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  1. 1. Basic Electronics Exam 1<br />Name___________________________Date____________________<br />Read each of the following ten questions and choose the most correct answer from the four given. Circle the corresponding letter to the answer you choose. (Each correctly answered question is worth 2 points)<br /><ul><li>Ohm’s Law deals with the equivalence between voltage, current, and resistance. What is the correct form of the equation that represents Ohm’s Law?
  2. 2. I=V*R
  3. 3. V=I*R
  4. 4. R=V*I
  5. 5. P=V*I
  6. 6. Using an analogy of plumbing can be used to explain both the components and also how an electrical circuit works. Plumbing involves different sizes of pipes, water pressure, valves, and of course water. In this analogy water represents?
  7. 7. Electrons
  8. 8. Positrons
  9. 9. Photons
  10. 10. Neutrons
  11. 11. Using the same analogy of the preceding question, the water pressure represents?
  12. 12. Current
  13. 13. Voltage
  14. 14. Resistance
  15. 15. Power
  16. 16. There are two types of current commonly used today, AC and DC. What does DC represent?
  17. 17. Direct Current
  18. 18. Damage Control
  19. 19. Direct Correlation
  20. 20. Directional Container
  21. 21. What does AC represent?
  22. 22. Alternating Control
  23. 23. Alarm Check
  24. 24. Alias Chart
  25. 25. Alternating Current</li></ul>____ Capacitor<br />____ Inductor<br />____ Transistor<br />____ Switch<br />____ Battery<br />Read each of the following ten questions and answer either T for true or F for false to each one. If the statement is false then give a corrected form of the statement. Each correctly answered question is worth 2 points.<br />____ Electrons have a positive charge.<br />____ A household outlet supplies DC.<br />____ A 9 volt battery has only one cell<br />____ The three parts to a transistor are the cathode, plate, and grid<br />____ Rubber is a good conductor of electricity.<br />In class there were many discussions about the history of electricity and electronics. Several of the pioneers of technologies and ideas have resulted in the development of electronic devises that we use each and every day were George Westinghouse, Nicola Tesla, Thomas Edison, Benjamin Franklin, Michael Faraday and Count Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta. You are to write a response, using complete sentences, for each of the individuals listed below, that answers the following question. What was the most notable contribution of each of these great pioneers and what product(s) of today developed because of this contribution<br />George Westinghouse -<br />Thomas Edison -<br />Benjamin Franklin -<br />Alexander Graham Bell -<br />Name TEST KEYDate____________________<br />Read each of the following ten questions and choose the most correct answer from the four given. Circle the corresponding letter to the answer you choose. Each correctly answered question is worth 2 points.<br /><ul><li>Ohm’s Law deals with the equivalence between voltage, current, and resistance. What is the correct form of the equation that represents Ohm’s Law?
  26. 26. I=V*R
  27. 27. V=I*R
  28. 28. R=V*I
  29. 29. P=V*I
  30. 30. Using an analogy of plumbing can be used to explain both the components and also how an electrical circuit works. Plumbing involves different sizes of pipes, water pressure, valves, and of course water. In this analogy water represents?
  31. 31. Electrons
  32. 32. Positrons
  33. 33. Photons
  34. 34. Neutrons
  35. 35. Using the same analogy of the preceding question, the water pressure represents?
  36. 36. Current
  37. 37. Voltage
  38. 38. Resistance
  39. 39. Power
  40. 40. There are two types of current commonly used today, AC and DC. What does DC represent?
  41. 41. Damage Control
  42. 42. Direct Correlation
  43. 43. Directional Container
  44. 44. Direct Current
  45. 45. What does AC represent?
  46. 46. Alternating Control
  47. 47. Alarm Check
  48. 48. Alternating Current
  49. 49. Alias Chart</li></ul>Match the above ten symbols with its corresponding term below. Each correctly matched pair is worth 2 points:<br /> e Capacitor<br /> d Inductor<br /> c Transistor<br /> a Switch<br /> b Battery<br />Read each of the following ten questions and answer either T for true or F for false to each one. Each correctly answered question is worth 2 points.<br /> F Electrons have a positive charge. (Electrons have a negative charge)<br /> F A household outlet supplies DC voltage. (A household outlets supplies AC voltage)<br /> F A 9 volt battery has only one cell. (A 9 volt battery has many cells.)<br /> F The three parts to a transistor are the cathode, plate, and grid. (The three parts of a transistor are the cathode, emitter and base)<br /> F Rubber is a good conductor of electricity. (Rubber is a good insulator)<br />In class there were many discussions about the history of electricity and electronics. Several of the pioneers of technologies and ideas have resulted in the development of electronic devises that we use each and every day were George Westinghouse, Nicola Tesla, Thomas Edison, Benjamin Franklin, Michael Faraday and Count Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta. You are to write a response, using complete sentences, for each of the individuals listed below, that answers the following question. What was the most notable contribution of each of these great pioneers and what product(s) of today developed because of this contribution<br />George Westinghouse – AC power transmission. Any AC powered device.<br />Thomas Edison – Light bulb. Any device which uses a light bulb.<br />Benjamin Franklin – Proved lightning is electricity. Bifocal glasses, lightning rod, glass armonica, or Franklin stove.<br />Alexander Graham Bell – Worked with sound. Telephone, voice recorders.<br />

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