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Quiz Questions

1.On page 12, there are some precautions for the electrical and electronics technician.
True
False
2. Any one injured in battle, collision, fire, or accidents the following tasks are to be administrated;

  • maintain breathing
  • stop bleeding
  • prevent or reduce shock
True
False
3. One need to become familiar with the basic rules on page 13, before going on with the first aid treatment.
True
False
4. Electric shock may cause anything from mild surprise to death. The effects of the shock are usually unknown. It is often hard to determine how an electrical shock victim has been affected.
True
False
5. It’s Ok to administer first aid or come in physical contact with an electric shock victim before we shut off the power
True
False
6. When you find someone who has received a severe electric shock, the person’s skin is usually very white or pale blue.
True
False
7. The techniques discussed in pages 15 -18 is about artificial ventilation.
True
False
8. Hemorrhage (escape of blood) occurs whenever there is a break in the wall of one or more blood vessels.
True
False
9. The property of an electrical device to store energy is CAPACITANCE. This energy is stored in a way to oppose a change in voltage. A CAPACITOR is used to store this electrical energy. The FARAD is the basic unit of measurement of capacitance.
True
False
10. Electrons (negative charges) move through a conductor when an electric field is applied. Electron current is defined as the directed flow of electrons from negative to positive.
True
Flase
11. In page 33, the discussion is about:
Capacitance
Inductance
12. Pages 39 and 40 is about the
transformers.
Capacitors
13.Helpful information/formulas are given in pages47 through 48 is about.
Radar
Capacitors
14. Figure 1-19 in page 64 gives the
Color Code for transformers
Parallel wiring diagram
15. Table1-24, on page 90 is:
An electronic conversion Chart
An specific weight and conductivity chart
16. Table 1-33 contains machine screw information, such as threads per inch, drill, and tap information.
True
Flase
17. A corrosive atmosphere can damage unprotected electric and electronic equipment. To prevent corrosion, you should maintain an effective cleaning and lubricating schedule.
True
Flase
18. NATIONAL STOCK NUMBERS (NSNs) is a 13-digit stock number used to identify an item of material in the Federal Catalog System of the Department of Defense. It consists of a four-digit federal supply classification (FSC) and a nine-digit national item identification number (NIIN).
True
Flase
19. Electrical ___________ pertains to the rate at which work is being done. Work is done whenever a force causes motion.
Power
Watts
20. _________ is the result of the difference between the values of X C (capacitive reactance) and XL (inductive reactance).
Reactance
Impedance