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# Construction Questions - All Grades

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Continuing Education Construction
The part of a pulley that provides the surface on which the sheave spins.
1. side plate
2. becket
3. axel (pin)
4. bearing
5. sheave
Continuing Education Construction
A type of soft rope grab used in hauling systems (a type of friction knot.)
1. double pulley
2. figure 8 knot
3. figure-8 descender
4. Gibbs ascender
5. prusik hitch
Continuing Education Construction
By what procedure do you determine optimum moisture and maximum dry density, if you fall between two lines, on the family of curves chart?
1. extrapolation
2. interpolation
3. numerical analysis
4. polynomial interpolation
Continuing Education Construction
Select the plastic that would be used for making electrical fittings.
1. Acrylic
2. Urea Formaldehyde
3. Epoxy resin
4. Polypropylene
The way that something is made, built or constructed is called its             structure
The opposite of horizontal or straight up and down is said to be            vertical
Continuing Education Construction
In a M/A system, the pulley that creates the mechanical advantage is?
1. fixed (directional) pulley
2. moving (traveling) pulley
Continuing Education Construction
The cam (press) of a Gibbs mechanical rope grab does what?
1. Grabs the rope by pressing it into the shell.
2. Attaches the cam (press) to the shell.
3. Is the casing of the device through which the rope passes.
Continuing Education Construction
A progress capturing device is another name we can call a mechanical (Gibbs) or soft rope grab (prusik hitch) when it is holding the load in place when the haul line has been released.
1. True
2. False
Continuing Education Construction
The term 'tensile strength' refers to the amount of tensile (stretching) stress a material can withstand before breaking or failing.
1. True
2. False
Continuing Education Construction
The fittings used to secure a watertight door are known as                .
1. clasps
2. clamps
3. dogs
4. latches
Continuing Education Construction
In a 4:1 piggy back system, the moving (traveling) pulleys create mechanical advantage in the system.
1. True
2. False
Continuing Education Construction
Medical air compressor supply sources are not allowed to be located in the same room with:
1. Manifolds for Gas Cylinders with or without a Reserve Supply
2. Waste Anesthetic Gas Disposal (WAGD) Sources
3. Medical-Surgical Vacuum Sources
4. Both B & C
Continuing Education Construction
Cylinders mistakenly marked may use adapters to serve a specific gas, after the contents of the cylinder have been verified by the supplier.
1. True
2. False
Continuing Education Construction
Any point with a room that is within 15 feet of oxygen equipment, or an enclosure containing, or intended to contain, an oxygen-enriched atmosphere, is considered:
1. Critical Care Area
2. Anesthetizing Location
4. Ambient Atmosphere
Continuing Education Construction
Air gap in a drainage system is the unobstructed vertical distance through the free atmosphere between the outlet of the waste pipe and the flood level rim of the receptor into which it is discharging.
1. True
2. False
Continuing Education Construction
Air break is a pipe arrangement in which a drain from a fixture,appliance or device discharges in drectly into a fixture receptor,or interceptor at a point below the flood level rim of the receptor
1. True
2. False
Continuing Education Construction
If a 200 lb. load is being lifted using a 4:1 block and tackle system, each line of the system will be holding how much weight?
1. 25 lbs
2. 50 lbs
3. 200 lbs
4. 100 lbs
Continuing Education Construction
You found damage to the lift's bucket (platform); there is a small crack through the fiberglass on one of the mounting ribs of the bucket. Should this bucket be repaired or replaced?
1. Bucket should be repaired
2. Bucket is fine for light tree trimmer
3. Bucket must be replaced
Continuing Education Construction
When calculating the mechanical advantage gained in a simple M/A system...
1. You add the total number of lines attached to or leaving the load.
2. You count the number of ropes involved in the system.
3. You count the number of pulleys in the system.
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