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Multiple choice questions

Try the following questions to test your knowledge of Chapter 1. Once you have completed the questions, click on the 'Submit Answers for Grading' button at the bottom of this page to get your results.

This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
What is meant by a 'system'?

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Question 2.
What form of waveform is shown here?


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Question 3.
Most real-world physical quantities are continuous.

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Question 4.
No real-world physical quantities are discrete.

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Question 5.
Digital signals can take only two values.

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Question 6.
Binary signals are the most common form of digital signals.

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Question 7.
A sinusoidal signal is passed through an amplifier and results in the following waveform. What form of distortion is predominant?


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Question 8.
What forms the starting point of an engineering project?

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Question 9.
The design of an engineering system normally follows a top-down approach.

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Question 10.
Which of the following statements is correct?

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