Electricity: Resistances - Online Test

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Questions based on resistances.

Sample Question from this online test:

Question: The formula of heat produced in a wire of resistance R when a current of I ampere flows in it for t seconds?

Option A: H = I ^2 *R*t

Option B: H = I* R^2 *t

Option C: H = I* R* t

Option D: None

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Comments

Vidhi Goswami on 2009-04-15 17:29:49 wrote,

in Q.18 , hour z missing (kilowatt hour)

pooran lal gupta on 2009-05-31 23:49:11 wrote,

EASY qqqqqqqqq

MD SADIQ on 2009-06-12 00:15:56 wrote,

good

haresh kakadiya on 2009-07-23 10:24:59 wrote,

nice

R@vi Gupta on 2009-07-28 16:55:56 wrote,

post some tough ques........

anupam anupam on 2009-10-02 20:40:44 wrote,

put ques which r conceptual

sara e on 2009-10-10 00:30:01 wrote,

fine

ramkee penta on 2009-12-27 20:30:06 wrote,

its easy ,we want some more tough questions

NAVEEN TG on 2010-02-11 12:49:59 wrote,

bit easy questions

Chandra kumar on 2010-02-17 17:08:48 wrote,

Very very easy questions

pandari k on 2011-01-27 05:56:00 wrote,

i am iprooving my basics

madhu reddy on 2011-02-13 04:09:09 wrote,

i am test my knowledg, and also improve

Quazi Rizwan on 2011-02-20 13:25:18 wrote,

its nice.. more questions needed..

Bhupender Soni on 2011-02-23 09:45:16 wrote,

Good

dhiren tripathy on 2011-03-04 09:35:23 wrote,

i hopes q 14 answer is silver or aloy of tin and pb.

sridhar edla on 2011-04-19 15:49:49 wrote,

14th one is may be alloy of tin&pb

Ramesh Sinha on 2011-08-11 11:00:30 wrote,

V.Good

siva shanmugam on 2012-05-10 12:14:57 wrote,

easy

Alabi Olufemi on 2012-06-18 00:32:17 wrote,

to improve better

Abhishek Maji on 2012-06-20 16:06:32 wrote,

easy question.......

Amala Joseph on 2012-08-08 09:54:19 wrote,

soooo easy

Sachin Athawale on 2012-08-30 18:39:23 wrote,

Q 17 need to change insted of 1 kw, there must be kwh because its energy and not power and its unit is joules or kwh. 1kwh=1000* 1 Joules/sec * 3600=3.6*10^6 Joules

Satyajit Biswal on 2013-04-16 10:36:34 wrote,

simple questions