• #### 1.  A system that relies on feedback in order to operate is known as what?

• A closed-loop system
• A constant-loop system
• An open-ended system
• An open-loop system
• #### 2.  Stored energy is otherwise known as _________ energy.

• activation energy
• kinetic energy
• potential energy
• thermodynamic energy

• charge
• frequency
• voltage
• resistance

• Heat energy
• Toast
• Electricity
• Both A & B
• #### 5.  Direct current flows through a circuit from the negative electrode called the to the positive electrode called the .

• anode, cathode
• cathode, iode
• diode, anode
• cathode, anode

• charge
• voltage
• frequency
• resistance

• Heat
• Friction
• Sound
• All of above
• #### 8.  The creation of light pollution as a direct result of an engineering project is an example of what?

• A positive environmental impact
• A negative economic impact
• A negative environmental impact
• A positive economic impact

• VOM
• AC
• DC
• IMA

• voltage
• hertz
• frequency
• amperes
• #### 11.  As an output, a petrol powered car engine will create which of the following?

• Sound
• Heat
• Exhaust emissions
• All of above

• True
• False
• #### 13.  List four parts of a general electrical circuit:

• source, load, battery, light bulb
• load, control element, conductor, source

• cell phone
• flashlight
• battery
• alternator
• #### 15.  The '+' symbol in an error detector represents what?

• Set value
• Actual value
• Positive terminal
• All of above

• An output
• A process
• An input
• All of above
• #### 17.  Within a sub-system diagram, a system boundary is represented by what?

• A solid line
• An arrow
• A dashed line
• An arrow in and an arrow out
• #### 18.  How are VS, V1 and V2 related to each other?

• VS = V1 = V2
• VS = V1 + V2
• VS = (V1 + V2)/2
• VS = 2(V1 + V2)

• AC
• parallel
• RC
• series

• combined
• separated
• fused
• neutralized

• VOM
• AC
• IMA
• DC
• #### 22.  Complete the sentence: A transducer is...

• … a device that converts electrical energy into potential energy.
• … a form of kinetic energy.
• … a device that converts a physical quantity, such as pressure or brightness, into an electrical signal, or vice versa.
• All of above
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