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None Blueprints and Blueprint Reading
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
Continuing Education Types of Wall and Ceiling Finishes
None Tool Safety
According to Occupation Safety and Health Administration, what is recommended when you discover a tool has been damaged?
  1. Nothing is recommended by OSHA.
  2. Schedule to have it fixed and continue using.
  3. Use it carefully.
  4. Do not use the tool.
Continuing Education Power Tools
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 Hand Tools
Continuing Education Hand Tools
The term plumb refers to the                 .
  1. horizontal plane
  2. vertical plane
  3. both
  4. none
None Screws, Nails, and Fasteners
Why is construction adhesive added between floor sheathing and floor joists? It is also used for wood frame stair construction.
  1. Prevent squeeks
  2. Prevent nail pops
  3. Creates a more structurally sound floor system
  4. All of the above
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 Blueprints and Blueprint Reading
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
If a molded door casing is used it needs to have a mitered corner. What else can be done to ensure a clean looking finish?
  1. Do a coped joint
  2. Install plinth block between the head and side casings
  3. Use flat stock molding
  4. Use a headless pin nailer
Continuing Education Surveying and Plot Plans
A contour line identifies the
  1. size of the land.
  2. slope and elevations of the land.
  3. direction of the land.
  4. direction of the water flow on the land.
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