis And Synthesis For a voltage source

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

## 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 “Any number of current sources in parallel may be replaced by a single current source whose current is the algebraic sum of individual currents and source resistance is the parallel combination of individual source resistances”.

Maximum power transfer theorem
Millman’s theorem
Thevenin’s theorem
None of these

## Networks Analysis And Synthesis Kirchhoff s current law states that

Total sum of currents meeting at the junction is zero
No current can leave the junction without some current entering it
Hebraic sum of the currents meeting at the junction is zero
Net current flow at the junction is positive