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Ohms Law Class 11 MCQ Questions With Answers
1.
What is the resistance of a lightbulb that experiences 9 Volts and 3 amps of current?
1/3 ohms
3 ohms
27 ohms
9 ohms
2.
Solve for the total resistance of the circuit shown
50 V
1970 ohms
705 K ohms
20 Amps
3.
What type of circuit is pictured?
series
Parallel
4.
How do you calculate resistance?
Voltage X Current
Current ÷ Voltage
Voltage ÷ Current
Current X Amps
5.
What would happen if in a circuit the voltage is increase?
The time would increase
The current would increase
The current would decrease
The current would stay the same
6.
The mathematical relationship among Voltage, Current, and Resistance
Faraday's Law
Tesla's Law
Edison's Law
Ohm's Law
7.
What is voltage measured in?
Ω (Ohms)
V (Volts)
A (Amps)
W (Watts)
8.
Why electrical wiring usually are covered with a layer of plastic?
To make it look pretty
To help electricity flow along the wire
To make it safe
To add more energy
9.
What would happen if in a circuit, the resistance increases but the voltage stays the same?
The current would decrease
The current would increase
The voltage would decrease
The voltage would increase
10.
Solve for total Current in the circuit shown
25 Amps
35 amps
25 milliamps
35 milliamps
11.
What resistance is needed to cause a 50A current flow because of a 500V battery?
10Ώ
5Ώ
2500Ώ
550Ώ
12.
What voltage is needed to cause a 5A current flow through a 2Ω resistor?
10V
2.5V
7V
0.4V
13.
If lamp 1 is unscrewed from its holder, what will happen to lamp 2?
It will get brighter
It will stay the same brightness
It will go out
Nothing will happen
14.
What is the current in a circuit with 6 ohms of resistance and a battery containing 24 Volts?
1/4 A
144 A
4 A
0.4 A
15.
What voltage is needed to cause a 2A current flow through a 10Ω resistor?
5V
0.2V
20V
200V
16.
In order to electrical current to flow through a wire the wire must be connected in a ____________ that includes a source of electrical current.
averager matter
Complete loop
In an incomplete loop
Interrupted Circuit
17.
How many Volts would we need to produce a current flow of 8 Amps through a 6 Ohm resistor
12 volts
24 volts
1.3333
48 volts
18.
What needs to be done to this circuit so that the lamp lights up?
Close the switch
Add a source and close the switch
Add another lamp
Add another lamp and a switch
19.
What voltage is needed to cause a 50A current flow through a 10Ω resistor?
15V
500V
500 kV
0.2V
20.
How do you calculate voltage?
Current X Resistance
Resistance ÷ Current
Current ÷ Resistance
Measure it with a ruler
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