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Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Why is it important to cut food into uniformly sized pieces?
  1. aesthetic appeal
  2. even cooking
  3. distribution of flavor
  4. easier to stir
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
When during the cooking process is it best to add dairy, such as sour cream, milk or yogurt?
  1. the first 15 minutes
  2. with all the other ingredients
  3. the last 15 minutes
  4. only when the ingredients have cooled
Continuing Education Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Why should food be fully thawed before adding to the crockpot?
  1. thawed food takes up less space in the crockpot than frozen food
  2. frozen food may be in the danger zone for too long where bacteria can flourish
  3. thawed food is more flavorful than frozen food
  4. frozen food can only be cooked on the high temperature setting
Continuing Education Replacing Windows and Doors
When replacing windows and doors carpenters are governed by certain safety standards to build scaffolding out of dimensional lumber.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Replacing Windows and Doors
When renovating a house and you are required to replace all of the windows, doors and siding on the building. What is the most efficient system to use to do this?
  1. Ladders
  2. Perimeter scaffold
  3. Scissor lift
  4. They would all take the same amount of time
Continuing Education Types of Drawings Used in Carpentry
When contour lines on a drawing are close together what does it tell you about the property?
  1. The property is steep
  2. The property has a gradual slope
  3. The property has good drainage
  4. The property has a lot of extra fill
Continuing Education Types of Drawings Used in Carpentry
What is the name of the lines on a topographical drawing that show different elevations of existing and finished grade lines of a piece of property?
  1. Landscape lines
  2. Grid lines
  3. Plot lines
  4. Contour lines
Continuing Education Types of Drawings Used in Carpentry
Why are architectural drawings often referred to as blue prints?
  1. The pens they use are blue
  2. No reason, that's what they are called
  3. An old technique that was used to create drawings
  4. The paper they use is blue
Continuing Education Types of Drawings Used in Carpentry
A floor plan is generally a plan view that is cut on a              horizontal              plane and shows room dimensions, windows and doors.
Continuing Education Types of Drawings Used in Carpentry
What information would you be able to find on an exterior elevation drawing?
  1. Location of plumbing
  2. Exterior finish
  3. Room size
  4. Location of building on a piece of property
Continuing Education Types of Drawings Used in Carpentry
When referring to a set of architectural drawings for sizes and location of footings the carpenter would refer to the              foundation              plan.
Continuing Education Types of Drawings Used in Carpentry
Architectural drawings are not drawn full size. What is used to allow the building views to be drawn on smaller paper?
  1. Measuring tape
  2. Ruler
  3. Scale
  4. Smaller paper
Continuing Education Types of Drawings Used in Carpentry
Which drawing would you generally refer to for room dimensions?
  1. Foundation plan
  2. Floor plan
  3. Structural plan
  4. Elevation view
Continuing Education Types of Drawings Used in Carpentry
If there is a discrepancy on a set of architectural plans what takes precedence?
  1. Floor plans
  2. Elevations
  3. Schedule
  4. Specifications
Continuing Education Types of Drawings Used in Carpentry
Structural plans would generally show what information?
  1. Exterior finishes
  2. Interior finishes
  3. Rebar sizes
  4. Floor finish
Continuing Education Types of Drawings Used in Carpentry
On which drawing would you generally find set backs from property lines?
  1. Elevation view
  2. Floor plan
  3. Plot plan
  4. Section view
Continuing Education Types of Drawings Used in Carpentry
If you were looking on a set of plans for how the floor system is fastened to the sill plate which drawing view would you look at?
  1. Elevation view
  2. Isometric
  3. Detail view
  4. Plot plan view
Continuing Education Types of Drawings Used in Carpentry
A section view on a drawing is                                                                                  .
  1. a drawing showing the building sliced through a specific portion of the building
  2. A view of a specific section of a building
  3. A section of the foundation drawn in more detail
  4. There is no type of drawing called a section
Grade 11 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
What is the proper way to pass a knife to another person?
  1. hand it to the person by the handle
  2. hand it to the person by loosely holding onto the table
  3. put the knife in its carrying case, and hand it to the person
  4. place the knife on a sanitized surface, and let the person pick it up by the handle
Continuing Education Concrete Forming and Placing Tools
What are used to allow the concrete finisher to walk on concrete for final troweling work?
  1. Screed boards
  2. Kneeling boards
  3. Bull floats
  4. Knee floats
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