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Questions 1 to 20: Select the best answer to each question. Note that a question and its answers may be split across a page
break, so be sure that you have seen the entire question and all the answers before choosing an answer.
1. One component of a car’s drivetrain between the engine and the differential is the
A. ABS system.
B. reluctor.
C. transmission.
D. wheel speed sensor.
2. Computer languages that allow remote devices to communicate with each other are called
A. Internets.
B. HTML codes.
C. HTTP codes.
D. protocols.
3. Small _______ devices plug into a computer and store data. They’re often known as thumb or flash
drives.
A. USB
B. cellular
C. HTTP
D. network
4. Technician A says that the subject line isn’t an important part of an e-mail, because the recipient will
read the entire e-mail anyway. Technician B says that a business e-mail should always include a signature
block. Which of the following statements is correct?
A. Neither Technician A nor Technician B is correct.
B. Only Technician A is correct.
C. Both Technician A and Technician B are correct.
D. Only Technician B is correct.
5. HVAC systems make indoor spaces feel comfortable by controlling
A. energy use and temperature.
B. outside and indoor noises.
C. sunlight inside the building.
D. temperature and humidity.
6. When a vehicle travels around a corner, the wheels closest to the inside of the turn
A. rotate more than those on the outside of the turn.
B. travel a shorter distance than those on the outside of the turn.
C. provide all the drive power.
D. move faster than those on the outside of the turn.
7. Technician A says that good computer skills aren’t necessary in most technology-related jobs.
Technician B says that a well-written e-mail should always include a long, detailed discussion of the issue
being addressed. Which of the following statements is correct?
A. Only Technician B is correct.
B. Neither Technician A nor Technician B is correct.
C. Both Technician A and Technician B are correct.
D. Only Technician A is correct.
8. In a fire alarm system, the heat detector is an example of a(n)
A. notification appliance.
B. annunciator.
C. FACP.
D. initiating device.
9. What organization develops standards for safe work practices in the United States?
A. OSHA
B. NFPA
C. ASHRAE
D. ICC
10. In the United States, energy consumed in the process of lighting, heating, and cooling buildings
represents
A. 65 percent of all energy consumed.
B. a negligible proportion of all energy consumed.
C. 40 percent of all energy consumed.
D. almost all energy consumed.
11. Which of the following organizations develops codes for electrical installations?
A. NFPA
B. ASHRAE
C. ICC
D. OSHA
12. The abbreviation IRC, which stands for International Residential Code, is an example of
A. a subject line.
B. jargon.
C. an emoticon.
D. an acronym.
13. Tables of IP addresses are stored in _______, which are responsible for ensuring that data is sent along
the proper Internet pathway.
A. routers
B. protocols
C. USB devices
D. fiber-optic bundles
14. _______ are the components that allow a posi-traction differential to transfer power from one drive
wheel to another.
A. Routers
B. Reluctors
C. Clutches
D. Sensors
15. Outgassing occurs when a
A. natural-gas-fired furnace hasn’t been properly maintained.
B. building’s carpets release chemical residue in vaporized form.
C. brake system’s pressurized fluid leaks from a cylinder.
D. heat detector fails.
16. Which of the following is a building code developed by the International Code Council?
A. IRC
B. OSHA
C. NEC
D. ASHRAE
17. The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is used to transfer
A. actuator feedback.
B. Web page data.
C. network addresses.
D. building automation system data.
18. _______ run on the AC electrical power typically found in a residence but function like a DC motor
while providing rotational power to building systems.
A. Heat detectors
B. Variable-frequency drives
C. Rotary actuators
D. Annunciators
19. Most systems have one or more centralized “brains” that interpret incoming data and tell other parts of
the system to perform certain tasks. In a fire alarm system, the _______ serves the role of the brain.
A. notification appliance
B. polling logic
C. fire alarm control panel
D. annunciator
20. Antilock braking systems are found in almost all modern vehicles
A. because posi-traction differentials caused vehicles to skid out of control when braking on wet roads.
B. as a way to control wheel speed while cornering on dry roads.
C. and share several components with the vehicle’s traction control system.
D. but are slowly being replaced by active traction control systems.