1. Superposition theorem requires as many circuits to be solved as there are

- sources
- nodes
- sources + nodes
- sources + nodes + meshes

2. A system which follows the superposition principle is known as

- System
- Control System
- Linear System
- Unilateral System

3. A system is linear if and only if it satisfies

- principle of superposition
- principle of homogeneity
- both (a) and (b) above
- neither (a) and (b) above

4. The superposition theorem is based on the

- Duality
- Linearity
- Reciprocity
- Non-linearity

5. The superposition theorem can be applied only to circuits having

- resistive elements
- passive elements
- linear bilateral elements
- non-linear elements

6. The superposition theorem is applicable only to

- non-linear circuit
- linear circuit
- resistive circuit
- passive circuit

7. Superposition theorem can be applied only to

- non-linear networks
- linear bilateral networks
- bilateral network
- linear network

8. A non-linear network does not satisfy

- superposition condition
- homogeneity condition
- both superposition as well as homogeneity condition
- superposition, homogeneity and associative condition

9. In applying superposition theorem, to determine branch current and voltages

- all current and voltage sources are shorted.
- only current sources are open-circuited.
- only voltage sources are shorted.
- voltage sources are shorted and current sources are open-circuited.

10. A linear circuit in one whose parameters

- change with change in current
- change with change in voltage
- do not change with voltage and current
- none of the options

11. The superposition theorem is used when the circuit contains

- a single voltage source
- active elements only
- a number of voltage sources
- passive elements only

12. In electrical circuits states that for a response (voltage or current) in any branch of a bilateral linear circuit having more than one independent source equals the algebraic sum of the responses caused by each independent sources acting alone.

- norton’s theorem
- thevenin’s theorem
- superposition theorem
- duality theorem

13. A linear circuit is one whose parameters (e.g. resistance, etc.)

- change with change in current
- change with change in voltage
- do not change with voltage and current
- none of these

14. Superposition theorem is applicable for

- linear and lateral networks
- non-linear and lateral networks
- linear and bilateral networks
- non-linear and bilateral networks

15. Superposition theorem is used to obtain current in or voltage across any conductor of the

- AC network
- magnetic network
- non-linear network
- linear network

16. A linear element satisfies the property (ies) of

- superposition and homogeneity
- multiplicity and superposition
- superposition
- homogeneity

17. Superposition theorem is NOT applicable to networks containing

- dependent voltage sources
- non-linear elements
- transformers
- dependent current sources

18. A linear circuit contains ideal resistors and ideal voltage source. If values of all the resistors are halved then the voltage across each resistor becomes.

- halved
- doubled
- remained unchanged
- decreased by 4 times

19. The superposition theorem is applicable to

- current only
- voltage
- both current and voltage
- current, voltage and power