ASVAB Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (Exam 18)

ASVAB Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (Exam 18)

created by Fisher BRink (@fisher) at Feb. 8, 2016
  • A fuse with a higher-than-required rating used in an electrical circuit:

  • Neutral wire is always:

  • To measure electrical power, you would use a(n):

  • If you operate an incandescent light bulb at less than its rated voltage:

  • Two electrical wires run to a machine. One wire is 6mm thick, and the other is 3mm...

  • Impedance is represented by the symbol

  • In electronics this symbol represents a

  • A junction diode is used for

  • In an FM receiver the AFC is

  • How many wires do serial cables used on computers have?

  • To produce greater storage of electrons and more capacitance, capacitors should:

  • A light bulb is 60 watts. Operated at 120 volts, how much current does it draw?

  • A number-12 wire, compared to a number-6 wire:

  • The television broadcast standard used in the United States is:

  • The symbol above is a/an:

  • When a circuit breaker trips, in what position will you find the operating handle?

  • Which wire is smallest?

  • The symbol above stands for:

  • How many paths of electrical flow can be found in a series circuit?

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    Feb. 8, 2016, 3:26 a.m.
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