# Constant Voltage Drop Model-2 MCQ’s

This set of Analog Electronic Circuits Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Constant Voltage Drop Model-2″.

1. What is current I if voltage V = 5V, VB = 2V, R1 & R2 = 2K. (Use constant voltage drop model assumption and take VD = 0.5V)

a) 1.25mA
b) 1mA
c) 2.75mA
d) 1.75mA

2. Current I if V = 5V and -5V when VB = 2V, R1 = 2K, R2 = 4K respectively are __________ (Use constant voltage drop model assumption and take VD = 0.5V)

a) 1.3mA, 0.23mA
b) 2.875mA, 0mA
c) 2mA, 0mA
d) 1.423mA, 0 mA

3. What is voltage across the resistor R if VA = -3V and VB = -5V is _________ (Use constant voltage drop model assumption and take VD = 0.5V)

a) 0V
b) -3V
c) -5V
d) -4V

4. The output voltage V if Vin = 3V, R = 5K, VB = 2V is ___________ (Use constant voltage drop model assumption and take VD = 0.5V)

a) 0V
b) 2V
c) 1.5V
d) 3.5V

5. In the circuit Vin = 4V, VB = 3V, R = 5K. The voltage across diode V is _________
(Use constant voltage drop model assumption and take VD = 0.5V)

a) 0V
b) 0.5V
c) 1V
d) 1.5V

6. In the circuit shown in below I = 2mA, VB = 2V and R = 2K. The voltage V will be ________ (Use constant voltage drop model assumption and take VD = 0.5V)

a) 0V
b) 2.5V
c) 6V
d) 3.5V

7. In the circuit below VB = 2V, Vin = 5V. The voltage V across resistor R is ________ (Use constant voltage drop model assumption and take VD = 0.5V)

a) 0V
b) 2.5V
c) 1.5V
d) 3V

8. In the circuit below Vin = 4V, R = 2K and VB = 2V. In these conditions the voltage across diode V is _________ (Use constant voltage drop model assumption and take VD = 0.5V)

a) 2.5
b) 4.5
c) 0.5
d) 1.5

9. In the circuit shown in below I = 2mA, VB = 2V and R = 2K. The voltage V will be ________ (Use constant voltage drop model assumption and take VD = 0.5V)

a) 4V
b) 3V
c) 6V
d) 5.5V

10. For circuit shown below Vin = 3V, R1 = 6K, R2 = 2K. The voltage V will be ________ (Use constant voltage drop model assumption and take VD = 0.5V)

a) 2V
b) 3V
c) 3.5V
d) 2.5V