Q.1
• a) True
• b) False
Q.2
• a) Infinite
• b) 0
• c) -Infinite
• d) Undefined
Q.3
• a) 1
• b) 0
• c) Infinite
• d) 2
Q.4
• a) 1/100
• b) s/100
• c) 1/100s
• d) Error
Q.5
What is the output of the following code? step(impulse(1,[1 0]))
• a) A ramp function
• b) A parabolic function
• c) A step function
• d) Error
Q.6
• a) 100
• b) 0
• c) 1
• d) Error
Q.7
Which of the following command gives the step response characteristics of a control system?
• a) stepinf()
• b) stepinfo()
• c) stepinfo[]
• d) step()
Q.8
Which of the following command generates the impulse response of a system which has more zeros than poles?
• a) impulse()
• b) impulse[]
• c) impulse{}
• d) No such command
Q.9
Which of the following command generates the transfer function of a system?
• a) tf()
• b) tf[]
• c) tf{}
• d) No such command
Q.10
What is the output of the following code? step([1],[1 0 0])
• a) A parabola
• b) A ramp function
• c) A step function
• d) An impulse function
Q.11
The time constant of a system is ________
• a) equal to the damping constant
• b) inverse of the damping constant
• c) twice the damping constant
• d) half of the damping constant
Q.12
• a) Increases
• b) Decreases
• c) Doubles
• d) Halves
Q.13
The settling time is a measure of _________
• a) The speed of reaching stead state
• b) The speed of reaching maximum overshoot
• c) The speed of reaching second overshoot
• d) Nothing
Q.14
If the poles of a system transfer function are equal and imaginary, the system is ________
• a) Undamped
• b) Critically damped
• c) Overdamped
• d) Negatively damped
Q.15
• a) True
• b) False