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Three moving iron type voltmeters are connected as shown below. Voltmeter readings are $V$, $V1$ and $V2$ , as indicated. The correct relation among the voltmeter readings is $V=\frac{V1}{\sqrt{2}}+\frac{V2}{\sqrt{2}}$ V =$V_1$ +$V_2$ V =$V_1$V_2$ V =$V_2$ $V_1$
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The transfer function $\frac{V2(s)}{V1(s)}$ of the circuit shown below is $\frac{0.5s+1}{s+1}$ $\frac{3s+6}{s+2}$ $\frac{s+2}{s+1}$ $\frac{s+1}{s+2}$
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The voltages developed across the $3 \Omega$ and $2 \Omega$ resistors shown in the figure are $6 V$ and $2 V$ respectively, with the polarity as marked. What is the power (in Watt) delivered by the $5 V$ voltage source? $5$ $7$ $10$ $14$
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