Take our free ASVAB Electronics Information Practice Test. This test consists of 16 questions which must be completed within 8 minutes. This section of the ASVAB is designed to test your knowledge of electronics, electricity, electrical components, circuits, and electric formulas. Start your test prep right now with our Electronics Information ASVAB questions.
Electrical power can be calculated with the following formula:
P = I × V
What does the letter I represent in this formula?
What is the load in this basic circuit model?
Three amps equals how many milliamps?
3 × 1,000 = 3,000
What type of electrical circuit is depicted below?
What device would you use to measure electrical resistance in a circuit.
Which of the following is NOT a type of resistor?
Which of these electrical devices can be used to store an electric charge?
What does this symbol refer to?
The amount of energy used by a consumer in their home or business is typically measured in
AM radio stations broadcast in which frequency range?
If a circuit has a voltage of 8 volts and 4 ohms of resistance, what will the current equal?
I = 8/4
I = 2
Which of the following is the correct definition of an electrical cell?
A method of grounding an electrical current to the ground.
A system of transporting current from one part of a component to another.
A device that is capable of changing some form of energy (such as chemical energy) into electricity.
An electrical device that can convert electric power into radio waves, and vice versa
What is the voltage in a circuit with 10 amps of current and 6 ohms of resistance?
V = 10 × 6
V = 60
The resistor color code for 2 is
• Black is 0
• Brown is 1
• Red is 2
• Orange is 3
• Yellow is 4
• Green is 5
• Blue is 6
• Violet is 7
• Gray is 8
• White is 9
What type of switch is pictured below?
double pull double throw
Which of the following is the SI unit representing one cycle per second?