The two types of resistors are metallic and nonmetallic.
Correct. Metallic and nonmetallic are the two types of resistors. Now there are three classifications of
resistors. They are fixed, tapped, and variable resistors. Remember, now, these are classifications of resistors.
Don't get them confused with the types of resistors. OK, let's go into the classifications one at a time. The first
one is the fixed resistor. This is the most common classification. It can be either of the two types. When it is
manufactured, it is made for one value of resistance, which cannot be changed. Below are two examples of fixed
resistors and the electrical (schematic) symbol for a fixed resistor.
Pick the correct statement.
There are two types and three classifications
There are three types and two classifications