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Title: Core Review 2012-2013 04


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Core Review 2012-2013 04
2
If you are going to step off a ladder onto a
platform or roof, the top of the ladder should
extend at least__feet above the point where the
ladder touches the platform or roof.
  • 4
  • 3
  • 2
  • 5

3
If you are going to step off a ladder onto a
platform or roof, the top of the ladder should
extend at least__feet above the point where the
ladder touches the platform or roof.
  • 4
  • 3
  • 2
  • 5

4
The color of the oxygen hose is__
  1. White
  2. Yellow
  3. Red
  4. Green

5
The color of the oxygen hose is__
  1. White
  2. Yellow
  3. Red
  4. Green

6
There are ____ categories of on-the-job events.
  1. Three
  2. Two
  3. Four
  4. Five

7
There are ____ categories of on-the-job events.
  1. Three
  2. Two
  3. Four
  4. Five

8
A red barricade in a work area indicates danger
from ___
  1. Radiation in the air
  2. Falling objects or a load of suspended over an
    area
  3. Physical hazards such as bumping into equipment
  4. Loose debris on the ground

9
A red barricade in a work area indicates danger
from ___
  1. Radiation in the air
  2. Falling objects or a load of suspended over an
    area
  3. Physical hazards such as bumping into equipment
  4. Loose debris on the ground

10
Flash burns can cause serious eye damage. Never
wear___when welding.
  1. A watch
  2. Jewelry
  3. Contact lenses
  4. glasses

11
Flash burns can cause serious eye damage. Never
wear___when welding.
  1. A watch
  2. Jewelry
  3. Contact lenses
  4. glasses

12
The ultimate responsibility for on-the-job safety
rests with___
  1. Your supervisor
  2. OSHA
  3. You
  4. Human resources

13
The ultimate responsibility for on-the-job safety
rests with___
  1. Your supervisor
  2. OSHA
  3. You
  4. Human resources

14
Most hard hats are now made of ___.
  1. Metal
  2. Fiberglass
  3. Teflon
  4. vinyl

15
Most hard hats are now made of ___.
  1. Metal
  2. Fiberglass
  3. Teflon
  4. vinyl

16
A type of IA ladder is rated for___ use
  1. 300 lbs., extra duty /professional
  2. 225 lbs., medium duty/ commercial
  3. 200 lbs., light duty/ household
  4. 250 lbs., heavy duty / industrial

17
A type of IA ladder is rated for___ use
  1. 300 lbs., extra duty /professional
  2. 225 lbs., medium duty/ commercial
  3. 200 lbs., light duty/ household
  4. 250 lbs., heavy duty / industrial

18
Work that takes place near a hazard but not in
direct contact with it is called __ work.
  1. Proximity
  2. Near contact
  3. Extra caution
  4. Hazardous

19
Work that takes place near a hazard but not in
direct contact with it is called __ work.
  1. Proximity
  2. Near contact
  3. Extra caution
  4. Hazardous

20
To prevent ear infections ,clean your ear plugs
regularly with__.
  1. Alcohol
  2. Soap and water
  3. Mineral spirits
  4. Soft cloth

21
To prevent ear infections ,clean your ear plugs
regularly with__.
  1. Alcohol
  2. Soap and water
  3. Mineral spirits
  4. Soft cloth

22
The lanyard on a safety harness must be short
enough to prevent you from falling more than __.
  1. 9
  2. 6
  3. 7
  4. 8

23
The lanyard on a safety harness must be short
enough to prevent you from falling more than __.
  1. 9
  2. 6
  3. 7
  4. 8

24
Because heating and cutting metals can create
more than ___ , always perform cutting operations
in a well- ventilated area.
  1. Galvanized brass
  2. Toxic fumes
  3. Slag
  4. Oxyfuel

25
Because heating and cutting metals can create
more than ___ , always perform cutting operations
in a well- ventilated area.
  1. Galvanized brass
  2. Toxic fumes
  3. Slag
  4. Oxyfuel

26
Yellow signs with a black panel with yellow
letters are __ signs.
  1. Caution
  2. Informational
  3. Safety
  4. Danger

27
Yellow signs with a black panel with yellow
letters are __ signs.
  1. Caution
  2. Informational
  3. Safety
  4. Danger

28
Every electrical cord should have a __ label
attached to it.
  1. Voltage
  2. UL
  3. Wattage
  4. Gfci

29
Every electrical cord should have a __ label
attached to it.
  1. Voltage
  2. UL
  3. Wattage
  4. Gfci

30
To protect against a brief exposure from gas or
fumes, use ___.
  1. Supplied air mask
  2. Half mask, or mouth piece with mechanical filter
  3. Full face piece with chemical canister
  4. Self-contained breathing apparatus

31
To protect against a brief exposure from gas or
fumes, use ___.
  1. Supplied air mask
  2. Half mask, or mouth piece with mechanical filter
  3. Full face piece with chemical canister
  4. Self-contained breathing apparatus

32
Someone who has the knowledge and experience to
handle problems is a ___ person.
  1. Competent
  2. Eligible
  3. Proficient
  4. Qualified

33
Someone who has the knowledge and experience to
handle problems is a ___ person.
  1. Competent
  2. Eligible
  3. Proficient
  4. Qualified

34
The highest safe standing level on a extension
ladder is the ___ rung from the top.
  1. Fourth
  2. Fifth
  3. Second
  4. Third

35
The highest safe standing level on a extension
ladder is the ___ rung from the top.
  1. Fourth
  2. Fifth
  3. Second
  4. Third

36
You must check three things before and during
welding operations hoses, regulators, and ___.
  1. Nozzles
  2. Respirators
  3. The wind direction
  4. The work area

37
You must check three things before and during
welding operations hoses, regulators, and ___.
  1. Nozzles
  2. Respirators
  3. The wind direction
  4. The work area

38
In welding, the ___ containing oxygen and
acetelyne must be stored upright and separated by
metal
  1. Nozzles
  2. Protective caps
  3. Respirators
  4. Cylinders

39
In welding, the ___ containing oxygen and
acetelyne must be stored upright and separated by
metal
  1. Nozzles
  2. Protective caps
  3. Respirators
  4. Cylinders

40
Heat is anything that will raise the fuels
temperatures to the __ point.
  1. Vapor
  2. Burn
  3. Arc
  4. flash

41
Heat is anything that will raise the fuels
temperatures to the __ point.
  1. Vapor
  2. Burn
  3. Arc
  4. flash

42
Poor housekeeping, excessive noise , and
inadequate guards are ___.
  1. Justifiable conditions
  2. Unsafe conditions
  3. Unsafe acts
  4. Acceptable risks

43
Poor housekeeping, excessive noise , and
inadequate guards are ___.
  1. Justifiable conditions
  2. Unsafe conditions
  3. Unsafe acts
  4. Acceptable risks

44
If an electrical current cannot complete its
circuit, it will try to go to ___.
  1. Water
  2. Ground
  3. Air
  4. Metal

45
If an electrical current cannot complete its
circuit, it will try to go to ___.
  1. Water
  2. Ground
  3. Air
  4. Metal

46
Always use a friction striker to light a ___.
  1. Cutting torch
  2. Galvanized surface
  3. Flame-cutting outfit
  4. Flame cutter

47
Always use a friction striker to light a ___.
  1. Cutting torch
  2. Galvanized surface
  3. Flame-cutting outfit
  4. Flame cutter

48
One of the most common safety grounding systems
used to protect you from accidental electrical
shock is the __ system.
  1. Five-wire
  2. Four-wire
  3. Two-wire
  4. Three-wire

49
One of the most common safety grounding systems
used to protect you from accidental electrical
shock is the __ system.
  1. Five-wire
  2. Four-wire
  3. Two-wire
  4. Three-wire

50
A ___ / tagout system protects workers from
hazardous energy while they work with machines
and equipment
  1. Disconnect
  2. Lockout
  3. De-energized
  4. lockdown

51
A ___ / tagout system protects workers from
hazardous energy while they work with machines
and equipment
  1. Disconnect
  2. Lockout
  3. De-energized
  4. lockdown

52
You must never___ your personal protective
equipment.
  1. Maintain
  2. Clean or buff
  3. Inspect
  4. Alter or modify

53
You must never___ your personal protective
equipment.
  1. Maintain
  2. Clean or buff
  3. Inspect
  4. Alter or modify

54
Post and chain, steel cable, and ___ are
acceptable for a protective barricade.
  1. Rope
  2. Wooden rails
  3. Yellow tape
  4. Plastic barrels

55
Post and chain, steel cable, and ___ are
acceptable for a protective barricade.
  1. Rope
  2. Wooden rails
  3. Yellow tape
  4. Plastic barrels

56
Every shipment of a hazardous substance must be
accompanied by a(n), which must be made available
on the job site.
  1. PPE
  2. ANSI
  3. SCBA
  4. MSDS

57
Every shipment of a hazardous substance must be
accompanied by a(n), which must be made available
on the job site.
  1. PPE
  2. ANSI
  3. SCBA
  4. MSDS

58
Never remove the tags from a fire extinguisher.
These tags show ___
  1. The manufacturer of the extinguisher
  2. Who maintains the fire extinguisher
  3. When the fire extinguisher was purchased
  4. When the fire extinguisher was last serviced and
    inspected.

59
Never remove the tags from a fire extinguisher.
These tags show ___
  1. The manufacturer of the fire extinguisher
  2. Who maintains the fire extinguisher
  3. When the fire extinguisher was purchased
  4. When the fire extinguisher was last serviced and
    inspected.

60
One basic job site electrical safety guideline is
to use only a ___ for plugs.
  1. GFCI
  2. Splice
  3. Switch
  4. Concealed receptacle

61
One basic job site electrical safety guideline is
to use only a ___ for plugs.
  1. GFCI
  2. Splice
  3. Switch
  4. Concealed receptacle

62
Effective speech is even more important with
telephone calls because
  1. There may be background noise
  2. You cannnot see the person or their reactions
  3. Your teammates may be listening
  4. The person may not hear you clearly

63
Effective speech is even more important with
telephone calls because
  1. There may be background noise
  2. You cannot see the person or their reactions
  3. Your teammates may be listening
  4. The person may not hear you clearly

64
More words automatically mean better writing
  1. True
  2. false

65
More words automatically mean better writing
  1. True
  2. false

66
Instructions or steps for procedures are easier
to remember if you ___.
  1. Memorize each step
  2. Imagine yourself performing the task
  3. Read the text out loud
  4. Watch someone do it after you read the text

67
Instructions or steps for procedures are easier
to remember if you ___.
  1. Memorize each step
  2. Imagine yourself performing the task
  3. Read the text out loud
  4. Watch someone do it after you read the text

68
One of the best ways to improve your speaking
skills is to ___.
  1. Take many notes
  2. Tell jokes constantly
  3. Listen to someone who speaks well
  4. Listen to everyone around you

69
One of the best ways to improve your speaking
skills is to ___.
  1. Take many notes
  2. Tell jokes constantly
  3. Listen to someone who speaks well
  4. Listen to everyone around you

70
An appendix is a(n) ___.
  1. Alphabetical listing of terms and definitions
    used in a book
  2. Alphabetical listing of topics with corresponding
    page numbers
  3. Graphic summary of important facts an figures
  4. Source of additional information placed at the
    end of a section, chapter, or book

71
An appendix is a(n) ___.
  1. Alphabetical listing of terms and definitions
    used in a book
  2. Alphabetical listing of topics with corresponding
    page numbers
  3. Graphic summary of important facts an figures
  4. Source of additional information placed at the
    end of a section, chapter, or book

72
Verbal communication is the skill of ___.
  1. Thinking and comprehending
  2. Being on time
  3. Speaking and listening
  4. Filling out reports

73
Verbal communication is the skill of ___.
  1. Thinking and comprehending
  2. Being on time
  3. Speaking and listening
  4. Filling out reports

74
When making a telephone call, you should first___.
  1. Identify yourself
  2. Ask to whom you are speaking
  3. Take notes of the conversation
  4. Explain the purpose of your call

75
When making a telephone call, you should first___.
  1. Identify yourself
  2. Ask to whom you are speaking
  3. Take notes of the conversation
  4. Explain the purpose of your call

76
A punch list___.
  1. Identifies deficiencies requiring correction at a
    completion
  2. Includes the definitions of words from a book
  3. Provides and alphabetical listing of site
    materials
  4. Provides a summary of the project

77
A punch list___.
  1. Identifies deficiencies requiring correction at a
    completion
  2. Includes the definitions of words from a book
  3. Provides and alphabetical listing of site
    materials
  4. Provides a summary of the project

78
One way to highlight information in a paragraph
is to put it in a(n)___.
  1. Bulleted list
  2. Glossary
  3. Appendix
  4. index

79
One way to highlight information in a paragraph
is to put it in a(n)___.
  1. Bulleted list
  2. Glossary
  3. Appendix
  4. index

80
Real listening is the process of ___ what someone
has said not just hearing it.
  1. Recording
  2. Repeating
  3. Summarizing
  4. understanding

81
Real listening is the process of ___ what someone
has said not just hearing it.
  1. Recording
  2. Repeating
  3. Summarizing
  4. understanding

82
Identifying options and alternatives is an
important part of ____.
  1. Critical thinking skills
  2. Developing an organizational chart
  3. Developing a financial plan
  4. Starting a business

83
Identifying options and alternatives is an
important part of ____.
  1. Critical thinking skills
  2. Developing an organizational chart
  3. Developing a financial plan
  4. Starting a business

84
Another term for PDA is a ___ computer
  1. Laptop
  2. Handheld
  3. Portable
  4. desktop

85
Another term for PDA is a ___ computer
  1. Laptop
  2. Handheld
  3. Portable
  4. desktop

86
When offering constructive criticism to a team
mate, you should never___.
  1. Criticize him or her in front of teammates or the
    supervisor
  2. Point out incorrect techniques the first time
    they occur
  3. Write down your criticisms
  4. Compliment him or her first

87
When offering constructive criticism to a team
mate, you should never___.
  1. Criticize him or her in front of teammates or the
    supervisor
  2. Point out incorrect techniques the first time
    they occur
  3. Write down your criticisms
  4. Compliment him or her first

88
The first step in resolving a conflict with your
teammates is to ___.
  1. Discuss possible solutions
  2. Allow everyone to describe the problem
  3. Admit to each other that there is a conflict
  4. Analyze and discuss the problem

89
The first step in resolving a conflict with your
teammates is to ___.
  1. Discuss possible solutions
  2. Allow everyone to describe the problem
  3. Admit to each other that there is a conflict
  4. Analyze and discuss the problem

90
The first step to solving a job-related problems
is to____.
  1. Choose a solution
  2. Define the problem
  3. Monitor the problem
  4. Analyze and discuss the problem

91
The first step to solving a job-related problems
is to____.
  1. Choose a solution
  2. Define the problem
  3. Monitor the problem
  4. Analyze and discuss the problem

92
One of the most common barriers to problem
solving is ___.
  1. Fear of failure
  2. Closed-mindedness
  3. Inability to communicate well
  4. Lack of motivation

93
One of the most common barriers to problem
solving is ___.
  1. Fear of failure
  2. Closed-mindedness
  3. Inability to communicate well
  4. Lack of motivation

94
Each of the following would be considered
company-confidential except_____.
  1. Your companys strategic plan
  2. Our companys address
  3. Employee salaries
  4. A contract bid

95
Each of the following would be considered
company-confidential except_____.
  1. Your companys strategic plan
  2. Our companys address
  3. Employee salaries
  4. A contract bid

96
Each of the following would be considered
company-confidential except_____.
  1. Your companys strategic plan
  2. Our companys address
  3. Employee salaries
  4. A contract bid

97
Printed text or pictures can be copied into an
electronic format using a ___
  1. Scanner
  2. Plotter
  3. Hard drive
  4. Monitor

98
Printed text or pictures can be copied into an
electronic format using a ___
  • Scanner
  • Plotter
  • C) Hard Drive
  • Monitor

99
Suppose you own your own construction business
and you want to create some brochures advertising
your business. You would use ____ software to do
this.
  1. Spreadsheet
  2. CAD
  3. Desktop publishing
  4. E-mail

100
Suppose you own your own construction business
and you want to create some brochures advertising
your business. You would use ____ software to do
this.
  1. Spreadsheet
  2. CAD
  3. Desktop publishing
  4. E-mail

101
Alcohol falls into the class of drugs called ___.
  1. Stimulants
  2. Amphetamines
  3. Barbiturates
  4. hallucinogens

102
Alcohol falls into the class of drugs called ___.
  1. Stimulants
  2. Amphetamines
  3. Barbiturates
  4. hallucinogens

103
Two of the most common problems supervisors face
on the job are ___ and ___.
  1. Gossiping sloppy work
  2. Unprofessional attitudes poor work ethics
  3. Dishonesty absenteeism
  4. Absenteeism lateness

104
Two of the most common problems supervisors face
on the job are ___ and ___.
  1. Gossiping sloppy work
  2. Unprofessional attitudes poor work ethics
  3. Dishonesty absenteeism
  4. Absenteeism lateness

105
Material inventories and employee information can
be stored on computer ___
  1. Menus
  2. Word processors
  3. Databases
  4. Browsers

106
Material inventories and employee information can
be stored on computer ___
  1. Menus
  2. Word processors
  3. Databases
  4. Browsers

107
What type of technology allows you to communicate
with other computers without using physical
connection
  1. Battery
  2. Robot
  3. Wireless
  4. electrical

108
What type of technology allows you to communicate
with other computers without using physical
connection
  1. Battery
  2. Robot
  3. Wireless
  4. electrical

109
Proper initiative means always acting on your own
  1. True
  2. false

110
Proper initiative means always acting on your own
  1. True
  2. false

111
Imagine you have a problem on your job site.
Following the firve step problem solving
procedure you choose a solution and implement it.
However your solution doesnt solve the problem
your next step should be to ____.
  1. Select another possible solution
  2. Consult the employee handbook
  3. Ask someone else to solve the problem
  4. Abandon your efforts

112
Imagine you have a problem on your job site.
Following the firve step problem solving
procedure you choose a solution and implement it.
However your solution doesnt solve the problem
your next step should be to ____.
  1. Select another possible solution
  2. Consult the employee handbook
  3. Ask someone else to solve the problem
  4. Abandon your efforts

113
The first step to starting a new business is to
___
  1. Establish a business philosophy
  2. Develop a marketing plan
  3. Evaluate the need for such a business
  4. Select a location for the business

114
The first step to starting a new business is to
___
  1. Establish a business philosophy
  2. Develop a marketing plan
  3. Evaluate the need for such a business
  4. Select a location for the business

115
The first step to starting a new business is to
___
  1. Establish a business philosophy
  2. Develop a marketing plan
  3. Evaluate the need for such a business
  4. Select a location for the business

116
A statement that explains how a company does
business is called a(n)___
  1. Employee handbook
  2. Company philosophy
  3. Mission statement
  4. Reference

117
A statement that explains how a company does
business is called a(n)___
  1. Employee handbook
  2. Company philosophy
  3. Mission statement
  4. Reference

118
Parts that cannot easily be handled by other
types of machines are cut and formed by ___.
  1. CADs
  2. PDAs
  3. CMCs
  4. EDMs

119
Parts that cannot easily be handled by other
types of machines are cut and formed by ___.
  1. CADs
  2. PDAs
  3. CMCs
  4. EDMs

120
Two of the most common problems supervisors face
on the job are ___ and ___.
  1. Gossiping sloppy work
  2. Unprofessional attitudes poor work ethics
  3. Dishonesty absenteeism
  4. Absenteeism lateness

121
Two of the most common problems supervisors face
on the job are ___ and ___.
  1. Gossiping sloppy work
  2. Unprofessional attitudes poor work ethics
  3. Dishonesty absenteeism
  4. Absenteeism lateness

122
Material inventories and employee information can
be stored on computer ___
  1. Menus
  2. Word processors
  3. Databases
  4. Browsers

123
Material inventories and employee information can
be stored on computer ___
  1. Menus
  2. Word processors
  3. Databases
  4. Browsers

124
Parts that cannot easily be handled by other
types of machines are cut and formed by ___.
  1. CADs
  2. PDAs
  3. CMCs
  4. EDMs

125
Parts that cannot easily be handled by other
types of machines are cut and formed by ___.
  1. CADs
  2. PDAs
  3. CMCs
  4. EDMs

126
Material inventories and employee information can
be stored on computer ___
  • Menus
  • Word processors
  • Databases
  • Browsers

127
Material inventories and employee information can
be stored on computer ___
  1. Menus
  2. Word processors
  3. Databases
  4. Browsers

128
Parts that cannot easily be handled by other
types of machines are cut and formed by ___.
  1. CADs
  2. PDAs
  3. CMCs
  4. EDMs

129
Parts that cannot easily be handled by other
types of machines are cut and formed by ___.
  1. CADs
  2. PDAs
  3. CMCs
  4. EDMs

130
What type of technology allows you to communicate
with other computers without using physical
connection
  1. Battery
  2. Robot
  3. Wireless
  4. electrical

131
What type of technology allows you to communicate
with other computers without using physical
connection
  1. Battery
  2. Robot
  3. Wireless
  4. electrical

132
Proper initiative means always acting on your own
  1. True
  2. false

133
Proper initiative means always acting on your own
  1. True
  2. false

134
Proper initiative means always acting on your own
  1. True
  2. false

135
Imagine you have a problem on your job site.
Following the firve step problem solving
procedure you choose a solution and implement it.
However your solution doesnt solve the problem
your next step should be to ____.
  1. Select another possible solution
  2. Consult the employee handbook
  3. Ask someone else to solve the problem
  4. Abandon your efforts

136
Imagine you have a problem on your job site.
Following the firve step problem solving
procedure you choose a solution and implement it.
However your solution doesnt solve the problem
your next step should be to ____.
  1. Select another possible solution
  2. Consult the employee handbook
  3. Ask someone else to solve the problem
  4. Abandon your efforts

137
The first step to starting a new business is to
___
  1. Establish a business philosophy
  2. Develop a marketing plan
  3. Evaluate the need for such a business
  4. Select a location for the business

138
The first step to starting a new business is to
___
  1. Establish a business philosophy
  2. Develop a marketing plan
  3. Evaluate the need for such a business
  4. Select a location for the business

139
A statement that explains how a company does
business is called a(n)___
  1. Employee handbook
  2. Company philosophy
  3. Mission statement
  4. Reference

140
A statement that explains how a company does
business is called a(n)___
  1. Employee handbook
  2. Company philosophy
  3. Mission statement
  4. Reference

141
If you have a conflict with your supervisor, you
should first ____ .
  1. Write down your thoughts
  2. Think about the cause of the conflict
  3. Leave a message for your supervisor
  4. Discuss it with your teammates

142
If you have a conflict with your supervisor, you
should first ____ .
  1. Write down your thoughts
  2. Think about the cause of the conflict
  3. Leave a message for your supervisor
  4. Discuss it with your teammates

143
The chips and circuits that enable a computer to
perform its functions are contained in the ___
  1. CD-rom
  2. CPU
  3. HVAC
  4. PDA

144
The chips and circuits that enable a computer to
perform its functions are contained in the ___
  1. CD-rom
  2. CPU
  3. HVAC
  4. PDA

145
A hand saw hat is used for rough cutting , such
as cutting access holes for piping and electrical
boxes, is commonly called a __ saw.
  1. Keyhole
  2. Back
  3. Dovetail
  4. Coping

146
A hand saw hat is used for rough cutting , such
as cutting access holes for piping and electrical
boxes, is commonly called a __ saw.
  1. Keyhole
  2. Back
  3. Dovetail
  4. Coping

147
Which of the following tasks is commonly done
with a power stapler but not with a power nailer.
  1. Installing ceiling tile
  2. Applying decking
  3. Applying roofing material
  4. Applying sheathing

148
Which of the following tasks is commonly done
with a power stapler but not with a power nailer.
  1. Installing ceiling tile
  2. Applying decking
  3. Applying roofing material
  4. Applying sheathing

149
The edge shown below is known as a ___ cut.
  1. Mortise
  2. Bevel
  3. Dado
  4. Chamfer

150
The edge shown below is known as a ___ cut.
  1. Mortise
  2. Bevel
  3. Dado
  4. Chamfer

151
A portable circular saw has ___
  1. A retractable upper blade guard
  2. Retractable lower and upper blade guards
  3. A retractable lower blade guard
  4. A fixed (non-adjustable) baseplate

152
A portable circular saw has ___
  1. A retractable upper blade guard
  2. Retractable lower and upper blade guards
  3. A retractable lower blade guard
  4. A fixed (non-adjustable) baseplate

153
Which of the following operations would normally
be done using a pneumatic stapler rather than a
nailer
  1. Constructing cabinets
  2. Installing finish work
  3. Installing insulation
  4. Installing framing

154
Which of the following operations would normally
be done using a pneumatic stapler rather than a
nailer
  1. Constructing cabinets
  2. Installing finish work
  3. Installing insulation
  4. Installing framing

155
A circular saw blade designed for cutting plywood
should have ___ teeth
  1. A small widely spaced
  2. Large, widely spaced
  3. Small, scissor-like
  4. Large, scissor-like

156
A circular saw blade designed for cutting plywood
should have ___ teeth
  1. A small widely spaced
  2. Large, widely spaced
  3. Small, scissor-like
  4. Large, scissor-like

157
The hand plane that is generally used to plane
long boards is the ___ plane.
  1. Block
  2. Jack
  3. Smoothing
  4. jointer

158
The hand plane that is generally used to plane
long boards is the ___ plane.
  1. Block
  2. Jack
  3. Smoothing
  4. jointer

159
The main function of a router is to ___
  1. Plane lumber
  2. Cut patterns in wood
  3. Cut metal
  4. Drill holes

160
The main function of a router is to ___
  1. Plane lumber
  2. Cut patterns in wood
  3. Cut metal
  4. Drill holes

161
You should always use ___ when using a table saw
to rip boards less than 4 wide
  1. An auxiliary fence
  2. Hold-downs
  3. A miter gauge
  4. A push stick

162
You should always use ___ when using a table saw
to rip boards less than 4 wide
  1. An auxiliary fence
  2. Hold-downs
  3. A miter gauge
  4. A push stick

163
The sawbuck is generally used to ___
  1. Cut dimension lumber to length
  2. Support lumber while it is being cut
  3. Cut wide moldings
  4. Do rip cuts

164
The sawbuck is generally used to ___
  1. Cut dimension lumber to length
  2. Support lumber while it is being cut
  3. Cut wide moldings
  4. Do rip cuts

165
The tool shown below is a ___.
  1. Adjustable T-square
  2. Sliding T-bevel
  3. Try square
  4. Speed square

166
The tool shown below is a ___.
  1. Adjustable T-square
  2. Sliding T-bevel
  3. Try square
  4. Speed square

167
A type of cut often made with circular saw is
called a ____ cut.
  1. Reading
  2. Pocket
  3. Dado
  4. Rabbet

168
A type of cut often made with circular saw is
called a ____ cut.
  1. Reading
  2. Pocket
  3. Dado
  4. Rabbet

169
A major difference between a builders level and
a transit level is that the ____.
  1. Transit level can be moved up and down
  2. Builders level can be used to plumb columns
  3. Transit level cannot be used to check elevations
  4. Transit level can only move in the horizontal
    plane.

170
A major difference between a builders level and
a transit level is that the ____.
  1. Transit level can be moved up and down
  2. Builders level can be used to plumb columns
  3. Transit level cannot be used to check elevations
  4. Transit level can only move in the horizontal
    plane.

171
A type of adjustable square that can be used to
set, test, and transfer angles is called a ___
  1. Sliding T-bevel
  2. Try square
  3. Miter square
  4. Speed square

172
A type of adjustable square that can be used to
set, test, and transfer angles is called a ___
  1. Sliding T-bevel
  2. Try square
  3. Miter square
  4. Speed square

173
The ___ clamp is commonly used to secure round,
oval, and oddly shaped work.
  1. Spring
  2. Web
  3. Handscrew
  4. Quick

174
The ___ clamp is commonly used to secure round,
oval, and oddly shaped work.
  1. Spring
  2. Web
  3. Handscrew
  4. Quick

175
Information about the structure or assembly is
provided in the ____.
  1. Border
  2. Drawing area
  3. Title block
  4. Legend

176
Information about the structure or assembly is
provided in the ____.
  1. Border
  2. Drawing area
  3. Title block
  4. Legend

177
Dimension lines end with ___.
  1. An x symbol
  2. Arrows
  3. Circles
  4. squares

178
Dimension lines end with ___.
  1. An x symbol
  2. Arrows
  3. Circles
  4. squares

179
The symbols used for each type of plan should be
indicated on the ___.
  1. Title block
  2. Title sheet
  3. Scale
  4. legend

180
The symbols used for each type of plan should be
indicated on the ___.
  1. Title block
  2. Title sheet
  3. Scale
  4. legend

181
The project is identified by the ___.
  1. company logo
  2. Sheet title
  3. Scale
  4. Drawing number

182
The project is identified by the ___.
  1. company logo
  2. Sheet title
  3. Scale
  4. Drawing number

183
On a grid, the ___ are normally across the top
and the ___ are on the sides
  1. lettersnumbers
  2. Keynotesnumbers
  3. Numbersletters
  4. Numberskeynotes

184
On a grid, the ___ are normally across the top
and the ___ are on the sides
  1. lettersnumbers
  2. Keynotesnumbers
  3. Numbersletters
  4. Numberskeynotes

185
Site plans are developed using a(n) ____ scale
  1. engineers
  2. NTS
  3. Floating
  4. Architects

186
Site plans are developed using a(n) ____ scale
  1. engineers
  2. NTS
  3. Floating
  4. Architects

187
Plans used for work that has to do with
construction in or on the earth are called ___
plans
  1. Structural
  2. Specification
  3. Architectural
  4. civil

188
Plans used for work that has to do with
construction in or on the earth are called ___
plans
  1. Structural
  2. Specification
  3. Architectural
  4. civil

189
To clarify any discrepancies in the plans, use
a(n) ___.
  1. HVAC
  2. RFI
  3. Index
  4. legend

190
To clarify any discrepancies in the plans, use
a(n) ___.
  1. HVAC
  2. RFI
  3. Index
  4. legend

191
The lines commonly used on a blueprint are
sometimes called the ___ of lines.
  1. Language
  2. Alphabet
  3. Collection
  4. Directory

192
The lines commonly used on a blueprint are
sometimes called the ___ of lines.
  1. Language
  2. Alphabet
  3. Collection
  4. Directory

193
to avoid confusion, the gridline system omits the
letters___.
  1. u, v, w
  2. I,J,T
  3. M,N,H
  4. I,O,Q

194
to avoid confusion, the gridline system omits the
letters___.
  1. u, v, w
  2. I,J,T
  3. M,N,H
  4. I,O,Q

195
The ___ form of an architects scale is commonly
used because it contains a variety of scales
  1. Triangular
  2. Straight edge
  3. Right angle
  4. oval

196
The ___ form of an architects scale is commonly
used because it contains a variety of scales
  1. Triangular
  2. Straight edge
  3. Right angle
  4. oval

197
A grid divides an area into small parts called
___.
  1. Bays
  2. Squares
  3. Pockets
  4. regions

198
A grid divides an area into small parts called
___.
  1. Bays
  2. Squares
  3. Pockets
  4. regions

199
The dimensions is a measurement written as a ___.
  1. Number
  2. Symbol
  3. Letter
  4. keynote

200
The dimensions is a measurement written as a ___.
  1. Number
  2. Symbol
  3. Letter
  4. keynote

201
On a blueprint, a dimension is located ___ the
dimension line
  1. Above
  2. Below
  3. At the end of
  4. Near the middle of

202
On a blueprint, a dimension is located ___ the
dimension line
  1. Above
  2. Below
  3. At the end of
  4. Near the middle of

203
A keynote is a number or letter that is often
used instead of symbols and usually appears in
___.
  1. A square or circles
  2. The upper left hand corner
  3. Block letters
  4. The upper right hand corner

204
A keynote is a number or letter that is often
used instead of symbols and usually appears in
___.
  1. A square or circles
  2. The upper left hand corner
  3. Block letters
  4. The upper right hand corner

205
The accuracy of a level depends on its ___.
  1. Height
  2. Width
  3. Length
  4. Weight

206
The accuracy of a level depends on its ___.
  1. Height
  2. Width
  3. Length
  4. Weight

207
Pliers that have serrated teeth that grip flat,
square ,round, or hexagonal objects are called
____.
  1. needle-nose
  2. Lineman
  3. Locking
  4. Groove-joint

208
Pliers that have serrated teeth that grip flat,
square ,round, or hexagonal objects are called
____.
  1. needle-nose
  2. Lineman
  3. Locking
  4. Groove-joint

209
The ___ a steel rule is, the more accurately it
measures.
  1. Longer
  2. Thinner
  3. Heavier
  4. Wider

210
The ___ a steel rule is, the more accurately it
measures.
  1. Longer
  2. Thinner
  3. Heavier
  4. Wider

211
Depending on the type of utility knife, you can
lock the blade in ___ different positions.
  1. Five
  2. Four
  3. Three
  4. Six

212
Depending on the type of utility knife, you can
lock the blade in ___ different positions.
  1. Five
  2. Four
  3. Three
  4. Six

213
Which saw can fit in tight places that larger
handsaw cannot?
  1. Dovetail saw
  2. Coping saw
  3. Hacksaw
  4. Compass saw

214
Which saw can fit in tight places that larger
handsaw cannot?
  1. Dovetail saw
  2. Coping saw
  3. Hacksaw
  4. Compass saw

215
To use a square shovel, push the ___ of the
shovel against the material to be moved and push
until the shovel is loaded.
  1. Turned ridge
  2. Leading edge
  3. Tip
  4. Foot balance

216
To use a square shovel, push the ___ of the
shovel against the material to be moved and push
until the shovel is loaded.
  1. Turned ridge
  2. Leading edge
  3. Tip
  4. Foot balance

217
What kind of bar has two claws (one at each end)
and is ground to a slant on both ends?
  1. cats paw
  2. Chisel
  3. Pincer
  4. Flat

218
What kind of bar has two claws (one at each end)
and is ground to a slant on both ends?
  1. cats paw
  2. Chisel
  3. Pincer
  4. Flat

219
A come-along, used to pull heavy loads
horizontally over the ground for short distances,
is also called a ___.
  1. Pulley
  2. Chain-fall
  3. Tackle
  4. Cable pluller

220
A come-along, used to pull heavy loads
horizontally over the ground for short distances,
is also called a ___.
  1. Pulley
  2. Chain-fall
  3. Tackle
  4. Cable puller

221
A screw driver is made up of a handle, a ___, and
a blade.
  1. Shank
  2. Thread
  3. Wedge
  4. Claw

222
A screw driver is made up of a handle, a ___, and
a blade.
  1. Shank
  2. Thread
  3. Wedge
  4. Claw

223
A carpenters square consists of a blade and a
___, which make up a 90- degree angle.
  1. Groove
  2. Slat
  3. Shaft
  4. Tongue

224
A carpenters square consists of a blade and a
___, which make up a 90- degree angle.
  1. Groove
  2. Slat
  3. Shaft
  4. Tongue

225
The end of the socket that fits in the handle is
__
  1. Hexagonal
  2. Square
  3. Round
  4. oval

226
The end of the socket that fits in the handle is
__
  1. Hexagonal
  2. Square
  3. Round
  4. oval

227
When using an adjustable wrench, he first step is
to ___.
  1. Pull the wrench toward you
  2. Make sure there is enough room for your fingers
  3. set the jaws to the correct size for the nut or
    bolt
  4. Fully tighten the jaws around the work

228
When using an adjustable wrench, he first step is
to ___.
  1. Pull the wrench toward you
  2. Make sure there is enough room for your fingers
  3. set the jaws to the correct size for the nut or
    bolt
  4. Fully tighten the jaws around the work

229
Some chalk lines can also be used as a ___.
  1. Wedge
  2. Measuring tape
  3. Steel rule
  4. Plumb bob

230
Some chalk lines can also be used as a ___.
  1. Wedge
  2. Measuring tape
  3. Steel rule
  4. Plumb bob

231
A heavy-duty tool used to drive posts or other
large stakes is a ___
  1. Hammer
  2. Wedge
  3. Mallet
  4. Sledgehammer

232
A heavy-duty tool used to drive posts or other
large stakes is a ___
  1. Hammer
  2. Wedge
  3. Mallet
  4. Sledgehammer

233
Ball peen hammers are classified by __.
  1. Color
  2. Weight
  3. Material
  4. length

234
Ball peen hammers are classified by __.
  1. Color
  2. Weight
  3. Material
  4. length

235
Pencil grinders are used to___.
  1. Grind away hard, heavy materials
  2. Smooth the inside of materials such as pipe
  3. Remove rust and buff metal
  4. Smooth and polish intricate work

236
Pencil grinders are used to___.
  1. Grind away hard, heavy materials
  2. Smooth the inside of materials such as pipe
  3. Remove rust and buff metal
  4. Smooth and polish intricate work

237
An example of an AC source of power is __.
  1. A battery
  2. Air
  3. Fluid pressure
  4. A wall plug

238
An example of an AC source of power is __.
  1. A battery
  2. Air
  3. Fluid pressure
  4. A wall plug

239
A power miter saw combines a miter box with a ___.
  1. Crosscut nail
  2. Nail-cutter saw
  3. Circular saw
  4. bandsaw

240
A power miter saw combines a miter box with a ___.
  1. Crosscut nail
  2. Nail-cutter saw
  3. Circular saw
  4. bandsaw

241
Portable belt sanders use continuous-loop
abrasive belts stretched between two __.
  1. Springs
  2. Drums
  3. Dowels
  4. Wheels

242
Portable belt sanders use continuous-loop
abrasive belts stretched between two __.
  1. Springs
  2. Drums
  3. Dowels
  4. Wheels

243
A porta-power is an example of a(n) ___ tool.
  1. Pneumatic
  2. Electric
  3. Battery
  4. Hydraulic

244
A porta-power is an example of a(n) ___ tool.
  1. Pneumatic
  2. Electric
  3. Battery
  4. Hydraulic

245
Saws with fine blades that are excellent for
delicate and intricate cutting are called ___
saws.
  1. Worm-drive
  2. Saber
  3. Reciprocating
  4. circular

246
Saws with fine blades that are excellent for
delicate and intricate cutting are called ___
saws.
  1. Worm-drive
  2. Saber
  3. Reciprocating
  4. circular

247
The gunpowder cartridges used to power a
powder-actuated tool are called ___.
  1. Compressors
  2. Boosters
  3. Canisters
  4. Breakers

248
The gunpowder cartridges used to power a
powder-actuated tool are called ___.
  1. Compressors
  2. Boosters
  3. Canisters
  4. Breakers

249
The first step when using a pneumatically powered
nailer is to ___.
  1. Load the nails into the nailer
  2. Read the manufacturers instructions
  3. Check the air compressor
  4. Inspect the nailer for damage

250
The first step when using a pneumatically powered
nailer is to ___.
  1. Load the nails into the nailer
  2. Read the manufacturers instructions
  3. Check the air compressor
  4. Inspect the nailer for damage

251
To prevent electrical shock, power tools should
not be operated without the proper ___.
  1. Chuck
  2. Pressure
  3. GFCI
  4. RPM

252
To prevent electrical shock, power tools should
not be operated without the proper ___.
  1. Chuck
  2. Pressure
  3. GFCI
  4. RPM

253
Drill bits are held in place by ___
  1. Augers
  2. Grips
  3. Chucks
  4. Carbides

254
Drill bits are held in place by ___
  1. Augers
  2. Grips
  3. Chucks
  4. Carbides

255
Blue print measurements most often are given in
centimeters or ___.
  1. Millimeters
  2. Decimeters
  3. Liters
  4. Kilometers

256
Area is the measurement of the ___ of an object
  1. Volume
  2. Depth
  3. Surface
  4. perimeter

257
Yesterday the job site received a gravel delivery
of 5.7 cubic yards. The contractor has already
used 2.3 cubic yards. The contractor has ___
cubic yards of gravel left.
  1. 3.4
  2. 9.8
  3. 4.3
  4. 8.9

258
Yesterday the job site received a gravel delivery
of 5.7 cubic yards. The contractor has already
used 2.3 cubic yards. The contractor has ___
cubic yards of gravel left.
  1. 3.4
  2. 9.8
  3. 4.3
  4. 8.9

259
8/12 -4/8 ___, reduce your answer to the lowest
term.
  1. 4/24
  2. 1/6
  3. 2/14
  4. 1/7

260
8/12 -4/8 ___, reduce your answer to the lowest
term.
  1. 4/24
  2. 1/6
  3. 2/14
  4. 1/7

261
The formula to calculate the area of a rectangle
is ___.
  1. Length x width
  2. 0.5 x base x height
  3. Pi x radius
  4. Length x width

262
The formula to calculate the area of a rectangle
is ___.
  1. Length x width
  2. 0.5 x base x height
  3. Pi x radius
  4. Length x width

263
You have to lay a floor for a 14- foot square
shed. The area is ___ square feet.
  1. 144.0
  2. 19.6
  3. 28.0
  4. 196.0

264
You have to lay a floor for a 14- foot square
shed. The area is ___ square feet.
  1. 144.0
  2. 19.6
  3. 28.0
  4. 196.0

265
One sheet of drywall weighs 48.7 pounds. You have
ordered 50 sheets, so your total order will weigh
___ pounds.
  1. 2,430.0
  2. 243.5
  3. 2,532.0
  4. 2,435.0

266
One sheet of drywall weighs 48.7 pounds. You have
ordered 50 sheets, so your total order will weigh
___ pounds.
  1. 2,430.0
  2. 243.5
  3. 2,532.0
  4. 2,435.0

267
To clear a calculator, you must press the ___ key.
  1. CM
  2. RM
  3. ON/C
  4. M

268
To clear a calculator, you must press the ___ key.
  1. CM
  2. RM
  3. ON/C
  4. M

269
While the measurement of the individual angles in
a triangle can vary, their sum is always ___
degrees.
  1. 360
  2. 180
  3. 45
  4. 90

270
While the measurement of the individual angles in
a triangle can vary, their sum is always ___
degrees.
  1. 360
  2. 180
  3. 45
  4. 90

271
To measure angles, you use an instrument called a
__.
  1. Pythagoras
  2. Perimeter
  3. Protractor
  4. vertex

272
To measure angles, you use an instrument called a
__.
  1. Pythagoras
  2. Perimeter
  3. Protractor
  4. vertex

273
You need to mix 42 pounds of mortar. Each pound
of mortar mix requires 0.03 liters of water . How
many liters of water do you need ? (round your
answer to the nearest tenth.)
  1. 1.3
  2. 122.6
  3. 1.26
  4. 13.2

274
Blue print measurements most often are given in
centimeters or ___.
  1. Millimeters
  2. Decimeters
  3. Liters
  4. Kilometers

275
What is the first step to finding the lowest
common denominator of two fractions?
  1. Find the lowest common multiple of the
    denominators
  2. Convert each fraction
  3. Reduce each fraction to its lowest terms
  4. multiply the denominators together

276
What is the first step to finding the lowest
common denominator of two fractions?
  1. Find the lowest common multiple of the
    denominators
  2. Convert each fraction
  3. Reduce each fraction to its lowest terms
  4. multiply the denominators together

277
The most efficient way to add the same number
together many times, is __.
  1. Multiplication
  2. Subtraction
  3. Division
  4. Addition

278
The most efficient way to add the same number
together many times, is __.
  1. Multiplication
  2. Subtraction
  3. Division
  4. Addition

279
What is the lowest term of the fraction 4/32
  1. 1/8
  2. 2/16
  3. 2/8
  4. 1/16

280
What is the lowest term of the fraction 4/32
  1. 1/8
  2. 2/16
  3. 2/8
  4. 1/16

281
A yardstick is a standard ruler that is ___ feet
long
  1. 4
  2. 5
  3. 3
  4. 2

282
A yardstick is a standard ruler that is ___ feet
long
  1. 4
  2. 5
  3. 3
  4. 2

283
When dividing , the number you are dividing by is
called the ____.
  1. Unit
  2. Dividend
  3. Fraction
  4. divisor

284
When dividing , the number you are dividing by is
called the ____.
  1. Unit
  2. Dividend
  3. Fraction
  4. divisor

285
You have a piece of pipe that is 150 feet long.
If you cut the pipe into 10 pieces of equal
length , how long with each piece of pipe be?
  1. 10 feet
  2. 5 feet
  3. 50 feet
  4. 15 feet

286
You have a piece of pipe that is 150 feet long.
If you cut the pipe into 10 pieces of equal
length , how long with each piece of pipe be?
  1. 10 feet
  2. 5 feet
  3. 50 feet
  4. 15 feet

287
If you have 364 boxes of drywall screws that must
be divided equally between 7 job sites how many
boxes does each site get ?
  1. 56
  2. 52
  3. 50
  4. 54

288
If you have 364 boxes of drywall screws that must
be divided equally between 7 job sites how many
boxes does each site get ?
  1. 56
  2. 52
  3. 50
  4. 54

289
¼ ¾
  1. 5/8
  2. ½
  3. 4/8
  4. 5/4

290
1/4 3/8
  1. 5/8
  2. ½
  3. 4/8
  4. 5/4

291
The amount of space occupied in three dimensions
is its___ . It is measured in cubic inches, feet
and yards.
  1. Area
  2. Volume
  3. Length
  4. circumference

292
The amount of space occupied in three dimensions
is its___ . It is measured in cubic inches, feet
and yards.
  1. Area
  2. Volume
  3. Length
  4. circumference

293
Area is the measurement of the ___ of an object
  1. Volume
  2. Depth
  3. Surface
  4. perimeter

294
You need to mix 42 pounds of mortar. Each pound
of mortar mix requires 0.03 liters of water . How
many liters of water do you need ? (round your
answer to the nearest tenth.)
  1. 1.3
  2. 122.6
  3. 1.26
  4. 13.2

295
You need to mix 42 pounds of mortar. Each pound
of mortar mix requires 0.03 liters of water . How
many liters of water do you need ? (round your
answer to the nearest tenth.)
  1. 1.3
  2. 122.6
  3. 1.26
  4. 13.2

296
A ___ is any one of the numeric symbols from 0 to
9.
  1. Digit
  2. Number
  3. Value
  4. symbol

297
A ___ is any one of the numeric symbols from 0 to
9.
  1. Digit
  2. Number
  3. Value
  4. symbol

298
A screw is 3-7/10 inches long. Using decimals,
this is written as __ inches
  1. 3.30
  2. 3.60
  3. 3.13
  4. 3.70

299
A screw is 3-7/10 inches long. Using decimals,
this is written as __ inches
  1. 3.30
  2. 3.60
  3. 3.13
  4. 3.70

300
The bottom number of a fraction is the ___.
  1. Numerator
  2. Denominator
  3. Negative
  4. positive

301
The bottom number of a fraction is the ___.
  1. Numerator
  2. Denominator
  3. Negative
  4. positive

302
Put the following decimals in order from smallest
to largest 0.012, 0.210, 0.112,0.201
  1. 0.012, 0.112, 0.201, 0.210
  2. 0.210, 0.112, 0.012, 0.201
  3. 0.112, 0.210, 0.201, 0.012
  4. 0.201, 0.210, 0.112, 0.012

303
Put the following decimals in order from smallest
to largest 0.012, 0.210, 0.112,0.201
  1. 0.012, 0.112, 0.201, 0.210
  2. 0.210, 0.112, 0.012, 0.201
  3. 0.112, 0.210, 0.201, 0.012
  4. 0.201, 0.210, 0.112, 0.012

304
When converting a percent to a decimal, you must
first drop the percent sign. You then move the
decimal point ___ place(s) to the ___
  1. two left
  2. one right
  3. One left
  4. Tworight

305
When converting a percent to a decimal, you must
first drop the percent sign. You then move the
decimal point ___ place(s) to the ___
  1. two left
  2. one right
  3. One left
  4. Two right

306
Subtracting one number from another is finding
the ___ between them
  1. Place value
  2. Difference
  3. Total
  4. Sum

307
Subtracting one number from another is finding
the ___ between them
  1. Place value
  2. Difference
  3. Total
  4. Sum

308
If you are adding 54 32, you will need to ___
the tens part of the sum from the units column to
the tens column and add it there.
  1. Carry
  2. Sum
  3. Move
  4. Total

309
If you are adding 54 32, you will need to ___
the tens part of the sum from the units column to
the tens column and add it there.
  1. Carry
  2. Sum
  3. Move
  4. Total

310
When dividing fractions, the first step is to
___the fraction you are dividing by
  1. Multiply
  2. Invert
  3. Reduce
  4. Convert

311
When dividing fractions, the first step is to
___the fraction you are dividing by
  1. Multiply
  2. Invert
  3. Reduce
  4. Convert

312
Whole numbers are complete units without ___ or
decimals
  1. Digits
  2. Symbols
  3. Values
  4. fractions

313
Whole numbers are complete units without ___ or
decimals
  1. Digits
  2. Symbols
  3. Values
  4. fractions

314
7/8 x3/9 ____ reduce your answer to the lowest
term
  1. 21/72
  2. 8/21
  3. 7/24
  4. 24/63

315
7/8 x3/9 ____ reduce your answer to the lowest
term
  1. 21/72
  2. 8/21
  3. 7/24
  4. 24/63

316
The average American generates ________ pounds of
solid waste in a day.
  • 1.0
  • 4.5
  • 6.5
  • 8.0

317
The average American generates ________ pounds of
solid waste in a day.
  • 1.0
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