# MCQ on Electric Energy [Free PDF] – Objective Question Answer for Electric Energy Quiz

1. Which among the following is a unit for electrical energy?

A. V(volt)
B. kWh(kilowatt-hour)
C. Ohm
D. C(column.

A kilowatt is a unit of power and an hour is a unit of time. Energy is the product of power and time, hence the unit for Energy is kWh.

2. A bulb has a power of 200W. What is the energy dissipated by it in 5 minutes?

A. 60J
B. 1000J
C. 60kJ
D. 1kJ

Here, Power = 200w and time = 5min.

E = Pt = > E = 200 × 5 = 1000Wmin

= 60000Ws = 60000J = 60kJ.

3. Out of the following, which one is not a source of electrical energy?

A. Solar cell
B. Battery
C. Potentiometer
D. Generator

A solar cell converts light energy to electrical energy. A battery converts chemical energy to electrical energy. The generator generates electrical energy using electromagnetic induction. A potentiometer is an instrument used for measuring voltage and consumes electrical energy instead of generating it.

4. Calculate the energy dissipated by the circuit in 50 seconds. A. 50kJ
B. 50J
C. 100j
D. 100kJ

Here V = 100 and R = 10.

Power in the circuit = V2/R = 1002/10 = 1000W.

Energy = Pt = 1000 × 50 = 50000J = 50kJ.

5. Which among the following is an expression for energy?
A. V2It
B. V2Rt
C. V2t/R
D. V2t2/R

Expression for power = VI,

substituting I from ohm’s law we can write,

P = V2/R.

Energy is the product of power and time, hence

E = Pt = V2t/R.

6. Calculate the energy in the 10 − ohm resistance in 10 seconds. A. 400J
B. 40kJ
C. 4000J
D. 4kJ

Since the resistors are connected in parallel, the voltage across both the resistors is the same, hence we can use the expression

P = V2/R. P = 2002/10 = 4000W.

E = Pt = 4000 × 10 = 40000Ws = 40000J = 40kJ.

7. A battery converts___________

A. Electrical energy to chemical energy
B. Chemical energy to electrical energy
C. Mechanical energy to electrical energy
D. Chemical energy to mechanical energy

A battery is a device in which the chemical elements within the battery react with each other to produce electrical energy.

8. A current of 2A flows in a wire offering a resistance of 10ohm. Calculate the energy dissipated by the wire in 0.5 hours.

A. 72Wh
B. 72kJ
C. 7200J
D. 72kJh

Here I (current) = 2A

Resistance(R) = 10ohm.

Power = I2R = 22 × 10 = 40.

Energy = Pt = 40 × 0.5 × 60 × 60 = 72000J = 72kJ.  [/bg_collapse]

9. Calculate the energy in the 5 − ohm resistor in 20 seconds. A. 21.5kJ
B. 2.15kJ
C. 2.15J
D. 21.5kJ

The current in the circuit is equal to the current in the 5-ohm resistor since it a series-connected circuit, hence

I = 220/(5+10) = 14.67A.

P = I2R = 14.672 × 5 = 1075.8W.

E = Pt = 1075.8 × 20 = 21516J = 21.5kJ.

10. Practically, if 10kJ of energy is supplied to a device, how much energy will the device give back?

A. Equal to10kJ
B. Less than 10kJ
C. More than 10kJ
D. Zero