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Sample Practice Test Questions

General Science

Which of the following does not represent the freezing point of water?

0°F

The Fahrenheit scale fixes the freezing point of water at 32°F, the Celsuis scale at 0°C, and the Kelvin scale at 273K.

Math Knowledge

Factor y2 - 4y - 32

(y - 8)(y + 4)

To factor a quadratic expression, apply the FOIL method (First, Outside, Inside, Last) in reverse. First, find the two Last terms that will multiply to produce -32 as well and sum (Inside, Outside) to equal -4. For this problem, those two numbers are -8 and 4. Then, plug these into a set of binomials using the square root of the First variable (y2):

y2 - 4y - 32
y2 + (-8 + 4)y + (-8 x 4)
(y - 8)(y + 4)

Electronics Information

The electrical potential difference between two points is called:

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

Antigens are found on the outside of which blood cells?

red

Blood is categorized into four different types (A, B, AB, and O) based on the type of antigens found on the outside of the red blood cells. Additionally, each type can be negative or positive based on whether or not the cells have an antigen called the Rh factor.

Automotive Information

Ignition timing defines the point in time at the end of the compression stroke that which of the following happens?

spark plugs fire

Ignition timing defines the point in time at the end of the compression stroke that the spark plug fires. Measured in number of degrees before top dead center (BTDC), the exact point that the spark plugs initiate combustion varies depending on the speed of the engine. The timing is advanced (the spark plugs fire a few more degrees BTDC) when the engine is running faster and retarded when it's running slower.

Shop Information

What is a caliper used for?

transferring distances between objects

Calipers are similar to micrometers in shape but instead of measuring distances, calipers are used to transfer distances between objects. An outside caliper is used to transfer outside dimensions while an inside caliper is used to transfer inside distances. A vernier caliper is an extremely precise caliper (down to \({1 \over 1000}\) inch) that allows measuring / transferring either inside or outside dimensions.

General Science

The crust and upper mantle of the earth is called the:

lithosphere

The biosphere is the global ecological system integrating all living beings and their relationships. This includes their interactions with the lithosphere (the rigid outer part of the earth, consisting of the crust and upper mantle), hydrosphere (all surface water), and atmosphere (the envelope of gases surrounding the planet).

Electronics Information

The voltage output of a transformer primarily depends on which of the following?

the number of turns in the wire of the coils

A transformer utilizes an inductor to increase or decrease the voltage in a circuit. AC flowing in a coil wrapped around an iron core magnetizes the core causing it to produce a magnetic field. This magnetic field generates a voltage in a nearby coil of wire and, depending on the number of turns in the wire of the primary (source) and secondary coils and their proximity, voltage is induced in the secondary coil.

General Science

Reproductive haploids are also known as:

gametes

Reproductive (haploid) cells known as gametes have half as many (23) pairs of chromosomes as normal (diploid) cells. When the male gamete (sperm) combines with the female gamete (ovum) through meiosis to form a zygote, each gamete supplies half the chromosomes needed to form the normal diploid cells.

General Science

What part of the brain is responsible for for balance, movement, and muscle coordination?

cerebellum

The cerebellum is a large cluster of nerves at the base of the brain that's responsible for balance, movement, and muscle coordination.