Answer for frame 11: (2) check each or every input
12. Just the opposite from a convergent type of signal flow path is the
DIVERGENT type of signal flow path. Figure 18 shows a typical divergent
equipment is an excellent example of a divergent type of signal flow path
(refer to figure 16, page 111). To check for the proper operation of a
divergent stage, check any output for a normal indication
The type of signal flow path which has one input and more than one output
is called a type. To troubleshoot this type of signal flow path, a
troubleshooter should check any for a normal indication.
Answers for frame 12: divergent, output
13. Label the types of signal flow paths shown below, and briefly state the
general rule to follow when troubleshooting each of them.