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None Blueprints and Blueprint Reading
On a blueprint drawing, what would the lines in which measurements are referenced to be called?
  1. Contour lines
  2. Reference lines
  3. Grid lines
  4. Drawing lines
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.
None Hand Tools
You need to mark a line on a floor that is to be 10 meters (32' 10"). What is the best layout tool to use?
  1. Framing square
  2. Chalk line
  3. Level
  4. Straight edge
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
None Hand Tools
What is a tool often kept on a carpenter's tool belt? It is used to take and make measurements.
  1. Chalk line
  2. Speed square
  3. Tape measure
  4. T-Bevel
None Screws, Nails, and Fasteners
When wood glue is applied to a joint, if done correctly the connection can be stronger than the wood itself.
  1. True
  2. False
None Building Materials
A 2x4 piece of framing lumber has an actual dimension of 1 1/2" x 3 1/2". The 2x4 size given to this piece of lumber is called it's                 dimension.
  1. nominal
  2. true
  3. big
  4. accurate
None Concrete Forming Systems and Techniques
What makes forming a set of suspended stairs more difficult?
  1. No additional support is needed
  2. A form needs to be built on the underside of the stairs
  3. You need to use large lumber
  4. The plywood needs to be thicker
None Screws, Nails, and Fasteners
What is generally referred to as glue, however is actually considered a mastic
  1. Yellow wood glue
  2. Tile adhesive
  3. Construction adhesive
  4. Urethane glue
None Building Materials
Where on a construction site would you find wood I joists?
  1. Floors and roofs
  2. Walls and ceilings
  3. Ceilings and floors
  4. Roofs and walls
None Wall Framing
In a conventional wood framed building, the walls are made up of multiple pieces of vertical framing members called                .
  1. studs
  2. headers
  3. plates
  4. lintels
None Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
If you are cooking fried chicken in the kitchen and the frying pan catches on fire, how should you put it out?
  1. throw water on it
  2. pick the pan up and carry it outside
  3. smother it with baking soda
  4. use a Class A fire extinguisher
None Screws, Nails, and Fasteners
When creating a tight bond between wood and metal what would be the best type of adhesive to use? This adhesive also expands slightly to fill any voids or cracks.
  1. Yellow glue
  2. Urethane glue
  3. Construction mastic
  4. Contact cement
None Screws, Nails, and Fasteners
What tool is used to spread mastic when installing vinyl floor tiles?
  1. Notched trowel
  2. Un notched trowl
  3. Float
  4. Does not matter
None Screws, Nails, and Fasteners
What is the best type of adhesive to use when a moisture and uv resistant is required?
  1. Construction adhesive
  2. Urethane glue
  3. Regular wood glue
  4. Contact cement
None Floor Framing
This is a horizontal framing member that is supported by the beams. The members can either be ceiling                , floor                 or boxing                .
  1. trusses
  2. joists
  3. rafters
  4. trimmers
None Tool Safety
What is the safety rule to be aware of when climbing and working from a ladder? You need to maintain                 point of contact.
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
None Concrete Forming Systems and Techniques
When building a concrete stair form that is earth supported, all of the dirt must be in place PRIOR to doing the initial stair layout.
  1. True
  2. False
None Blueprints and Blueprint Reading
Included in a set of architectural drawings there is a chart or page which includes all of the sizes and type of windows that are going to be installed on the project. What is the name of this?
  1. Window plan
  2. Window schedule
  3. Window sizes
  4. Window openings
None Screws, Nails, and Fasteners
What is an anchor?
  1. The insulation in the wall
  2. The roof being held down solid to the house
  3. A type of fastener to attach components to walls or ceilings
  4. A special kind of footing
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