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Sample Practice Test Questions

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

Which engine stroke starts with the piston at top dead center?

intake stroke

The four-stroke piston cycle of internal combustion engines starts with the piston at top of the cylinder head (top dead center or TDC) during the intake stroke. The piston moves downward in the cylinder creating a vacuum that pulls an air-fuel mix into the combustion chamber through the now open intake valve.

Math Knowledge

The formula for the area of a circle is which of the following?

a = π r2

The circumference of a circle is the distance around its perimeter and equals π (approx. 3.14159) x diameter: c = π d. The area of a circle is π x (radius)2 : a = π r2.

Math Knowledge
73°

If angle a = 68° and angle b = 39° what is the length of angle c?

73°

The sum of the interior angles of a triangle is 180°:
180° = a° + b° + c°
c° = 180° - a° - b°
c° = 180° - 68° - 39° = 73°

Automotive Information

What links each piston to the engine's crankshaft?

connecting rod

A connecting rod employs a wrist pin to link each piston to the engine's crankshaft.

Electronics Information

General current flow in a transistor is from __________ to __________.

collector, emitter

The transistor is the foundation of modern electronic devices. It is made entirely from semiconductor material (making it a solid state device) and can serve many different functions in a circuit including acting as a switch, amplifier, or current regulator. A transistor works by allowing a small amount of current applied at the base to control general current flow from collector to emitter through the transistor.

Automotive Information

What combines the suspension spring and shock absorber into one unit?

strut

Because a compressed spring will ex­tend violently, shock absorbers must be used to dampen the spring’s compression and extension cycles. Struts combine the spring and shock into one unit

Mechanical Comprehension
1.2 If the radius of the axle is 5 and the radius of the wheel is 6, what is the mechanical advantage of this wheel and axle configuration?
1.2

The mechanical advantage of a wheel and axle is the input radius divided by the output radius:

MA = \( \frac{r_i}{r_o} \)

In this case, the input radius (where the effort force is being applied) is 6 and the output radius (where the resistance is being applied) is 5 for a mechanical advantage of \( \frac{6}{5} \) = 1.2

Mechanical Comprehension

Which of the following will increase the mechanical advantage of a second-class lever?

move the object being lifted closer to the fulcrum

A second-class lever is used to increase force on an object in the same direction as the force is applied. This lever requires a smaller force to lift a larger load but the force must be applied over a greater distance. The fulcrum is placed at one end of the lever and mechanical advantage increases as the object being lifted is moved closer to the fulcrum or the length of the lever is increased. An example of a second-class lever is a wheelbarrow.

General Science

All surface water is part of the:

hydrosphere

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).