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Sample Practice Test Questions

Shop Information

A joint created by welding is __________ the original metal.

as strong or stronger than

The joint created by welding is as strong or stronger than the original metal.

Automotive Information

Which of the following is not an advantage that disc brakes have over drum brakes?

use less brake fluid

Brakes utlize friction to slow vehicle tires. Drum brakes employ a cast iron drum that roates with the vehicle axle. When hydraulic pressure is applied to the brake assemblies at the wheels, internal pistons expand and push brake shoes outward into contact with the brake drum slowing the rotation of the axle. More powerful disc brakes operate by pinching a rotating disc betweeen two brake pads and allow for a larger surface area to contact the disc, provide more force, and are more easily cooled.

Word Knowledge
Obnoxious most nearly means:
objectionable
Highly offensive.
Word Knowledge
Some consider Clint Eastwood the greatest extant American director.
living
Currently existing.
Word Knowledge
It was incumbent on Jack to attend his father's retirement party.
oblilgatory
Necessary as a duty or responsibility.
General Science

Blood pressure is generally highest in which of the following?

arteries

Arteries are thick-walled because they carry oxygenated blood at high pressure, veins are comparatively thin-walled as they carry low-pressure deoxygenated blood.

Electronics Information

The volt is a unit of measurement for:

voltage

Voltage (V) is the electrical potential difference between two points. Electrons will flow as current from areas of high potential (concentration of electrons) to areas of low potential. Voltage and current are directly proportional in that the higher the voltage applied to a conductor the higher the current that will result.

General Science

The energy posessed by a thrown baseball is an example of what kind of energy?

kinetic

Kinetic energy is the energy posessed by a moving object. Potential energy is stored energy in a stationary object based on its location, position, shape, or state.

Electronics Information

Which of the following will increase the magnetic field produced by the electric current in a wire?

wind the wire into a coil

A moving electric current produces a magnetic field proportional to the amount of current flow. This magnetic field can be made stronger by winding the wire into a coil and further enhanced if done around an iron containing (ferrous) core.

Mechanical Comprehension

Which of the following represents how much two materials resist sliding across each other?

coefficient of friction

Coefficient of friction (μ) represents how much two materials resist sliding across each other.  Smooth surfaces like ice have low coefficients of friction while rough surfaces like concrete have high μ.