# Multiple-Choice Questions or Objective Type Questions on Electricity [PDF Included]

Are you looking for MCQ questions on Electricity? If yes, you are in the right place. Here in this article, I will show you some Multiple Choice Questions based on Basic Electricity. There is a separate article where you will get the short questions on Electricity along with answers. There, you will get an explanation of some multiple-choice questions mentioned here.

## MCQ Questions or Viva Questions on Electricity

• Within which of the following wire, fuse wire is inserted?
1. Neutral wire
2. Phase wire ✔️
3. Earthing wire
4. Anyone of the above
• The S.I unit of electricity is
1. Volt
2. Ohm
3. Coulomb
4. Ampere ✔️
• The charge flows because of
1. Connection with the poles
2. Resistance
3. Potential difference ✔️
4. Anyone of the above
• The S.I unit of resistance is
1. Volt
2. Ohm ✔️
3. Joule
4. Watt
• Consumption of electricity is measured in
1. Watt-hour ✔️
2. Joule-sec
3. Joule-hour
4. Joule
• The unit of electric charge is:
1. Coulomb ✔️
2. Volt
3. Ohm
4. Mho
• The color of the live wire is:
1. Black
2. White
3. Red ✔️
4. Green
• The color of the neutral wire is:
1. Black/ white ✔️
2. Red
3. Green
4. None of the above
• The largest size of the cable is:
1. 8 mm diameter
2. 10 mm diameter
3. 12.7 mm diameter ✔️
4. 6 mm diameter
• If the different types of resistances are r1, r2 and r3; the equivalent resistance in series circuit will be:
1. R = r1+r2+r3 ✔️
2. R= (1/r1 + 1/r2 + 1/r3)
3. R= (r1*r2*r3)/(r1+r2+r3)
4. R= (r1*r2*r3)
• If the different types of resistances are r1, r2 and r3; the equivalent resistance in parallel circuit will be:
1. R = r1+r2+r3
2. 1/R= (1/r1 + 1/r2 + 1/r3) ✔️
3. 1/R= (r1*r2*r3)/(r1+r2+r3)
4. R= (r1*r2*r3)
• Type B circuit breakers trip the current that is __________ times higher than that of rated current
1. 3 to 5 ✔️
2. 5 to 10
3. 10 to 15
4. 15 to 20
• Type C circuit breakers trip the current that is __________ times higher than that of rated current
1. 3 to 5
2. 5 to 10 ✔️
3. 10 to 15
4. 15 to 20
• Type D circuit breakers trip the current that is __________ times higher than that of rated current
1. 3 to 5
2. 5 to 10
3. 10 to 15 ✔️
4. 15 to 20
• From the battery charger, we get _____type of electric current
1. Alternating current
2. Direct current ✔️
3. Anyone
• For getting more current, you should connect the cells in ________.
1. Series
2. Parallel ✔️
3. Anyone
• For getting more voltage, you should connect the cells in ________.
1. Series ✔️
2. Parallel
3. Anyone
• Multi-meter is used to ________.
1. Current
2. Voltage
3. Resistance
4. All of the above✔️
• A battery is ________.
1. combination of cells ✔️
2. an electric component from which we get AC current
3. All of the above
• Which of the following is used to measure voltage?
1. Voltmeter
2. Multimeter
3. Both (1) and (2) ✔️
4. Ammeter
• The resistance of an appliance in an electric circuit is 15 ohm. The appliance is connected to a 230 V supply line. What will be the amount of the current flowing in the circuit?
1. 25.33 A
2. 30.55 A
3. 15.33 A ✔️
4. 35.33 A
• In an electric circuit, the 550-coulomb charge is flowing in 100 seconds. What is the amount of current flows in the circuit?
1. 55 A
2. 5.5 A ✔️
3. 550 A
4. 0.55 A

## Quiz on Electricity

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MCQ on Electricity

1 / 5

For getting more voltage, you should connect the cells in ___________.

2 / 5

Wire gauge is used to _____________.

3 / 5

The material of the fuse wire is ________.

4 / 5

With which of the following wire, switches are connected?

5 / 5

Which type of current is more harmful?

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## Conclusion

The multiple-choice questions mentioned here are the basic questions from “Electricity”. This will help you in clearing the viva during the examination.

I hope that MCQ on Electricity will help you even in different competitive examinations. If you want multiple-choice questions from some other chapters, you can write the name of the chapter in the comment box. I will write on that chapter too. Thank you for reading.