This set of Analog Electronic Circuits Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Parallel and Series Configuration”.

1. From the given circuit, what is the value of current flowing through the 1 k resistor?

a) 0 mA

b) 10 mA

c) 9.3 mA

d) 0.7 mA

2. In the given circuit, what is the value of current flowing through the forward biased diode?

a) 10 mA

b) 9.3 mA

c) 8.6 mA

d) 0 mA

3. From the given circuit, what is the value of current flowing through the 1 k resistor parallel to the diodes?

a) 10 mA

b) 9.3 mA

c) 8.6 mA

d) 0 mA

4. In the given circuit, what is the value of current flowing through the diode D_{2}?

a) 0 mA

b) 10 mA

c) 9.3 mA

d) 8.6 mA

5. In the given circuit, what is the current through the parallel resistor?

a) 9.3 mA

b) 0.7 mA

c) 8.6 mA

d) 0 mA

6. In the given circuit, what is the value of current through R_{2}?

a) 9.3 mA

b) 9.7 mA

c) 10 mA

d) 0 mA

7. In the given circuit, what is the value of the current through the series resistor R_{2}?

a) 9.3 mA

b) 10 mA

c) 0 mA

d) 8.6 mA

8. In the given circuit, what is the value of current through R?

a) 0.7 mA

b) 0.3 mA

c) 1 mA

d) 10 mA

9. In the given circuit, what is the value of current through the silicon diode?

a) 9.3 mA

b) 9.7 mA

c) 10 mA

d) 0 mA

10. In the given circuit, by what amount does the current across R change when the Germanium diode is reconnected in the reverse-bias mode?

a) 0 mA

b) 0.7 mA

c) 0.4 mA

d) 0.3 mA

11. In the given circuit, if the diode D2 is a Germanium diode and all other diodes are Silicon diodes, then which of the following statements is true?

a) I_{D2} < I_{D3}; I_{D2} = I_{D1}

b) I_{D2} > I_{D3}; I_{D2} > I_{D1}

c) I_{D2} > I_{D3}; I_{D2} = I_{D1}

d) I_{D2} > I_{D3}; I_{D2} < I_{D1}

12. In the given circuit, what is the value of current through the germanium diode?

a) 9.4 mA

b) 9.7 mA

c) 0.3 mA

d) 0 mA

13. In the circuit, considering the diode 1,4 to be a Germanium diode and the diodes 2,3 to be silicon, which of the following statements are true?

a) I_{D1} = I_{D2}

b) I_{D1} = I_{D3}

c) I_{D1} = I_{D4}

d) I_{D1} > I_{D4}