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### EEE :: Quantities and Units

1. When these numbers are multiplied, (6 × 103) (5 × 105), the result is

2.  A. 3 × 108 B. 30 × 108 C. 300 × 109 D. 3,000 × 107   3. Resistance is measured in

4.  A. henries B. ohms C. hertz D. watts   5. The number 65,000 expressed in scientific notation as a number between 1 and 10 times a power of ten is

6.  A. 0.65 × 104 B. 6.5 × 104 C. 65 × 104 D. 650 × 103   7. When converting 7,000 nA to microamperes, the result is

8.  A. 0.007 µA B. 0.7 µA C. 700 µA D. 7 µA   9. The number of kilowatts in 135 milliwatts is

10.  A. 1.35 × 10–4 kW B. 135 × 10–3 kW C. 0.0135 kW D. 0.00135 kW   11. The number 4.4 × 106 ohms expressed using a metric prefix is

12.  A. 4 k B. 4.4 k C. 4 M D. 4.4 M   13. The number of microamperes in 2 milliamperes is

14.  A. 2 µA B. 20 µA C. 200 µA D. 2,000 µA   15. The number of millivolts in 0.06 kilovolts is

16.  A. 600 V B. 6,000 mV C. 60,000 mV D. 600,000 mV   17. Eighteen thousand watts is the same as

18.  A. 18 mW B. 18 MW C. 18 kW D. 18 µW   19. The number 3.2 × 10–5 A expressed using a metric prefix is

20.  A. 32 µA B. 3.3 µA C. 320 mA D. 3,200 mA   