This set of MATLAB Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Modeling”.
1. What has been modelled in the following Simulink screenshot?
a) The step response of the unit step signal with a step time=0
b) The step response of the ramp signal with a step time=4
c) The ramp response of the step signal with a ramp slope=1
d) The step response of the unit step signal with a step time=2
3. Digital systems ______ in Simulink.
a) Can be implemented
b) Cannot be implemented
c) Only ADC’s
d) Only DAC’s
4. The no. of logical operations present in the logical operator block is _________
5. The arrows connecting each block with another are ____
a) Flexible as in they don’t become permanent when once placed
b) Rigid as in their direction cannot be changed
c) Don’t pop up in the screen
8. What can be the possible limitation of this block?
a) No. of zeros never equal to no. of poles not allowed
b) No. of zeros lesser than no. of poles not allowed
c) No. of zeros greater than no. of poles not allowed
d) No. of zeros equal to no. of poles not allowed
9. The limits of the graph obtained from the scope can be changed from the ________
a) Configuration properties
b) Style option
c) Layout option
d) Stepping option
11. We _______ simulate circuits in MATLAB.
c) can, only by blocks
d) can or cannot
12. Photodiodes are present in the _________ section of the Simscape toolbox
a) Special Purpose Diodes
b) Semiconductor devices
14. The output in the scope is an analog signal.
16. We can model __ impulse function in discrete domain
c) Shifted unit
17. What does the following model portray?
a) Measuring impulse response of a system
b) Measuring impulse response of a system
c) Measuring ramp response of a system
d) Measuring step response of a system
18. What does the following model show?
a) The discrete impulse is shifted by 8 units in time
b) The discrete transfer function is shifted by 8 units in time
c) The output has an error
d) The output does not match the graph
19. What does this block do?
a) Gives a logic 1 if the input is greater than it’s previous value
b) Gives a logic 0 if the input is greater than it’s previous value
c) Gives a logic 1 if the input is smaller than it’s previous value
d) Gives a logic 0 if the output is greater than it’s previous value