1. Calculate the value of V1 and V2.

A. 4V, 6V

B. 5V, 6V

C. 6V, 7V

D. 7V, 8V

2. KVL deals with the conservation of?

A. Mass

B. Momentum

C. Charge

D. Energy

Answer: D

KVL states that the sum of the potential energy and taken with the right sign is equal to zero, hence it is the conservation of energy since energy doesn’t enter or leave the system.

3. Calculate the voltage across the 10-ohm resistor.

A. 12V

B. 4V

C. 10V

D. 0V

4. Find the value of the currents I1 and I2 using KVL.

A. 0.3, 0.1

B. − 0.1, − 0.3

C. − 0.3, − 0.1

D. 0.1, 0.2

5. The sum of the voltages over any closed loop is equal to __________

A. 0V

B. Infinity

C. 1V

D. 2V

6. What is the basic law that has to be followed in order to analyze the circuit?

A. Newton’s laws

B. Faraday’s laws

C. Ampere’s laws

D. Kirchhoff’s law

7. Every____________ is a ____________ but every __________ is not a __________

A. Mesh, loop, loop, mesh

B. Loop, mesh, mesh, loop

C. Loop, mesh, loop, mesh

D. Mesh, loop, mesh, loop

8. What is the voltage across the 5-ohm resistor if the current source has the current of 17/3 A?

A. 2.32V

B. 5.21V

C. 6.67V

D. 8.96V

9. Calculate the voltage across VAB using Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law.

A. 3.5V

B. 12V

C. 9.5V

D. 6.5V

10. KVL is applied in ____________

A. Mesh analysis

B. Nodal analysis

C. Both mesh and nodal

D. Neither mesh nor nodal