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Sample Practice Test Questions

Automotive Information

An overcooled engine:

is less efficient

An overcooled engine is less efficient. During the power stroke, combustion heat pushes down the piston. If too much of this heat is lost to the cooling system, the fuel might not combust completely and contaminate the engine's lubricating oil diminishing its lubricating ability. Incomplete combustion of fuel also negatively affects the engine's fuel efficiency and power output.

Word Knowledge
The statesman extolled the ambassador who single–handedly negotiated the peace treaty.
glorify
To praise highly.
Mechanical Comprehension

The mechanical advantage of a block and tackle is equal to which of the following?

the number of pulleys

Two or more pulleys used together constitute a block and tackle which, unlike a fixed pulley, does impart mechanical advantage as a function of the number of pulleys that make up the arrangement.  So, for example, a block and tackle with three pulleys would have a mechanical advantage of three.

Shop Information

You're creating a tube out of a sheet of metal. What type of fastener are you likely to use?

rivet

A nail is a short pin-shaped shaft of steel that's typically used to fasten pieces of wood together. It has a flat head on one end and a point on the other. A rivet consists of a cylindrical shaft with a head on one end and a tail on the other. When the rivet is installed, the tail is expanded and reshaped to form another head, creating a dumbell shape that will hold two surfaces together semi-permanently.

Shop Information

Which type of screwdriver has a straight slot in the top?

slotted

Screwdrivers come in many different handle, shaft, and tip configurations for use in a wide variety of applications. Screwdrivers are classified by their tip which is shaped to fit a corresponding screw head. Common tips are slotted (flat) and Phillips (x-shaped).

Word Knowledge
Methodical most nearly means:
systematic
Performed in an orderly manner.
Word Knowledge
Flourish most nearly means:
brandish
To make bold, sweeping gestures.
General Science

Which of the following is not true of light waves?

are mechanical waves

Unlike mechanical sound waves that require a physical medium for propagation, light waves are electromagnetic and can travel through empty space. Light waves are also much faster, travelling at 186,000 m/s vs. 343 m/s for sound waves.

General Science

The biosphere consists of which of the following?

all of these

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).

Mechanical Comprehension

When it comes to force, mass and acceleration have what kind of relationship?

linear

Newton's Second Law of Motion states that "The acceleration of an object as produced by a net force is directly proportional to the magnitude of the net force, in the same direction as the net force, and inversely proportional to the mass of the object." This Law describes the linear relationship between mass and acceleration when it comes to force and leads to the formula F = ma or force equals mass multiplied by rate of acceleration.