Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.

In a series circuit, the ____ is the same at any point in the circuit.
a.  amperage  c.  voltage  b.  resistance  d.  wattage 


2.

____ indicates the amount of voltage necessary to push the current through the
limiting element.
a.  Voltage polarity  c.  Series resistance  b.  Voltage drop  d.  Resistance adds 


3.

The amount of voltage required to push the electrons through the circuit is
determined by the amount of ____.
a.  amperage  c.  wattage  b.  resistance  d.  a and b 


4.

The total amount of resistance to current flow in a series circuit is equal to
the sum of the ____ in that circuit.
a.  amperages  c.  voltages  b.  resistances  d.  wattages 


5.

If a series circuit has three resistors and two amps flow through each resistor,
the total amperage for the circuit is ____ amps.


6.

In which of the following types of circuits can the total power of the circuit
be determined by adding the power dissipation of all the parts of the circuit?
a.  series  c.  combination  b.  parallel  d.  all of the
above 


7.

____ are used to provide different voltages between certain points of a
circuit.
a.  Voltage multipliers  c.  Voltage dividers  b.  Voltage adders  d.  Resistance
adders 


8.

According to the general voltage divider formula, the voltage drop across any
particular resistance is equal to the total circuit current ____ the value of that resistor.
a.  plus  c.  times  b.  minus  d.  divided by 


9.

In voltage divider circuits, ____ is often used to provide a common reference
point to produce voltages that are above or below ground.
a.  amperage  c.  resistance  b.  ground  d.  power 

Completion Complete each
statement.


10.

A ____________________ circuit is a circuit that has only one path for the
current to flow.


11.

____________________ is the force that pushes the electrons through a
resistance.


12.

In a series circuit, the sum of all the voltage drops across all the resistors
must be equal to the ____________________ applied to the circuit.


13.

The definition of _________________________ is that the total resistance of a
circuit can be found by adding the values of all the resistors in that circuit.


14.

Given the voltage and the resistance, the amount of current flow in a circuit
can be determined by using ____________________.


15.

Using Ohm's law, it would take ____________________ volts to push 4 amps of
current through 20 ohms of resistance.
