Wrong. We just said that resistors may be small in size-- one inch in length and 1/4 inch in diameter, yet
range in resistance from less than one ohm to more than several million ohms. The physical size of a resistor has
a lot to do with the power rating, (which we'll go into later), but practically nothing to do with the amount of
resistance. Go back to Page 1-7A and choose the correct answer.
Fixed, tapped, and metallic.
Not so. Fixed and tapped are two classifications of resistors but metallic is a type of resistor. The two
types of resistors were metallic and nonmetallic, and the three classifications of resistors, along with the
schematic symbol for each, are listed below.
Go back to Page 1-24A and choose the correct answer.