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Sample Practice Test Questions

Math Knowledge

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


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

Mechanical Comprehension
What's the mechanical advantage of a wedge that's 3 inches wide and 12 inches long?

The mechanical advantage (MA) of a wedge is its length divided by its thickness:

MA = \( \frac{l}{t} \) = \( \frac{12 in.}{3 in.} \) = 4

Word Knowledge
The turpitude of the villain in the movie offended most audiences.
Essential baseness, depravity.
Math Knowledge

When two lines intersect, adjacent angles are __________ (they add up to 180°) and angles across from either other are __________ (they're equal).

supplementary, vertical

Angles around a line add up to 180°. Angles around a point add up to 360°. When two lines intersect, adjacent angles are supplementary (they add up to 180°) and angles across from either other are vertical (they're equal).

Word Knowledge
Camaraderie most nearly means:
Spirit of friendship.
Word Knowledge
Epistolary most nearly means:
Contained or carried on in letters.
Automotive Information

Which of these is not necessary for combustion?


Combustion is the burning of an air-fuel mixture to provide energy. It requires the presence of air, fuel, and a heat source to ignite the air-fuel mixture. In the internal combustion engine that powers automobiles and trucks the combustion happens inside the engine utilzing a fuel like gasoline, diesel fuel, or natural gas.

Mechanical Comprehension
48.89 lbs. If A = 10 ft., B = 1 ft., C = 9 ft., the green box weighs 50 lbs. and the blue box weighs 60 lbs., what does the orange box have to weigh for this lever to balance?
48.89 lbs.
In order for this lever to balance, the torque acting on each side of the fulrum must be equal. So, the torque produced by A must equal the torque produced by B and C. Torque is weight x distance from the fulcrum which means that the following must be true for the lever to balance:

fAdA = fBdB + fCdC

For this problem, this equation becomes:

50 lbs. x 10 ft. = 60 lbs. x 1 ft. + fC x 9 ft.

500 ft. lbs. = 60 ft. lbs. + fC x 9 ft.

fC = \( \frac{500 ft. lbs. - 60 ft. lbs.}{9 ft.} \) = \( \frac{440 ft. lbs.}{9 ft.} \) = 48.89 lbs.

General Science

The __________ nervous system controls voluntary actions.


Part of the peripheral nervous system, the somatic nervous system is made up of nerve fibers that send sensory information to the central nervous system and control voluntary actions.

General Science

Which of Earth's layers has weather?


The Earth's atmosphere has several layers starting with the troposphere which is closest in proximity to the surface. Containing most of the Earth's breathable air (oxygen and nitrogen), it's a region with warmer temperatures closer to the surface and cooler temperatures farther away which results in the rising and falling air that generates weather.