# KVL MCQ | KCL MCQ

1. Kirchhoff’s voltage laws are not applicable to circuits with

1. distributed parameters
2. lumped parameters
3. passive elements
4. non-linear resistances

2. The algebraic sum of voltages in any closed path of network is equal to

1. infinity
2. zero
3. two
4. one

3. Which network analysis states that the algebraic sum of voltage on a closed-loop is zero?

1. cramers method
2. nodal method of analysis
3. loop current method of analysis
4. current sources in loop current method of analysis

4. Kirchhoff’s voltage law is concerned with

1. IR drop
2. battery e.m.f.
3. junction voltage
4. both (a) and (b)

5. Kirchhoff’s first and second laws are respectively based on conservation of

1. energy and charge
2. charge and energy
3. mass and charge
4. mass and energy

6. According to Kirchhoff’s voltage law, the algebraic sum of all IR drops and e.m.f.s in any closed loop of a network is always

1. negative
2. positive
3. determined by battery e.m.f.s
4. zero

7. According to KCL as applied to a junction in a network of conductors

1. total sum of currents meeting at the junction is zero
2. no current can leave the junction without some current entering it
3. net current flow at the junction is positive
4. algebraic sum of the currents meeting at the junction is zero

8. Kirchhoff’s current law at a junction deals with

1. conservation of energy
2. conservation of momentum
3. conservation of angular momentum
4. conservation of charge

9. Kirchhoff’s voltage laws are not applicable to circuits with

1. distributed parameters
2. lumped parameters
3. passive elements
4. non-linear resistances

10. Kirchhoff’s voltage law is known as

1. conservation of charge
2. conservation of energy
3. both
4. none

11. Kirchhoff’s second law is based on law of conservation of

1. charge
2. energy
3. momentum
4. mass

12. Kirchhoff’s law is applicable to

1. passive networks only
2. a.c. networks only
3. d.c. networks only
4. both a.c. and d.c. circuits

13. Mesh analysis is based on

1. Kirchhoff’s voltage law
2. Kirchhoff’s current law
3. law of conservation of momentum
4. law of conservation of energy

14. Kirchhoff’s voltage law applied to circuit with

1. linear circuit
2. non-linear circuit
3. linear, non-linear, active and passive elements
4. linear, non-linear, active, passive time-variant as well as time invariant elements

15. Kirchhoff’s law states that in a closed loop of a circuit

1. that total current, algebraically summed is zero
2. the algebraic sum of the potential differences
3. components are zero
4. none of these

16. (Kirchhoff’s current law) KCL is applicable only to

1. closed loops in a network
2. electronic circuits
3. junction in a network
4. electric circuit