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#1. How much work is done in moving an electron from point G to point H on an equipotential surface of 2V?

#2. In an average lightning stroke, what is the order of current?

#3. The electric field at a point is

#4. Which of the following is a correct statement?

#5. henry is the unit of

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1. Potential at any point on an equipotential surface is constant. So, the work done, W = VAB.q

Here, VAB = VB – VA = 0V.

2. Lightning carries with it really high value of current in the order of 10-1000 amperes, which is really fatal.

3. If there is no charge, the electric field will be continuous without being diverged from or converged into that charge. For example, if there is a positive charge, then the field will be diverged from that charge.

5. henry is the SI unit of inductance.

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Electricity Quiz and Electric quiz answers

1. How much work is done in moving an electron from point G to point H on an equipotential surface of 2V?

   a. 4 eV

   b. 2 eV

   c. 0 ()

   d. 2 V

2. In an average lightning stroke, what is the order of current?

   a. 10-1000 mA

   b. 10-100 nA

   c.  10-1000 A ()

   d. none of the above

3. The electric field at a point is

   a. always continuous

   b. continuous if there is no charge at that point ()

   c. discontinuous only if there is a negative charge at that point

   d. none of the above

4. Which of the following is a correct statement?

   a. individual charge inside a conductor is non-zero

   b. net charge inside a conductor is zero

   c. the flow of current inside a semi-conductor is unidirectional

   d. all of the above ()

5. henry is the unit of

   a. capacitance

   b. inductance ()

   c. reactance

   d. resonance

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