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Sample Practice Test Questions

Word Knowledge
Fickle most nearly means:
erratic
Lacking constancy, changeable.
Mechanical Comprehension

A wedge is most similar to what other type of simple machine?

inclined plane

The wedge is a moving inclined plane that is used to lift, hold, or break apart an object. A wedge converts force applied to its blunt end into force perpendicular to its inclined surface. In contrast to a stationary plane where force is applied to the object being moved, with a wedge the object is stationary and the force is being applied to the plane. Examples of a wedge include knives and chisels.

Word Knowledge
Archaic most nearly means:
antiquated
Characteristic of an earlier time.
General Science

Which of the following is true about species groups?

a community is made up of a group of populations

population is a group of organisms of the same species who live in the same area at the same time. A community is a group of populations living and interacting with each other in an area.

General Science

Molecules and atoms that are outputs from a chemical reaction are known as which of the following?

products

During a chemical reaction molecules and atoms (reactants) are rearranged into new combinations that result in new kinds of atoms or molecules (products).

Word Knowledge
The executive was fired for his flagrant abuse of the company expense account.
glaring
Noticeably offensive.
Word Knowledge
Fidelity most nearly means:
loyalty
State of being faithful.
Word Knowledge
Dubious most nearly means:
suspect
Questionable.
General Science

Neurons are part of the __________ nervous system.

peripheral

The nervous system consists of the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system) and the peripheral nervous system which is the network of nerve cells (neurons) that collect and distribute signals from the central nervous system throughout the body.

Shop Information

Which of the following nuts provide appendages that allow tightening and loosening by hand?

wing

Wrenches are used with threaded fasteners like bolts and nuts. A bolt has external threads while a nut has internal threads and this thread pattern combination allows them to lock together and act as fasteners. Nuts come in a variety of configurations including wing nuts which provide appendages that allow tightening and loosening by hand, slotted nuts that use a cotter pin to lock the nut in place and prevent it from loosening, and lock nuts that also prevent loosening via nylon in their threads. Threads are identified by pitch which is the number of threads per inch.