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Exam 1

1.) _______ can be generated. Ans. b
I. Electricity II. Electrical Energy
a. I only
b. II only
c. both I and II
d. neither I nor II
2.) A phenomenon where a circuit stores electrical energy is called ______. Ans. b
a. Inductance
b. Capacitance
c. Resistance
d. Susceptance
3.) A general term including material, fittings, devices, appliances, fixtures, apparatus, and the like used as part of, or in connection
with, an electrical installation is ______. Ans. d
a. premises wiring (system)
b. service equipment
c. utilization equipment
d. equipment
4.) A switch intended for use in general distribution and branch circuits. It is rated in amperes, and it is capable of interrupting its rated
current at its rated voltage, is a _______ switch. Ans. b
a. bypass isolation
b. general use
c. isolating
d. transfer
5.) The permanent joining of metallic parts to form an electrically conductive path that will ensure electrical continuity and the
capacity to conduct safely any current likely to be imposed is known ______. Ans. d
a. ordinary tap joint
b. scarf joint
c. Britannia joint
d. bonding
6.) An instrument that is used to measure the diameter of a wire or cable to thousandths of an inch is _____. Ans. b
a. galvanometer
b. micrometer
c. hydrometer
d. ruler
7.) A ______ squirrel cage motor cab be started at full voltage. Ans. d
I. Design A II. Design B III. Design C IV. Design D
a. I only
b. I and II only
c. III and IV only
d. I, II, III, and IV
8.) A _____ is a braking system for an electric motor. Ans. d
I. friction braking II. Plugging III. Dynamic braking
a. I only
b. III only
c. I and III only
d. I, II or III
9.) Rigid metal conduit is permitted for wiring in hazardous locations if the conduit is threaded and made up wrench tight with at least
_____ full threads. Ans. b
a. 4
b. 5
c. 7
d. 9
10.) A circuit breaker that has purposely introduced into it a delay in the tripping action and which delay decreases as the magnitude of
the current increases is a ______ circuit breaker. Ans. a
a. Inverse time
b. Adjustable
c. Control vented
d. Vented power
11.) It is the intent of this Code that factory installed internal wiring or the construction of equipment need not be inspected at the time
of installation of the equipment, except to ______. Ans. c
I. detect alterations II. Detect damage III. Detect insulation type
a. I only
b. II only
c. I and II only
d. I, II and III
12.) A premises wiring system whose power is derived from a source such as a transformer that has no direct connection to the supply
conductors originating in another system is a/an ______ system. Ans. b
a. Integrated
b. Separately derived
c. Interactive
d. Isolated
13.) Listed or labeled equipment shall be installed, used. Or both, in accordance with any instructions included _____. Ans. c
I. by the foreman II. In the listing or labeling III. With the equipment from the manufacturer

a. I only
b. II only
c. II and III only
d. I, II and III
14.) Where conductors with an ampacity higher than the ampere rating or setting of the overcurrent device are used, the _____ shall
determine the circuit rating. Ans. b
a. Conductor ampacity
b. Overcurrent device
c. Combined rating
d. Derated ampacity
15.) _____ are permitted to protect motor branch circuit conductors from overload. Ans. d
I. Thermal relays II. Inverse time circuit III. Time delay fuses
a. I only
b. II only
c. II and III only
d. I, II and III
16.) The power factor of an incandescent light bulb would be _____. Ans. a
a. unity
b. 0.7 leading
c. 0.7 lagging
d. zero
17.) _____ is a pliable raceway. Ans. b
I. EMT II. ENT III. PVC
a. I only
b. II only
c. I and III only
d. I, II and III
18.) Flexible cords and cables shall be protected by _____ where passing through holes in covers, outlet boxes, or similar enclosures.
Ans. d
I. fittings II. Bushings III. Tie wraps
a. I only
b. II only
c. II and III only
d. I and II only
19.) A transformer would most likely have a ______ efficiency. Ans. d
a. 60%
b. 70%
c. 80%
d. 90%
20.) When alternating current flows through a conductor, there is an inductive action that causes the current in the conductor to be
forced toward the outer surface. The current is greater at the surface than at the center of the conductor, this _____ will cause the
resistance in the conductor to increase de to the increased heating of the conductor. Ans. b
a. Capacitive effect
b. Skin effect
c. Conductive effect
d. Outer effect
21.) A value assigned to a circuit or system for the purpose of conveniently designating its voltage class is _____. Ans. a
a. Nominal voltage
b. Voltage to ground
c. Voltage (of a circuit)
d. Voltage2
22.) A type of AC motor that runs at a constant speed and is used and is used for such purposes as an electric clock motor is a
____motor. Ans. d
a. AC squirrel cage
b. AC induction
c. Wound rotor induction
d. Synchronous
23.) _____ is the resistance at the point of contact of two conductors or one conductor and another surface. Ans. b
a. Conductor resistance
b. Contact resistance
c. Resistance per M/ft
d. Resistance per K/ft
24.) _____ is/are classified as a conduit body. Ans. d
I. LB fitting II. FS box III. LR fitting
a. I and II only
b. II only
c. II and III only
d. I and III only
25.) ______ raceways are not suitable to enclose conductors that are subject to physical damage. Ans. c
a. Rigid metal conduit
b. Intermediate metal conduit
c. PVC schedule 40
d. PVC schedule 80
26.) A low power factor in an industrial plant is most likely caused by ______. Ans. a

a. Insufficient resistive loads
b. Insufficient inductive loads
c. Excessive resistive loads
d. Lack of synchronous condenser
27.) Where lighting outlets are installed in interior stairways, there shall be a wall switch at each floor level to control the lighting
where the difference between floor levels is ______ steps or more. Ans. c
a. Two
b. Four
c. Six
d. Eight
28.) A voltage or current that is reversed at regular intervals is called _____ voltage or current. Ans. c
I. direct II. Steady state II sinusoidal
a. I only
b. II only
c. III only
d. none of these
29.) Of the following _____ is a false statement. Ans. d
a. The term kilowatt indicates the measure of power which is all available for work.
b. The term kilovolt-amperes indicate the apparent power made up of an energy component. And a wattles or induction component.
c. In an industrial plant, low power factor is usually due to underloaded induction motors.
d. The power factor of a motor is much greater at partial loads than at full load.
30.) It is generally not good practice to supply lights and motors from the same circuit because _______. Ans. d
a. Lamps for satisfactory service must operate within closer voltage limits than motors.
b. Overloads and short circuits are more common on motor circuits.
c. When motors are started, the large starting current causes a voltage drop on the circuit and the lights will blink or burn dim.
d. all of these
31.) In general, motors are designed to operate in a maximum ambient temperature of ______ unless specifically designed for a higher
temperature. Ans. d
a. 600C
b. 500C
c. 450C
d. 400C
32.) A type of single phase motor that can be operated on either ac or dc is a ______motor. Ans. c
a. Multispeed
b. Capacitor-start
c. Universal
d. Repulsion-induction
33.) For screw shell devices with attached leads, the conductor attached to the screw shell shall be _____ in color. Ans. a
a. White or gray
b. Orange
c. Green
d. Black
34.) Branch circuit conductors shall have an ampacity not less than ______. Ans. b
a. The load increased 125%
b. 100% of the load to be served
c. 80% of the load to be served
d. 125% of the continuous load plus 80% of the non continuous load
35.) A switch intended for isolating an electric circuit from the source of power that has no interrupting rating, and it is intended to be
operated only after the circuit has been opened by some other means is a/an ______. Ans. a
a. Isolating switch
b. Bypass isolation switch
c. General use switch
d. Transfer switch
36.) Raceways or cable trays containing electric conductors shall not contain ______. Ans. d
I. pipe for steam II. Tube for air III. Pipe for water
a. I only
b. II only
c. III only
d. I, II or III
37.) Not readily accessible to persons unless special means for access are used is ______. Ans. c
a. Elevated
b. Guarded
c. Isolated
d. Listed
38.) After cutting a conduit, to remove the rough edge on both ends, the conduit ends should be ______. Ans. c
a. Sanded
b. Shaped
c. Burnished
d. Ground
39.) The instrument used to indicate phase relation between current and voltage is the ______. Ans. b
a. Megger
b. Power factor meter
c. Voltmeter
d. Galvanometer

40.) To calculate the va. One needs to know the _____. Ans. a
a. Voltage and current
b. Impedance and conductance
c. Resistance and impedance
d. Ohms and resistance
41.) You have an adjustable trip coil rated at 5 amps on a 200-amp switch. If you want the switch to trip at 120 amps, the trip coil
should be set at ______. Ans. b
a. 2 amps
b. 3 amps
c. 4 amps
d. 5 amps
42.) When an ammeter is disconnected from an in-service current transformer, the secondary terminals of the current transformer must
be _____. Ans. a
a. Shorted
b. Open
c. Disconnected
d. Grounded
43.) Reactance will cause the current in a circuit to vary only when ______. Ans. a
a. AC current flows
b. DC current flows
c. There is no resistance in the circuit
d. There is resistance in the circuit
44.) Motors of 1/3, ¼ and 1/8 are connected in parallel. Those motors deliver a total of ______. Ans. c
a. 1 hp
b. 7/8 hp
c. 17/24 hp
d. 0.07hp
45.) Flexible cords and cables shall not be used ______. Ans. c
a. For wiring of cranes and hoists
b. For prevention of the transmission of noise or vibration
c. To run through holes in floors
d. Simply to facilitate frequent interchange
46.) A fixture that weighs more than _____ shall be supported independently of the outlet box. Ans. c
a. 25 pounds
b. 30 pounds
c. 50 pounds
d. 75 pounds
47.) The force which moves electrons from atom to atom through a closed conducting path is called ______. Ans. d
a. Flux
b. Resistance
c. Admittance
d. emf
48.) An advantage of a 240-volt system compared with a 120-volt system of the same wattage is ______. Ans. a
a. Reduced voltage drop
b. Reduced power use
c. Large currents
d. Lower electrical pressure
49.) A resistor has an indicated tolerance error of 10%. With a value of 1000 ohms, the minimum resistance the resistor may have is
______. Ans. d
a. 1100 ohms
b. 990 ohms
c. 910 ohms
d. 900 ohms
50.) A transformer has a primary voltage of 120 volts and a secondary voltage of 480 volts. If there are 40 turns on the primary, the
secondary contains______. Ans. d
a. 10 turns
b. 40 turns
c. 120 turns
d. 160 turns

Exam 2
1.) Frequency is measured in ______. Ans. a
a. Hertz
b. Voltage
c rpm
d. Foot pounds
2.) Which of the following would cause the most power to be dissipated in the form of heat? Ans. d
a. XL
b. XC
c. Resonance
d. Resistance
3.) _______ is the combined opposition to current by resistance and reactance. Ans. b
a. Q
b. Z

Ans. Ans.) Frequency is determined by the _____ of an alternator. Ans.) Sometimes copper conductors are coated (tinned) to help prevent ______. c I. Reluctance 5. II and IV only d. c a. Thermoplastic 7.) An example of a “made” electrode would be ______. d a. Stator b. Ans. Separately excited d. Chemical 8. Higher resistances b. d a. Cutting lines of force d. Ans. you would change the _______ . c a. Ans. d a. b a. Field current 9.) Three horsepower is equivalent to ____ watts. Metallic water pipe b. d a. Ground rod 13. Brushes d. Reverse A1 and A2 c. size II number of poles III. Foot candles 14. Ans. the splicing is easier d. Ans. c a.) Voltage in a generator is produced by _______.) Illumination is measured in ______. Metal frame of a building c.) ______ has the highest electrical breakdown strength and longest life over all other materials used for insulation. Hysteresis c. Temperature d. XC d. c a.) Single conductor cable runs within a building are general common than multicable runs because ______. Capacitive reactance d. none of these 17. d a. the weight is evenly distributed 6. 2238 d. Pressure c. Resonance b. Reverse capacitor leads b. II and III only c. Voltage IV. Split-phase b. Rubber insulation b. Ans. Ans. Ans.) The output of a 3phase transformer is measured in units called ______. Water cooled 15. Encapsulated c. I. 2292 c. Luminous flux b. Impregnated paper d. II and IV only 12. Watts b. I2R 4. c a. Non-ventilated b. Six pole c.)To change the rotation of a DC motor you would ______.) The generator which is best suited for electroplating power is a ______ generator.) An electrician in the industry would first check the ______ to correct a low power factor. Turns-ration 16.) To adjust the voltage generated by a constant speed DC generator. concrete-encased d. of conduit b. 764 b. Inductive load d. Mechanical damage c. Woven cloth c. Ans. Ans. Ans. Resistance b. volt-amps c. Slip rings c.c. reverse commutator d. II only b. Explosion proof d. Compound 10. c a. Rotation speed a. Reverse F1 and F2 11. of the temperature c. Impedance d. c a. Chemical reaction .) A motor enclosure designed and constructed to contain sparks or flashes that may ignite surrounding gas or vapor is called _____. Lumens c.

how many electrical degrees separate each phase? Ans. b a. b a. a a. Zero c. Screw shell b. none of these 23. Ans. The breaker to the grounding terminal d.) Ina 3-phase circuit. The current in amperes a conductor can carry continuously under the conditions of use without exceeding its temperature rating. All of these 20. The same as c. More than b. Infinity d. It can be transformed c. not a Code requirement 29. a a. DC reactance 21. 1 b. Ans. Electrolitic action d.) To check voltage to ground.) An electrical timer switch for lighting is normally connected in ____ with the lighting circuit being controlled.) The resistance of an open circuit is equal to _____. The grounded and ungrounded conductor b. Ans. a a. 180 c. The current-carrying capacity of conductors expressed in volt-amper b. Sequence d.) Electrical continuity is required by the electrical code for metallic conduit ______. To assure equipment grounding b. Develops eddy current b. To reduce inductive heat d. Ans.) The grounded conductor would connect to the ____ of a lampholder. 3 d.) The definition of ampacity is ______. Series b. The service disconnect and the branch circuit 31. The breaker to the cabinet b. skin effect c. Ans.) The voltage per turn of the primary of a transformer is ______ the voltage per turn of the secondary. 12 27.) A wheatstoned bridge is used to measure _____ resistance.) The inductive action that causes current to flow on the outside surface of a conductor is known as the _____. Base contact d. Tandem 24. you would check from _____. d a. b I. None of these 28. I only b II and III only c.) A single concrete-encased electrode shall be augmented by one additional electrode if it does not have a resistance to ground of_______. 6 pole AC alternator 34kva. During one complete mechanical rotation will have ____ electrical rotations. Corona effect b. c a. Ans. d. The ungrounded conductor c. Lead in wire 26. 25 ohms b. d a. To trace electrical wiring 22. 50 ohms d. ground fault protection for personnel operates on the principal of unbalance current between _____. Ans. III only d. Ans. 120 .) Which of the following is not true about alternating current? Ans. 360 b. II only 19. The grounding conductor and the neutral conductor d. 25. Interferes with communication lines 30. 30 ohm c. Hot to neutral c. on a Y-connected system. c a. d a. The current-carrying capacity of conductors expressed in wattage. Less than d. Parallel c. a a. Is suitable for charging batteries d. To reduce static electricity c.18. Ans.) On a 120v single phase circuit. Filament c. 1 ½ c. Ans.) A three-phase. c a. The current –carrying capacity expressed in amperes c. low II medium III high a. Ans. Ans. Less than one ohm b. c a.

Active power is decreased c.) _____ duty is a type of service where both the load and the time intervals may have wide variations. The power output dived by the input 40. b a. Continuous b. The temperature of the conductor b. c a. Ans. Solar c. r. Reactive power is increased d. b a.m. c a. Eddy currents c. Peak d.) The breakdown voltage of an insulation depends upon _____ value of AC voltage. Periodic c. Ans. Cause the fuse to blow b. Increase the resistance d.) What is the formula to find watt hours? Ans. Ans.d. Ans. Both active and reactive power are increased 44.) As the power factor of a circuit is increases _______. Ans. The volt-amps x the wattage c.a a. Varying 33. Ans. a a. I x E x T/1000 d.) Electrical appliances are connected in parallel because it ______. Meet NEMA requirements 36.s b.) The definition of ambient temperature is _____. E x T 1000 b. Excess of electrons b. Results in reduced power loss c. c a.) Of the six ways of producing emf.) A negatively charged body has ______.) What relationship determines the efficiency of electrical equipment? Ans.) A fluorescent light that blinks “on” and “off” repeatly may in time ______. deficit of neutrons 37. d a. 1. Both active and reactive power are increased 35. The maximum heat the insulation can be used within 34. Excess of neutrons c. d a. E x I x T c. DC motors do not have speed control c. The va divided by the pf d. The insulation rating of the conductor c. High-voltage AC transmission is less efficient 46. Ans. Intermittent d. Prevent chemical reactions between the copper and the rubber c.) The voltage produced by electromagnetic induction is controlled by ____. Ans. The number of turns 43. Make the strands stronger b. Friction 42.) As the power factor of a circuit is increased ______. Chemical action d. Draws less current 39. a a.732 of peak 45. Is a simple circuit d. Effective c. Reactive power is decreased b. The size of the magnet d. b a. which method is used the least? Ans. Reactive power is increased d. High starting torque .) The AC system is preferred to the DC system because ______. Pressure b. The number of lines of flux cut per second b. Active power is decreased c. a a.) Tinning rubber insulated twisted cable is done to ______. a a. Ans. d a. Constant speed b.) DC series motors are used in applications where ____ is required. DC voltage cannot be used for domestic appliances b. Deficit of electrons d. AC voltages can be easily changed in magnitude d. 90 32. Cause the switch to wear out c. Ans. Ans. Makes the operation of appliances independent of each other b. the power input divided by the output b. The temperature of the area surrounding the conductor d. d a. E x T x ф/1000 41. Cause the wire to melt d. Reactive power is decreased b. Result in damage to the ballast 38. Ans.

b a. Voltage applied c. The life of a fluorescent bulb is affected by starting and stopping. d. I. Lon no-load speed d. II and III 2. c a. Greater b. c. The written consent of the authority having jurisdiction. Feeder demand factors are applicable to household electric ranges.) Basically all electric motors operate on the principle of repulsion or ______. b a. Given only once on one blueprint change request.) Which of the following is true? Ans. Resistance d. . II only c. Capacitance 48. c a. Ans. Flux required d.) Multiple start buttons in a motor control circuit are connected in _____. Torque applied 50. none of these 47. 8. Ans.) The armature current drown by any DC motor is proportional to the _______. 5. Fluorescent fixtures have a good power factor with the current leading the voltage. I only b. thermally II mechanically III chemically a. no marking tape permitted. none of these 6. c a. d a. Ans. b. d. 1 kilovolt c. both I and II d.) Special permission is _____. Induction c.) Which of the following is not true? Ans. Ans.) Resistance in a circuit may be ______. Resistance due to imperfect contact a. b a.) The greatest voltage drop in a circuit occur when the ______ the current flow through that part of the circuit. 1 megavolt d. c. Series-parallel d. Wooden plugs may be used for mounting electrical equipment in concrete. Change in voltage d. Joules c. b. c a.) resistance opposes the flow of current in a circuit and is measured in _____. all joints or splices must be electrically and mechanically secure before soldering. c a. neither I nor II 10. c.) A capacitor opposes ______. Both a change in voltage and current b.) Which of the following is not true? Ans. 1 millivolt b. Granted by the electrical foreman on the job. The high-leg conductor of a 4-wire delta is identified blue in color. Ohms d. II and III only d. Slower c. Verbal permission by the inspector. 3. 7. Parallel c. b a. Ans. Ans. Insulated conductors #6 or smaller shall be white or gray. I only b. c I. Ans. A green colored conductor can be used as an ungrounded circuit conductor. All receptacles on 15 and 20 amp branch circuits must be of the grounding type. room temperature has an affect on the operation of a fluorescent lamp. Magnetism b. The minimum size service permitted by the Code for a residence is 100 amps d. c a. Henrys 4. a a. Change in current c. 1 microvolt 9. d. Ans.) The electromotive force required to cause a current to flow may be obtained ____. none of these 49. d I. Lower Exam 3 1. resistance of the conductors II. Ans. b. Motor speed b. Faster d. b. The ungrounded conductor is connected to the screw shell of lampholder. Ans. I and III only c.) Which of the following is not true? Ans. Farads b. A fluorescent fixture is ore efficient than an incandescent fixture. c.c.) One million volts can also be expressed as _____. Series b.

12.5 b. Used in transmission lines over 100kv c. Limit the flow of electrons d.10 d. There is no difference 17. Circuits are grounded to limit excess voltage to ground. Ans. 180 c. d a. Ans. Turn on another circuit. The size of the conductor determines the rating of the circuit. c a. c. a a. Voltage c. Only a neutral will have equal potential to the ungrounded conductor. Work wasted b. Counterclockwise 18. Inter-pole d. b. c a. Ans. c. Splices and joints shall be covered with an insulation equivalent to the conductor insulation. Only a neutrals outer covering is white or natural gray.) The normal rotation of an induction motor is ___ facing the front of the motor. The current is said to lag the voltage in a circuit that has only capacitive reactance. Found in the western part of the U. Ans.) Unity power factor. Stator c. Conductors of different systems may not occupy the same enclosure.0 21.) A function of a relay is to _____.) What percentage of the maximum (peak) voltage is the effective (R. II and III only d. d. One built up of layers or iron sheets. b. Field 13. Produce thermal electricity c. Create a resistance in the field winding 19. Power factor is the phase displacement of current and voltage in and AC circuit.) How many kw hours are consumed by 25-60 watt light bulbs burning 5 hours in a 120v circuit? Ans. Ans. It is an electrical impossibility to have a circuit with only inductive reactance because the metallic wire has a resistance. b. Commutator b. Ans. copper II steel III wrought iron a. 1. c. 11. c. A tool used to test dielectric strength c.80 c.5 d. 1. Whenever current flows in the conductor. 20. 7. c a. c a.) A universal motor has brushes that ride on the _____. which means that the current is in phase with the voltage. Fixed d. A machine for converting mechanical energy into electrical energy. Knife switches should be mounted in a horizontal position. (The front of a motor is the end opposite the shaft).M. Rate at which work is performed d. A pole soaked in creosote d.) Rheostats and potentiometers are types of ____ resistors. d I. I and II only b.S) voltage? Ans.) The difference between a neutral and a grounded circuit conductor is _____. 23. 75 amps is a standard size d.M of a motor d.) Which of the following is not true? Ans.) A laminated pole is _____. d a.) Electrical power is a measure of _____. Clockwise b. 0. 0. d. provided the wire is made of magnetic material. would be ______.) Which of the following is/are generally used for field magnets? Ans.) A dynamo is ______. II and III 16. 15. Total work performed 25. Only if the conductor is formed into a loop.50 b.b. Ans. 0. 75 14. Only a neutral carries unbalanced current d.S. which might occur from lighting or exposure to other higher voltage source. Only when the wire carries a large current. A meter used for checking the R. b a.) A magnetic field is created around a conductor ______. Whenever current flows in the wire. b. b. Ans. film b. A pole line insulator b. d a. 24.P. a a. b. I and III only c. c a. All 15 and 20 amp receptacles installed in a dwelling bathroom shall have GFCE protection.A. b . c. a a. The voltage of a circuit is the greatest effective difference of potential that exists between any two conductors of a circuit. stamped from sheet metal and insulated. I. d. b a. Wirewound 22. Ans. variable c. Ans.) Which of the following is true? Ans.

PVC shall have a minimum burial depth o 24” d. A transformer with a common conductor. Four times as great c.7% d. Use on different sizes of pipe . Ans. II only c. A ditching machine b. All AC phase wires. Treat it as a series circuit b. The inter-poles of a generator c. none of these 30. 57. Resistance d. induction motors II synchronous motors III. The total current in a parallel circuit is the sum of the branch currents. behind the magnetizing flux which produces it. c a. 37. b.) A commutator is ______. Ans.) The electric pressure of a circuit would be the ______. you can turn pipe using one hand II use in a tight corner III.) If a 240 volt heater is used on 120 volts. I. b a. Treat it as a parallel circuit 35. Lag bolt c. 70.) Permeability is ______ Ans. both I and II 34. 28. a a.) Which of the following about a strap wrench is/are true? Ans. Ans. either I or II d. b.) Which of the following is not true? Ans. 29. Twice as great b. Fluorescent lights a.) In solving series-parallel circuits. you have a short in the grounded conductor a. Voltage b. EMT may be threaded b. c. there is more than one path for the current flow. Ans. Wattage 33.7% c. Expansion bolt d. the same 39. Wattage 31. Ans. d. neutral and equipment grounding conductors if used. A measure of the ease with which magnetism passes through any substances. b a. II and III 27. generally you would ______. The screw shell of a lampholder may support a fixture weighting 6 pounds. b. b a.) Which of the following is true? Ans. Toggle bolt 38. must be installed in the same raceways. d I. d a. c. Amperage c.) The Wheatstone bridge method is used for accurate measurements of ______. The total resistance of a parallel circuit is less than the smallest resistor in the circuit.) When a circuit breaker is in the OPEN position ______. Assume that all loads are equal d. The lagging of magnetism. Ans. The “white” colored conductor connected to the silver colored post on a duplex receptacle on a 120v two-wire branch circuit is called the “neutral” conductor. I only b. c a.) Which of the following is not true? Ans. Ans.) A low factor is commonly caused by ______. III only b. The opposite of impedance d. 32. Resistance d. Wooden plug b. c. Ans. II and III only c. d. c. 36. d. Reduce it to its simplest form c. The total resistance to current flow. 100% b. d.a. The opposite of conductance b. c. Amperage c. Conduit painted with enamel cannot be used outdoors. A device for causing the alternating currents generated in the armature to flow in the same direction in the external circuit. the amount of heat produced will be _____.7% 26. The liquid substance in a battery. a a. c I. In a parallel circuit. ¼ as much d. Equal currents flow in the branches of parallel circuits. c I. I and III only d. Plastic water pipe is approved to be used for electrical conduit. EMT raceway can be installed in an air conditioning-space heating duct. Voltage b. d a. c a. you have a short in the ungrounded conductor II. The tool used to read the specific gravity of a battery.) To fasten a box to a terra cotta wall you should use which of the following? Ans.) Hysteresis is ______. 63. c a. in a magnetic metal.

1 b. Δ c. Ans. II and III 46.) Electrical current is measured in terms of ______. A branch circuit can never be supplied through an autotransformer. at rated secondary voltage or not in excess of 105% of the rated value. 125 48. The losses of the autotransformer are less than those of a two-coil transformer. Series-shunt c. They can only be used for copper conductor. both I and II d. neither I nor II 44. Ans.) An autotransformer has ______. the flux is used to ______. Autotransformers may be used as starting compensators for AC motors. 3 d. Ans. Σ b. Exam 4 1. Piezoelectricity 42. 4 43. b a. II and III 40. Y 49. 80 c. I only b. c. I.) The transferring of electrons from one material to another would be ______. 45. a. Ans. Ans. Ans.) A minimum thickness of _____ inch/inches of concrete over conduits and raceways should be used to prevent cracking. a a. Ans. b. Resistance 2. Electrons passing a point per second c.M. II only c. 100 d. a . I only b. difference of potential between any two conductors. II only c.) One of the disadvantages of indenter or crimp connection is ______. a a. b a. c I thermal II pressure a.) Wire connectors are generally classified as ____ type(s).) A stop switch is wired _______ in a motor circuit. I. d. That special tools are required to make the joint c.) When soldering a joint. The potential between two conductors. temperature of the surrounding cooling air at no time exceeding 40degree C (104degree F) and average temperature of the surrounding cooing air during any 24-hour period not exceeding 30degree C. Parallel 3. b a. Ans. Maintain a tight connection 41.) The voltage of a circuit is best defined as ______. b a. 47. Ans.S.a. Electron pressure b. They must be re-crimped at each annual maintenance inspection. 25 b. d a. Keep the surface clean c. 2 c. Watts d. Ans. a a. II only c. d I. Solar electricity d. at rated frequency III. b.) The usual service conditions under which a transformer should be able to carry its rated load are ______. Ans. b a. The greatest difference of potential between two conductors c. Series b. ф d. II. The effective difference of potenctial between two conductors. III only d. c a. b. Eventually they will loosen d. Series-parallel d. Ans. The average R.) Which of the following is not true? Ans. An autotransformer may be used as part of the ballast for lighting circuits. Keep the wire cool b. Lubricate the joint d. d.) The symbol for a wye connection is ______.) Conductors supplying two or more motors shall have an ampacity equal to the sum of the full load current rating of all the motors plus ____% of the highest rated motor in the group. Static electricity c. III only d. Electrochemistry b. I only b.

Average d. Ans. none of these . b a. Ans. Ans. II and III 14. Ans. Effective 9. c a. brick or tile walls are considered as being _____. Fuse c.) The service conductors between the terminals of the service equipment and a point usually outside the building. 80% 13. c a.) An overcurrent protective device with a circuit opening fusible part that is heated and severed by the passage of overcurrent through it is called a ______. Average d. Surface-mounted 7.) Insulated non-metallic boxes are made of _____. Service equipment d.) A corroded electrical connection ______. clear of building walls where joined by tap or splice to the service drop is called the _____. Ans. Ans. Increases the resistance at the connection d. b a. Peak c. Across from the shower 11. Within 36” of outside edge of basin d. 3 d.) An autotransformer has _____. polyvinyl chloride II. Insulators c. Decreases the resistance of the connection c. 2 c. Thermal overload 16.) Tungsten-filament lamps can be used on ______ circuits. 70% b. current-limiter b. Isolated b. this means the meter is reading the ______. DC c. Decreases the voltage drop b. Ans. One coil b. Four coils 4. Lighting d. c a. Increases the ampacity at the connection 8.) An Ac ammeter of voltmeter is calibrated to read RMS values. Adjacent tot eh toilet c. 1 b. Grounded d. Bakelite III bower-barf lacquer a. I. Ans. Wall-mounted c.) On a delta three-phase four-wire secondary. Circuit breaker d. One coil b. c I.) A block is a symbol for a _____panel. a a. none of these 15. b a. I and II only d. Ans. four coil 5.) Concrete.) It shall be permissible to apply a demand factor of ___to the nameplate-rating load of four or more appliances fastened in place served by the same feeder in a dwelling. 60% d. I only b. how many hot wires may use the common neutral? Ans. AC b. 75% c. Three coils d. d a. II only c. Maximum b.) An AC ammeter or voltmeter is calibrated to read RMS values:. Effective 10. Two coil c. c a. 4 12. this means the meter is reading the _______.a. Maximum b. Dry locations 6. c a. Ans. Ans. three coil d. Ans. Service-entrance conductor c. d a. AC and DC d. Power b.)The location of a wall receptacle outlet in the bathroom of a dwelling shall be installed _____. b a. Service drop b. two coil c. The Code does not specify the location b. Peak c.

According to the N. 10-32 x 3/4 c. Nickel d. Which resistor will consume the most power? Ans. Cross-cut saw 27. regardless of local code d. Ans. Ans. with one hand after the chain is around the conduit II. II and III 19. a a. Ans.17. No. b a.E. a a. Yes. b a. Yes. Work at a slow pace b. c.) Which of the following machine screws has the smallest diameter? Ans. c a. Circular saw b. 460 d. c a.) Which of the following is the best type of saw to use to cut a 3” diameter hoe through ½” plywood? Ans.E. Protection c. d a.) If you needed to know the provisions for the installation of stationary storage batteries. Ans. I.) A 3 ohms.) To cut rigid conduit you should ______. 25 d. 23.) Is it permissible to install direct current and alternating current conductors in the same outlet box? Ans. 10-24 x 3/8 28. d a. Zinc 26. Insulation d.) Which of the following is the most important factor contributing to an electricians safety on the job? Ans.) Electrical equipment shall be installed ______. 180 30. a 9 ohms and a 12 ohms resistor are connected in parallel. Use a cold chisel and ream the ends c. 445 c.) Conductors shall not be installed in locations where the operating temperature will exceed that specified for the type of _____ used. Never be late for break 29. According to the local Code when less stringent than the N.E.) A fixture that weighs more than _____ pounds shall be supported independently of the outlet box. 45 c. Ans. 8-32 x ½ d.)A one-quarter bend in a raceway is equivalent to an angle of ______ degrees. 90 b. Always wear leather gloves c. 6-32 x 1 b. 25 b. Part of the load voltage 24. a a. According to the local Code when more stringent than the N. 3 . a a. you would refer to Article _____ of the Code. I and II only b. if insulated for the maximum voltage of any conductor b. if the ampacity is the same for both conductors d. order it cut to size 20. c a. 35 d. Lead b. Better than the minimum Code allows b. Wiring 25. never c.) Galvanized conduit has a finish exterior and interior of _____.C.) A chain wrench can be used ______. Yes. Be alert at all times d. Ans. A percentage of the applied voltage c. 480 18. A function of insulation d.C. II and III only d. 50 21. I and III only c. b a. 30 c. Connectors b. Ans. a 6 ohms. Use hack saw and ream the ends d. Saber saw c. in confined places and close to walls III. d I. d a. Ans. Copper c. Hack saw d.) Voltage drop in a wire is ______. Use 3-wheel pipe cutter b.C. for all sizes of conduit a. in dry places 22. Ans. 225 b. The wire resistance times the voltage b.

coated with an inhibitor d.) Electricians should be familiar with the rules and regulations of their job mainly to ______. d a. a a. 53 d. Square d.) The best way to lay out a 40 foot long straight line on a floor is to _______. 12 31. 26 1/8” c. d a. d a. Level 36. 7 3/16” and 5 ¼” is ? Ans. Ans. 10 b. 60 39.) Service drop conductors not in excess of 600 volts shall have a minimum clearance of _______ feet over residential property and driveways. 28 7/8” d. Ans. Ans. c a. Ans. Ans. Twisted together tightly c. with or without accessories. 6 c. Ans.) Silver is used on electrical contacts to _______. 9 d. Ans. 250 d. 6 ohms. Use a steel measuring tape with dark crayon b. Cleaned inside and out b. Ans. Plumb bob b. Use a long 2x4 and a lead pencil d. 45 c.) The total of the following numbers 8 5/8”. Eliminate overtime b. Ans. Use a soft brass hammer to strike a soft brass surface.) A fusestat is different than the ordinary plug fuse because a fusestat ______. 6 ¼”.) Before using rubber gloves when working on high voltage equipment the gloves should be _____. 3 b.) What Article of the NEC refers to grounding? Ans.) When conduit or tubing nipples having a maximum length not to exceed 24” are installed between boxes they shall be permitted to be filled _______ percent of its total cross-sectional area. d. 27 5/16” b. 9 ohms and 12 ohms resistor are connected in series The resistor that will consume the most power is the ____ohm. Sanded 41. c. 37. 18 38. Ans. c a. a a. 12 42. 40 c. Avoid corrosion b.) Stranded wire should be _______ before being placed under a screw head. 12 c. 9 d. Use a plumb bob with long string c. Use a chalk line 33. 6 c.) To determine if the raceway is truly vertical an electrician would be use a _______. 15 d. d a. Tinned b. Oiled inside and out d. 50 d.b. Ans. Strike a hardened steel surface with a hardened steel hammer. Save time 35. Transit level c. b. a a. 31 b. 300 43. c a. 230 b.) In order to prevent a safety hazard an electrician should never ______. Brand new 40. Use a soft iron hammer to strike a hardened steel surface. none of these 44. Improve continuity d. c a. b a. Tested to withstand the high voltage c. 240 c. Strike a soft iron surface with a hardened steel hammer. c . Perform their duties properly d. Increase wages c. 60 32. 35 b.) A 3 ohms.b a. shall be permitted to be supported by outlet boxes identified for such use. and those commercial areas not subject to truck traffic. Improve appearance 34. Improve efficiency c.) Listed ceiling (paddle) fans that do not exceed _______ pounds in weight.

d a. Check the ground rod connection first b. you would use a _____ stone. Copper-clad aluminum d. A stator thermocouple 4. One or more rooms with space for eating. none of these 48. Has left-hand threads c.) A conduit body is _____. The fuse is replaced with a 20 amp fuse and the fuse blows when the switch is turned on. c a. is _____. Too much pressure on the bit d. Ans. Order it cut to size 3. A voltmeter c. I only b. Ans.33 d. b a. d a. Check the circuit for a problem 46. mistake 5. surrounded by a ______ which will prevent persons from accidentally contacting energized parts.1875 c.) Where the conductor material is not specified in the Code. A standard 10 foot length of conduit c. d a. d I. b a. One or more rooms used as a housekeeping unit and having permanent cooking and sanitation provisions 7.) Locknuts are sometimes used in making electrical connections on studs. Two-gang switch c. Has different size threads d.) The voltage lost across a portion of a circuit is called the ______. Ans. Fence II housing or case a. Rubber b.) To cut rigid conduit you should _______. Power factor c.) To sharpen an electricians knife. One unit of an apartment b. Use a cold chisel and ream the ends c. Double-pole switch b. Voltage drop . Ans. Make it difficult to tamper with the connection c.) A fuse on a 20 amp branch circuit has blown. 0. 0. Rosin d. II or III 8. Use a hacksaw and ream d. A “LB” or “T” or similar fitting 6.25 b. Ans. Copper 9. b a.) The decimal equivalent of 3/16” is _____. Use a 3-wheel pipe cutter b.a. Ans. Has an aluminum screwshell 45. Ans. Be able to connect several wires to one stud b. and sleeping d.) Enclosed means. Change to a circuit breaker c. living. The electrician should ______. A wattmeter b. d a. I. Make a tighter connection d.)In the course of normal operation the instrument which will be least effective in indicating that a generator may overheat because it is overloaded.) Two switches in one box under one face-plate is called a ______. b a. II only c. In these cases the purpose of the locknuts is to ______. the most likely cause for breaking a drill bit would be _____. Carborundum c.) When drilling into a steel I-beam. Too much cutting oil on bit Exam 5 1. 5. A sealtight enclosure d. A cast fitting such as an FD or FS box b. Power loss b. c a. Bakelite 47. Install a 30 amp fuse d. c a. Too slow a drill speed c. Prevent the connection from loosening under vibration 2. Bus bars b. Ans. III only d. Ans. d a. One or more rooms used by one or more persons c. The drill bit is too dull b.) A dwelling unit is ______. 2-way switch d. Ans. the conductors are assumed to be ______. Aluminum c. An ammeter d. Ans. Ans. Doesn’t have threads b. Ans. wall II.

Ans. Could 22.) Batteries supply ___ current. b a. Ans. Contact the supervisor 18.) An alternation is _______. c a. Ans.) To increase the range of an AC ammeter which one of the following is most commonly used? Ans. Ans. Chapter 8 17. 21.) The connection of a ground clamp to a grounding electrode shall be ______. b a. piezoelectricity d. Wattage 11. One-half cycle b. Longevity d. c a.) Which of the following is not one of the considerations that must be evaluated in judging equipment? Ans. I only b. c. Ans. d a. II only c. Contro-spansion 14. Resistance b. Negative c. One hertz c. Ans. thermoelectricity 13. Chapter 5 c. Wire-bending and connection space b.) What is the function of a neon glow tester? Ans. real power II. Determines if circuit is AC or DC a.) Mandatory rules of the Code are identified by the use of the word ________.d. Inductive reactance exceeds the capacitive reactance in the circuit. A straight shunt (not U-shaped) . An inductance d.) In a series circuit _____ is common.) The current will lead the voltage when _____.) What chapter in the Code is Mobile Homes referred to? Ans. Ans. Chapter 3 b. Reactance exceeds the resistance in the circuit. III only d. b a. In sight 20. b. Are sure the power is turned off c. Determines if circuit is alive II. Current c. Visible c. Thermal fittings c. a I. Arcing effects c.) Never approach a victim of an electrical injury until you _______. I. A current transformer b. Should b. Have a first-aid kit d. Readily accessible d. II and III 19.) Electron flow produced by means of applying pressure to a material is called ______. c a. I. Apparent va 10. a a. Expansion joints d. II and III 16. Ans. Voltage d. One alternator d. Power factor a. Electrochemistry c. A condenser c. Determines polarity of DC circuits III. I only b. a a. d. Find a witness b. Resistance exceeds the reactance in the circuit. Accordion joints b. Apparent power if PF is not in unity III. Ans. Ans. Photo conduction b. Direct c. Alternating 12. a a. Electrical Insulation 23. Capacitive reactance exceeds the inductive reactance in the circuit. III only d.) Raceways shall be provided with ______ to compensate for thermal expansion and contraction. II only c. Two cycles 15. b a. Must d. Accessible b. Shall c. d I. Chapter 6 d. c a.) A wattmeter indicates _______. Positive b.

Ans.) The definition of ampacity is _______. Increases as the length of the wire increases 28. DC d. uninsulated II. Sealtight d. Induction 31. mat. Dampness a.) The resistance of a circuit may vary due to ______. neither I nor II 36. Open-circuited d. both I and II d. Ans. Decreases as the diameter of the wire decreases c. if covered a. II only c. Change in current d. Greenfield c. The current-carrying capacity expressed in amperes. a a. The voltage and current appear at their zero and peak values at the same time a. II and III 32. Ans. Service 29. neither I nor II 33. I only b. the circuit impedance has only resistance II. Intermittent operation in which the load conditions are regularly recurrent. Ans.) Grounding conductors running with circuit conductors may be _______. AC c. c. Fully charged b. Short-circuited c. d I. The current in amperes a conductor can carry continuously under the conditions of use without exceeding its temperature rating. a a. c I. Ans. Switchboard . Ans. A load where the maximum current is expected to continue for one hour or more.) Enclosed knife switches that require the switch to be open before the housing door can be opened.) A _______ is an enclosure designed either for surface or flush mounting and provided with a frame. Air-break c. BX b. High voltages are readily obtainable with ____ currents. d. c a. a. Increases as the diameter of the wire increases d. A load where the maximum current is expected to continue for three hours or more. 35. wetness II. b a. I. III only d. Ans. The current-carrying capacity of conductors expressed in volt-amps b. The current-carrying capacity of conductors expressed in wattage. both I and II d. Ans. Ans. Carrier 26.)Continuous duty is ______. c. d a. d a.24. d a. Release b.) For voltage and current to be in phase _______. 34. c a. 50 b. I only b.) Two 500 watt lamps connected in series across a 110volt line draws 2 amperes. Ans. Continuous green with yellow stripe. Change in voltage c. II only c. A loose connection b.) The resistance of a copper wire to the flow of electricity ______. 1000 27. b. I only b. d. c I. Ans. Romex 30. it is a good indication that the condenser is ______.) To transmit power economically over considerable distances. A continuous green III. Cutout box d. Operation at a substantially constant load for an indefinitely long time. Fully discharged 25. II only c. 150 c. Decreases as the length of the wire increases b. Ans. Rectified b. Panelboard c. b a.) A location classified as dry may be temporarily subject to ______. or trim in which a swinging door or doors are or may be hung. it is necessary that the voltages be high. Safety d. 220 d.) A type of cable protected by a spiral metal cover is called ______ in the field.) If a test lamp lights when placed in series with a condenser and a suitable source of DC. The total power consumed is _____ watts. Cabinet b.

) With respect to fluorescent lamps it is correct to state _______. Use enough heat to make the solder flow freely b. Cut down the amount of conduit needed c. Ans. The filaments seldom burns out b. none of these 49. given a higher ampacity c. Grounded conductor c. Prevent the braid from fraying 44. Ans. Make a neater job d. An overloaded circuit d.) When using a #14-2 with ground Romex. Ans. 3000 c. Save time in making the splice c. none of these 39. Overcurrent device d. Oil d. Make wire pulling easier 43.) A ______ stores energy in much the same manner as a spring stores mechanical energy.) An overcurrent trip unit of a circuit shall be connected in series with each ______. d a. Allow more room for the splice b. Ungrounded conductor 50. Acid c. 3-wire b.) A tester using an ordinary light bulb is commonly used to test _____. 3-phase. none of these 38. Better for higher voltages b. Condenser d. Equipment d. Water b. Ans. Ans. 2-wire 41. Ans.) ______ lighting is a string of outdoor lights suspended between two points. Will not c. Pole b. stranded wire of the same gauge size is ______. Ans. Hold the brush in the holder 47. Ans. Ans. b a. 6000 d.) As compared with solid wire. Coil c. Ans. the ground ______ carry current under normal operation. Their efficiency is less than the efficiency of incandescent light bulbs 48. c a. 4-wire c. Avoid the possible flattening of the conduit when making the bend b. For polarity of a DC circuit c. d a.) A 15 ohm resistance carrying 20 amperes of current uses ______ watts of power. Will sometimes d. Festoon c. Ans. Ans.) Rubber insulation on an electrical conductor would quickly be damaged by continuous contact with _______. it is least important to ______. b a. Make a good electrical connection d. Decrease the danger of nicking the wire d. Clean the wires carefully c. For grounds on 120 volts circuits 46. Ans. Easier to skin d.) To make a good soldered connection between two stranded wires. Apply solder to each strand before twisting the two wires together. Compensate for wear b. Whether a circuit is AC or DC b. single-phase. Will b.) The most important reason for using a condulet-type fitting in preference to making a bend in a one inch conduit is to _____. Supply the proper brush tension c. 42. Alkali 45. b a.37. c a. a a. d a.) Pigtails are used on brushes to ______. Transformer b. d a. d a. Resistor b. c a. 2-phase. The starters and tunes must be replaced at the same time c.) When skinning a small wire. c a. 300 b. Twist the wires together before soldering d. 3-wire d. 3-phase.) The type of AC system commonly used to supply both commercial light and power is the _______. Ans. c a. They are easier to install than incandescent light bulbs d. the insulation should be “penciled down” rather than cut square to ______. Larger in total diameter 40. Outline Exam 6 .

Lubricate the coils 8. In AWG or in circular mils c. Where used. Position the person to a sitting position b. II only c. c a. the neutral III. Prevent breakdown due to friction b. Half round b. Carbon d. IV only 2. Ans. Fractional horsepower universal motors have brushes usually made of ______. 1. 30 d. Temperature a. Megger 3. II or III 4. Water and apply Vaseline d.) Conductor sizes are expressed ______. I only b.) Receptacles installed on _______ ampere branch circuits shall be of the grounding type. Copper strands b.) A type of motor that will not operate on DC is the _____. Amperage III.) Fractional horsepower universal motors have brushes usually made of ______. c a. Only in circular mils b. Mica c. Clips identified for this use a. In diameter or area d. Thin wire rings 9. they shall be so arranged as to avoid heating the surrounding metal by induction. Ans. a a. voltage II. c a. Apply artificial respiration immediately d. I and II only . Mill 7.) Something that would effect the ampacity of a conductor would be ______. Length IV. I. Ans. Vinegar and apply a wet dressing c.) Fixtures supported by the framing members of suspended ceiling systems shall be securely fastened to the ceiling framing member by mechanical means such as _______. b a. Thin wire rings 11. Iron c. Squirrel cage 13.) Alternating currents may be increased or decreased by means of a ______.) If a co-workers is burned by acid from a storage battery. Mica c. d I. 40 14. Cover the person and keep the person warm c. Ans. Iodine and leave it open to the air b. I only b.) Oil is used in many large transformer to ______. b a. Tubular d. Ans. the proper first aid treatment is to wash with _____.) Which has the highest electrical resistance? Ans. Check the rungs of the ladder 10. Carbon d. Lye and apply a dry bandage 12. Ans. b a. Cool and insulate the transformer d. Dynamo d. Motor b. Brass b. Ans. d I. d a. Ans. II only c. 25 c.) Where conductors carrying alternating current are installed in metal enclosures or metal raceways. in AWG or millimeters 6. III only d.)When administering first aid to a worker suffering from fright as a result of falling from a ladder the most important thing to do is _____. 15 and 20 b. Ans. Lubricate the core c. Rivets III. III only d. Ans. bolts or screws II. Ans. Copper strands b. which one is not a type of file? Ans. Transformer c. c a. I only b. c a.) Of the following. Bastard c. Ans. d a. all phase conductors II. Water d. Short shunt c. Series b. d I. Paper 5. All equipment grounding conductors a. Long shunt compound d. to accomplish this ____ shall be grouped together.

Ans. Core loss b. I only b. d a. Carries the unbalanced current 21. b I. Plaster a. Part of a wiring system that is intended primarily to perform a mechanical function 20. Noncorrosive 24. Ans.) A(an) ______ changes AC to DC. Ans. d a. Rectifier 16. Current c. c a. b a. Temperature of the electrolyte b. temperature II.) The main purpose of using a cutting fluid when threading conduit is to ______. Has 70% applied for a household clothes dryer for a branch circuit c. Stationary 22. Specific gravity 27. It is free of shorts and unintentional grounds c.) Rosin is preferable to acid as a flux for soldering wire because rosin is ______. Exciting current c. d I. Voltage b. Prevent the formation of rust b. I. Current strength a. It will withstand a hy-pot test 23. I only b.) Of the following.) A steel measuring tape is undesirable for use around electrical equipment. A better conductor c. Dwelling-unit c. II only . Primary voltage 28. the most important point to watch in the operation of transformers is the _______. Ans. It meets the current-carrying requirements of the load b. I. d a. Pulling cable into a confined area c. Electric III heat a. Fastened in place b. Ans. Fixed d. Ans. Temperature d. To be suitable or proper area d. d I. wooden plugs driven into holes in ______ shall not be used. A dry powder b. Ans. Never apply ampacity corrections d.) Utilization equipment is equipment which utilizes _____ energy for mechanical. Part of a wiring system that is intended primarily to perform an electrical function b. Alternator d. A nonconductor d. Improve the finish of the thread d. Ans. II and III 25. d a. magnetic effect 17. operating by its own mechanism when actuated by some impersonal influence. Shock hazard c. the best indication of the condition of the charger of a lead acid battery is the ______. chemical. Resistance d. The least important reason is the ______. Danger of entanglement in rotating machines b. I.) In general. Battery b. Prevent the formation of electrolytic pockets 26.) _______ is the ability of a material to permit the flow of electrons. I only b.) When mounting electrical equipment. It is acceptable to Code compliance authorities d.) The neutral conductor _______. Capacitor c. Concrete III. masonry II. d a. II and III 15. d a. d a. Ans. Level of the electrolyte c. I and II only c. d a. I and III only d. Ans.) A fitting is ______. Wash away the metal chips c. Is always the “white” grounded conductor b.) Automatic is self-acting. Open circuit cell voltage d. Ans. II and III 19. II only c. III only d. Pressure III. II only d. Ans. Short circuit hazard d. chemical II. Ans. Conductance 18. Ans.c.) All wiring must be installed so that when completed ______.) An appliance that is not easily moved from one place to another in normal use is a _______ appliance. c a. such as a change in ______.

III only d. II or III 29. Stillson 42. Heater cord insulation c. Burn more brightly d. Disabling d. Mechanically interlocked d. Ans. At the meter a. Fail by insulation breakdown b. Ans. all of these 39. Ans.) For maximum safety the magnetic contactors used for reversing the direction of rotation of a motor should be ______. a a. b a. Ans. Box end b. d a.) A fellow electricians is not breathing after receiving an electrical shock.) A light bulb usually contains ________. a a. the bulb will ______. d a. Have a longer life c.) The instrument that would prove least useful in testing for opens. and shorts after the wiring has been completed is the _____. Inside a building III. c a.) A set of lights switched from three different places can be controlled by ______ switches. Strap d.) Critical burns are potentially _______. Ans. outside a building II. Start artificial respiration immediately b. Ans. Switchboard panels 30. Consume less power 34. Excessive tension in the fuse clips b. 2 single-pole d. I only b. Either a vacuum or gas 37. d a. a probable cause is ______. grounds. Electrically and mechanically interlocked 32. Avoid excessive starting current d. c a.c. I. Two 3-way and one 4-way b. Ohmmeter . Ans.) The service disconnecting means shall be installed _______. four pole 40. c a. Ans. the most important thing for you to do is ______.) Large squirrel cage induction motors are usually started at a voltage considerably lower than the line voltage to_______. either I or II 38. Voltmeter b. Permit starting under full load c. c a. the bulb will ______. Life-threatening b. Ans. Burn more brightly d. Ans. Move the person to a window d. Have a longer life c. Strain insulators d. Ans. Curved c. disfiguring c. II only c. Rating of the fuse is too low c. Operated from independent sources b. Fail by insulation breakdown b.) If a fuse becomes hot under normal load. d I. H2O d. Cummutator bar separators b. III only d. Ammeter c. Broken 36. Two 3-way and one 2-way c. Insufficient pressure at the fuse clips d. Air b. d a.) If the voltage on a light bulb is increased 10%.) If the voltage on a light bulb is increased 10%. Ans. Dotted b. Consume less power 35. but is no longer in contact with the electricity. a a. Rating of the fuse is too high 31. Chain c. Electrically interlocked c. Cover the person and keep warm c.) All edges that are invisible should be represented in a drawing by lines that are ______. a a. Obtain a low starting speed 33. Allow the rotor current to build up gradually b. Ans. Neon c. Ans.) Mica is commonly used in electrical construction for _______.) A wrench you would not use to connect rigid metal conduit is a _______ wrench. Remove the persons shoes 41. solid d.

c a. II only . National Safety Council c. Wood yardstick d. Overall diameter c. Insulation resistance b. Double-pole. Strength of wire b. Does not absorb much moisture d. d. Ans. Is less expensive c. Is easier to use 3. Ans. Will not deteriorate with age 2. Copper losses c. Sustained overload 49. Relay c. I. Strength d. to avoid damage to the auxiliary blade by the arc. Is portable b. double-throw d. Can be recharged d. double-throw b. c a.) When thermal overload relays are used for the protection of polyphase induction motors. Equivalent resistance of the transformer 47. Weight per foot b. Ans. b a. d a. Wattage b. c. Ans.) The least desireable device for measuring an electrical cabinet containing live equipment is a _______. Single-pole. Open it slowly sot that there will not be a flashover at the contacts. Heater 46. Square inch area of the insulation d. II and III b. their primary purpose is to protect the motors in case of ______.) A lighting fixture is to be controlled independently from two different locations.) The purpose of a clip clamp is to ______. Reversal of phases in the supply d. Megger 43. c a. Make it possible to use cartridge fuses of a smaller size than that for which the fuses and the fuse clips III. National Electrical Manufacturers Association d. Is good for extreme temperatures c.) The advantage of using a storage battery rather than a dry cell is the storage battery _____. Turns-ration c.d. single-throw c. d a. 6’ wooden ruler b. Ans.) The proper way to open a knife switch carrying a heavy load is to ______.) An advantage that rubber insulation has is that it ______. Underwriters Lab b. Double-pole. National Fire Protection Association Exam 7 1. The type of switch required in each of the two locations is a _______. b a. Ans. Ans. d a. b.) The relationship of a transformer primary winding to the secondary winding is expressed in ______. 48. Cross sectional area of the wire c. Ans. this number specifies the : Ans. Iron losses d. 10watts” would generally apply to a ______. Plastic ruler c. Resistor d. Open it with care. d a. b I.) The rating “1000 ohms. Low line voltage c. Is not damaged by oil b.) When the size # 12 of a stranded wire is referred to.) A stranded wire is given the same size designation as a solid wire if it has the same _______.) The National Electrical Code is sponsored by the _______. Ans. c a. prevent the accidental removal of the fuse due to vibration a. Voltage 5. d a. Ans. I only c. Transformer b. Ans. Open it with a jerk so as to quickly break any arc. Current d. short circuit between phases b.) The open circuit test on a transformer is a test for measuring its ______. c a. Cross-sectional area 44. single-throw 45. 12’ steel tape 4. Ans. ensure good contact between II. The pounds per square inch 6. Tie a 5 foot rope on the switch handle and stand clear of the switch. Single-pole.

) So constructed or protected that exposure to the weather will not interfere with successful operation is _____.) An electrician should not wear shoes that have sponge rubber soles while working mainly because they ______. c a. II only c. Zinc c.) The transformer output is measured by ______. c a. Turn off when not in use d. they are pencil-stripped to prevent _______. Use at a higher than rated voltage b. I. Build up the insulation to the minimum thickness required c. Other 12. The switch shall be mounted so that the blade hinge is at the bottom II. 24 teeth per inch d. Nicks in the wire d. Tube saw b. d a. Allow for possible resistance drop c.) Galvanized conduit is made of _______. Are easily punctured when stepping on a nail 16. I only b. Protect the rubber tape d. c a. Use at a lower than rated voltage c.) The frame of a motor is usually positively grounded to ______. Volts b. b a.) Which of the following hacksaw blades should be used for the best results in cutting EMT? Ans. 12 teeth per inch b. Keyhole saw c. d.) A hacksaw with fine teeth used to cut raceways is commonly called a _______.) When wrapping a splice with both rubber and friction tape. c a. Ans. Ans.) One mega ohm is the equivalent of ______. d I. In order to ______. 15 b.) When re-routing conduit. Ans. Ans. Nickel d. Protect from lightning 14. I only b. a a. 100 ohms b. 100 000 ohms d. Ans.) The rating of the largest size regular plug fuse is ______ amperes.) On smaller gauges of wire. Ans. a a. Wear out too quickly b. 32 teeth per inch 18. I and II only d. 1 000 000 ohms 11. I and II only 7. Ans. Lead 13. a a. Iron b. weather proof II raintight III. d a. a I. 18 teeth per inch c. it may be necessary to increase the wire size. Watts 17. Ans. the main purpose of the friction tape is to ______. Provide extra insulation b. The supply side of the circuit shall be connected to the bottom of the switch a. Ans. Are not waterproof c. Protect against shock b. Remove the static currents c. Loosening of the wire-nut c. II only c. 60 20. Volt-amps d. 30 d. c a. if the distances is greater.) Which of the following statements about mounting single-throw knife switches in a vertical position is (are) correct? Ans. Account for current drop b. Are not insulated d. Watertight a. d a. 1 000 ohms c. Ans. Neither I nor II 9. Over stripping b. Provide a waterproof seal 15. Amps c. 20 c. Sabre saw d. Provide 115 volts d. Ans. Account for ampacity 10.)To increase the life of an incandescent light bulb you could _______. II and III 19. Compensate for voltage drop d. Both I and II d. Use at a higher wattage 8. Ans. Crosscut saw .

Router bit c. Phase angle 33. Fuse c. Start artificial respiration immediately d. I only b. Watts b. Reamer 29. Hickey d.) The letters DPDT are used to identify a type of ______.) You shouldn’t use a file without a handle because ______. 1/8” b. A neutron b. 200 d. Dazed. Remove the victim from contact by using a dry stick or dry rope b. The file will cut too deep d.) Electrician’s diagonal lineman pliers should not be used to cut ______.) The name of the tool commonly used for bending small size conduit is a ______. Ans. c a. Ans. Wattage 34. Foot candles c.00010” 32. Resistance b. d I. a I. 0. c a. c a.) The difference of electrical potential between two conductors of a circuit is the: Ans.000001” c. Treat for burns c. The user may be injured c. confused behavior a.) An electron is ______.) The brightness of an incandescent lamp is rated in ______. Copper-clad wire 30. Ans. Lumens 23.21. neither I nor II c. II only c. Insulation b. I. Ans. Henry 28. Both I and II b. a a. 2000 c.) If the primary winding of a 10 to 1 step down transformer has 20000t turns. b a. 0. 0. The smallest part of an atom with a negative charge 25. II or III 26. And fro use by insurance inspectors a. Ans. II only 27. The file is hard to hold b.) This CODE is intended to be suitable for mandatory application by governmental bodies exercising legal jurisdiction over ______. Frequency c. b a. d a.) The term “hertz” means _____ Ans. d a. Volt-amps d. b a. d a. 200000 b. Growler b. Degrees d. Ans. Shut off power within 10 minutes 31. A proton d. Motor d. Ans. Auger bit b. irregular or absent pulse III. Voltage d.)The signals of electrical injury may include ______.001” d. c a. Ans. An orbiting particle c. Car rental company b.) When cutting holes in masonry which of the following tools is most commonly used? Ans. Steel wire d. the secondary winding should have _____ turns. electrical installations II. 20 24. Ans. Copper wire c. c a. Aluminum wire b. Improper filing stroke 22. Switch . unconsciousness II. Ans. Mandrel c.) One of the following is the first thing to do when a person gets an electric shock and is still in contact with the supply: Ans. Star drill d. Amperage c. III only d. I only d.) A “mil” measures ______. Weak.

Wooden plugs d. An ammeter b. I and II only c. the ______. Secondary d. the pressure applied to the hacksaw should be _______. I and III only d. c a. Both a & b 43. Motors b. AC voltage b. II and III 37.) The continuity of an electrical circuit can be determined in the field by the means of ______. Both forward and return stroke equally d. II and III only d.) A wattmeter is connected in ____ in the circuit. Zinc chloride b. The return stroke only b. d a. b a. Ans. Wire will heat up a. Ans. Bell and battery set d. Output c. d a. b a. d a. Electro chemistry d. c a.. d I.) When cutting a metal conduit with a hacksaw. Lag bolts b. III only b. b a. The forward stroke only c.) A tap tool is a tool used to ______. Screw thickness c. AC amperes 45. c a. ampacity will decreas II.) When an electric current is forced through a wire that has considerable resistance. Treat the soil III. Wheatstone bridge c. rosin c. Remove broken bolts c. none of these 44. Parallel c. Transformers c. Storage batteries 36. Voltage will drop III. Ans. c I. Borax d.) The flux commonly used for the soldering of electrical conductors is ______. voltaic conductivity 46. Electromagnets d. Ans. d a. Cut external threads b. Expansion bolts c.) When the term “10-32” in connection with machine screws commonly used in lighting work.) Which of the following would improve the resistance to earth? Ans. the number 3 refers to ______. Ans. I and III only 47. Series b. Diameter of hole d. Screw length b. The return stroke only b. use multiple ground rods II. c a.) When cutting a metal conduit with a hacksaw.) A shunt is sometimes used to increase the range of an electrical measuring instrument. Ans. Triboelectric effect c. c a. Ans.) To fasten a box to a terra cotta wall you would use ______. Ans. DC voltage c. Primary b. Both forward and return stroke equally d. none of these 39. Photo emission b.35. Rawl plugs 42. I only b. Ans. The shunt is normally used when measuring _____. none of these 40. The forward stroke only c. Threads per inch 41. DC amperes d. Series-parallel d. Ream raceways d. I.) The term “ampere-hours” is associated with ______. Wattmeter 48. Lengthen the ground rod a. Ans. the pressure applied to the hacksaw should be _______. Ans.) The output winding of a transformer is called the ______. Cut internal threads 38. none of these . Ans. II and III only c.) A battery operates on the principle of ______. Ans.

Current d. a.) It is the responsibility of the electrician to make sure his tools are in good condition because ______. Remove the belts 11. 240 volts single-phase system. a a. The resistance has not changed d. Ans. Colored d. The temperature of the conductor b. b. 115 b. Ans. Strength 7.) Shunt is used to measure _______. d a. b a. Remove the fuses b. Bushing and locknut on the outside. Ans. the magnetic field around the conductor _____. d a. the electrician should _______ to prevent accidental starting of the motor. Ans. Ans. A coarse blade would overheat the conductor b.) A rigid conduit connecting to an outlet box should have a _______ Ans. Bushing on the outside and a locknut on the side c. The current will decrease c. Collapses d. Ans. The conductor to shrink . Weight c.) Shunt is used to measure _______. c a. Its total watt output decreases b. c a.) If the current flow through a conductor is increased. Locknut and bushing on the inside d. Locknut and bushing on the inside d. Current d. Defective tools can cause accidents b. The maximum voltage to ground in this system would be _____ volts.) The primary reason for using a hacksaw blade with fine teeth rather than coarse teeth when cutting large stranded conductors is ______.) The standard residential service is a 3-wire.) The definition of ambient temperature is _______. Ans. Is unchanged b. A coarse blade breaks too easily c.) Comparing a #6 conductor to a #10 conductor of equal lengths.) When working on a motor. c a. c a. Ans.) A rigid conduit connecting to an outlet box should have a _______ Ans. b a.) A toaster will produce less heat on low voltage because _______. Ans. c a. Marked 4. Resistance d. 208 10. Resistance b. Shut off the switch d. The insulation rating of the conductor c. means that such a conductor or terminal is to be recognized as ______. 120 c. The conductor to melt b. Locknut on the outside and a bushing on the inside 3. Grounded b. A good job requires perfect tool 12. The boss may want to use them c. Ans. To avoid snagging or pulling strands d. the #6 will have lower.49. Wattage Exam 8 1. 199 d. Ground the motor c. d a. b. Wattage 50.) Continually overloading a conductor is a poor practice because it causes ______. Bonded c. Resistance b. Bushing on the outside and a locknut on the side c. Becomes weaker 6. Bushing and locknut on the outside. Cost b. The different temperature 8. The company will pay for only one set of tools d. b a. The insulation to deteriorate c. Capacitance c. The temperature of the area surrounding the conductor d. A fine blade will bend easier 9. Locknut on the outside and a bushing on the inside 2.) Idenfified. all of the above 5. Becomes stronger c. Capacitance c. a a. Ans. as used in the Code in reference to a conductor or its terminals.

Random spacing of lights b. III and IV d. Twice the resistance of one conductor c. The same size wire c. d I. Rotating portion b. Different 20. Ans. Platinum 16. Mercury c. Vaseline c. The resistance of one conductor b. c a. b a. Ans. Provide better strength d. Damage to the raceway 13. Different 19.) To lubricate a motor sleeve bearing you would use ______. Ans.) Which of the following is not the force which moves electrons? Ans. Opposite b. c a. higher ceilings d.) Where galvanized conduit is used. cluster lights 14. Oil d. Opposite b.) For better illumination you would ______. One-half the resistance of one conductor d. EMF b. Provide better continuity c.. I only b. Synchronous motor d. Slip rings c. Voltage c. b a. Bond the conductors . A common magnetic circuit b. I and IV only c. Ans. a a. b a. Ans. b a. Devices IV. appliances III.) Wire connection should encircle binding posts in the _____ manner the nut turns to lighten. a a. flux is used ______. Same c. The same number of turns 21. Ans. Evenly spaced. Ans. Even spacing. To keep the surfaces clean c. Potential d. Ans.) If two equal resistance conductors are connected in parallel. Same c. Grease b. Accessible c. Ans.) A junction box above a lay-in ceiling is considered _______. AC motor c. Aluminum b. Provide a better surface for painting 25.) The primary and secondary windings of a transformer always have _______ Ans. Housing 24. a a. To heat the conductors quicker b. Tungsten d.) Electrical equipment can be defined as _____. Stationary portion d.) When soldering conductors.) Which of the following metals is most commonly used in the filament of a bulb? Ans. Current 22.) A motor with a wide speed range is a _______. c a. Induction motor 23. I.) The “stator” of an AC generator is another name for the ______. Reverse d. readily accessible d. Concealed b. Graphite 26. c a. Reverse d. all of the above 17. Separate magnetic circuits d. the resistance of the two conductors is equal to ______.) Wire connection should encircle binding posts in the _____ manner the nut turns to lighten. the main purpose of the galvanized is to ______. The resistance of both conductors 18. Slow down rust b. To prevent loss of heat d. Ans.d. DC motor b. d a. Fixtures a. Recessed 15. numerous lights c. b a. fittings II. Ans.

a a. Connect wires to terminals b. Ans. Aluminum c. a. Variable 29. Ans. The resistance c. Wattmeter c.) You should close a knife switch firmly and rapidly s there will be less _______. Lead d. c a. Current b. Danger of shock d. The reluctance 37. Energy used 30. a a.) Which of the following would be the best metal for a magnet? Ans. Use the proper flux 36. b a. Ans. Tighten the panel studs 33.) The current used for charging storage batteries is ________. Offsets 38. Dynamometer d. Ans. a a.) Rigid conduit is generally secured to outlet boxes by _______. b a. Beam clamps b. Use the arm and leg muscles b. Ans. Ans. Alternating d. Weatherproof b. Weather resistant d.) _______ means so constructed or protected that exposure to the weather will not interfere with successful operation.) A thermocouple will transform _______ into electricity. To check wattage d. Weather tight c. Connect the electrode d. c a. Join wires and insulate the joint c. A 4-way switch 41. Limit switch b. Ans. Ans. Galvanometer b. Ans. the frequency is ______. Circuit breaker . Use plenty of solder b. To determine the RPM of a motor b.) The least important thing in soldering two conductors together is to _______. Watthour meter 32. a a. 60 cycle c. All weather 28. To test a lighting circuit for a ground 35. Keep your feet spread apart 39. Set screws d. The capacitance d. a a.) An instrument that measures electrical energy is called the ______. b a. Clean the conductors d.) In a residence the wall switch controlling the ceiling light is usually ______. Watts 40. b a. “wire nuts” are used to ______. Connected across both lines b. To determine the output of a motor c. The inductance b.) If one complete cycle occurs in 1/30 of a second. heat c. Locknuts and bushings c. Use sufficient heat c. Tin 34.) In electrical wiring. b a. Keep your back as upright as possible c. A double pole switch c. Ans. b a. Steel b. Direct c. Ans. War on the contacts c.) An electrician may use a megger ________. 30 hertz b.) Which one of the following is not a safe practice when lifting heavy items? Ans. work d. Connected on one line only d. d a. 60 hertz 31.27.) A switch which opens automatically when the current exceeds a predetermined limit would be called a ______. Square-wave b. Ans. Likelihood arcing b. 115 cycle d.) The property of a circuit tending to prevent the flow of current and at the same time causing energy to be converted into heat is referred to as ______. Keep lifting a heavy object until your get help d.

c a. Four 3-way switches and one 4-way switch b. c I. costs too much 45. Wooden plugs d.) The branch-circuit loads specified by the Code for lighting and receptacles are considered ______. Ground 49.) If the spring tension o a cartridge fuse clip is weak. Ans. Hermetic d. b a. DT disconnect d. Voltmeter V. a . a a. The supply voltage would increase 46. Expansion bolts c. Reamed b. b a. Maximum loads c. Copper wire c. RH b. Power factor meter a. Three 4-way switches and two 3-way switches c. Minimum loads b. Fine sandpaper Exam 9 1.) A commutator of a generator should be cleaned with which of the following? Ans.) Which of the following is considered the best electrical conductor? Ans. Impedance is greater 3. Ans. smells bad b. the conduit ends should be _______. Festoon c. Aluminum wire d. The voltage to the load would increase d. b a. Is non-conductive d.c. Is non-conductive d. Rawl plugs 50. Filed c. Tin wire 4. d a. the result most likely would be _______.) A color code is used in multiple-conductor cables. Ans. A smooth d.) To fasten a raceway to a solid concrete ceiling. Iron wire b. d a.) The conductor with the highest insulation temperature rating is ______. Electrolyte 5. For a 3-conductor cable the colors would be ______. Ans. THWN d. b a. Toggle bolts b. Sanded d. you would use ______. Contactor 42. d a.) The advantage of AC over DC includes which of the following? Ans.) A wattmeter is a combination of which two of the following meters? Ans. to remove the rough edges on both ends. Emery cloth b. Graphite c.) The liquid in a battery is called the ______. TW c. Four 4-way switches and one 3-way switch 2.) Acid is not considered a good flux when soldering conductors because it ______. b a. Lower resistance at higher current c. Ans. Is corrosive c.After cutting a conduit. Three 3-way switches and two 4-way switches d.) Acid is not considered a good flux when soldering conductors because it ______.). Better speed control b. Ans. Loads to be served d Peak loads 47. Ans. The fuse clips would becomes warm c. Is corrosive c. ammeter II. a a. I and V c. smells bad b. Ohmmeter III. Ease of voltage variation d. Askarel b. THHN 48. Ans. II and III b. costs too much 44. I and IV d. b a. The fuse would blow immediately b. Phase meter IV.) To control a ceiling light from five different locations if requires which of the following? Ans. II and V 43. Ans.

When you pull on the conductor it will tighten b. c a. d a. a a. Two red and one black 6. Improve the efficiency of the lamp d. A larger conduit b. the word “may” d. Lower the voltage on the circuit c.) Which of the following is the poorest conductor of electricity? Ans. Rainproof c.) An autotransformer differs from other types of transformers in that ______. a a. one black and one blue d. one red and one white b. Condenser c. c a. Humidity c. Aluminum . Currents would circulate through individual raceways b. the neutral and all equipment grounding conductors be grouped together when using metal enclosures or raceways. Less labor hours for pulling wires in a single raceway 10. Watertight b. Two black and one red c. b a. a a. Derating of ampacity d.) A ______ is used for testing specific gravity. The word “shall” b. Possible with an ammeter d. FPN c. Ans. Possible with wattmeter b. The conductor will not turn off 14. Change the fuse 19. Galvanometer 16. a a. It must be wound with heavier wire 17. Ans. b a.) The _____ circuit is that portion of a wiring system prior to the final overcurrent protective device protecting the circuit. Ans.) If the end of a cartridge fuse becomes warmer than normal. Its primary and secondary windings are common to each other d. Mercury b. Ans. Ans. A ______ box may be weatherproof. Tighten the fuse clips b. One black. It can be used only in automobile c.). High heat rated conductors c. b a. Ans. Temperature b. Spring b. Hydrometer 12.) Installing more than three current carrying conductors in the same conduit requires _______. Service b. Its primary winding is always larger than its secondary winding b. One white. Ans. hydrometer d.) The identified grounded conductor of a lighting circuit is always connected to the screw of a light socket to _____.) Where the ______ is likely to be high. Branch 13.) Explanatory material in the Code is characterized by ______. Ans. continuous loading 11.a. Notify the utility company d. c a. The principal reason for this is ______.) When tightening a screw on a terminal. megger c. Ground the light fixture c. Power d. Ans. An impossibility 15. all of these 9. Amperage 18. The conductor will act as a locking nut d. Feeder c. The screw will not become loose c. Provide the easiest place to connect the wire 8. a. Less expensive to install a single raceway c. d a.) Determining a positive wire on a single-phase is ? Ans. you should _____. Ans. Ans. Reduce the possibility of a accidental shock b. d a. Resistor d. Thermocouple b. asbestos insulation on the conductor would be a good choice. Voltage d. The word “could” 7.) The Code requires that all AC phase conductors where used.) A _______ helps prevent arcing in movable contacts. Possible with a voltmeter c. Raintight d. the end of the condenser should wrap around the screw in the same direction that you are turning the screw so that _______.

Excessive voltage c. Faraday’s law 23.) If a 120 volt incandescent light bulb is operating at a voltage of 125 volts. b a.) Heavy-duty lampholders include ______. White or gray b. Low resistance d. Copper will not melt b. It may be enough to blow a fuse b. d a. The equivalent of the largest resistance value d.) The Code requires which of the following colors for the equipment grounding conductor? Ans. The nuts must be removed frequently c.) Discoloring of one end of a fuse normally indicates ________. Red b. Do not wear out as quickly c. The sum of the voltage drop around a circuit is equal to the source voltage is ______.) The primary winding of a loaded step-down transformer has ____ compared to the secondary winding. Higher voltage and current c. Ans. the result will be ______. Admedium lampholders rated at 660 watts b.) Sometimes mercury toggle switches are used in place of a regular toggle switch because they ______. Shorter life of the bulb d. Copper is a very good conductor of heat c. To increase the ampacity of the conductors c.) Piezoelectric is caused by crystals or binding _____.) Wing nuts are useful on equipment where ______. Ans.) Laminations are used in transformers to prevent _____. Are easier to connect b. Increased current b. They glow in the dark 33. The sum of the individual resistance values b. the total resistance is ______. Lampholders rated at not less than 750 watts d. Ans. Copper loss b. c a. b a. Solder will not stick to other alloys d. Chemical b.). Blue with a yellow stripe 32. c a. Ans. To avoid derating for continuous loading of conductors 26. The equivalent of the smallest resistance values c. Are less expensive d. A wrench cannot be used d. Pressure d. Green or green with yellow stripes c. Less than the value of the smallest resistance 29. Ohm’s law c. The wattage will be less than rated 30. To provide a ground b.c. Nevin’s theory d. Ans. The bulb won’t be as bright c. Weight c.) The reason for installing electrical conductors in a conduit is _______. Lampholders used on circuits larger than 20 amperes c. Ans. Ans. a a. Black . c a.) When resistors are connected in series. Lower voltage and higher current 21. Ans. c a. 4-wire delta secondary is ______. Poor contact 27. Silver 20. all of these 25. Lower voltage and current b. Ans. Counter EMF 31. c a. Ans.) The assigned color for the high-leg conductor of a three-phase.) Copper is used for the tip of a soldering iron because ______. Copper is less expensive 22. Ans. Eddy current loss d. Battery c. To protect the conductors from damage d. Ans. a a. Carbon d. b a. Screws cannot be used 28. Ans. b a. Kirchhoff’s law b. Cotter pins are used b. Higher voltage and lower current d. d a. Heat 24. Yellow d. d a.

c a. The relationship between voltage. May conceal weak spots in the rails or rungs b. A pipe cutter 39. Orange 34. each having a resistance of 30 ohms.) An electrician should always consider the circuit to be “hot” unless he definitely knows otherwise. a a. the severity of the electrical shock is determined primarily by _____. current and resistance d.) The chemical used as the agent in fire extinguishers to fight electrical fires is ______. Damp . Turns-ratio d. The relationship between voltage. A measurement of wattage losses 41. Is slippery after drying c. The main reason is to avoid _____.) Ohm’s law is ______. b a. Saving time d. Electromagnet 37. 80 45. Ans. H2O d. A short hacksaw b.) The correct word to define wiring which is not concealed is ______. A nylon string c. Bare 36. a a. b a. a a. Open b.) The Code rule for maximum 90 degree bends in a conduit between two boxes is four. Demand factor b. Personal injury b. Ans.) In an AC circuit the ration of the power in watts to the total volt-amps is called the _______. 3/4 per foot 42. Blue d. Ans. Power factor c. 70% d. Dynamo d. A knife d. An equation for determining power b. 50% 44. Ans. 20 d. a a. Ans. current and power c.) What is the normal taper on a standard conduit thread-cutting die? Ans. Ans. a a. 80% b. It makes pulling the conductors through the conduit too difficult c. Ans. Dry b. Ans. It is unsafe b. d a. a a.) A solenoid is a ____. The current in the conductor d.) A ladder which is painted is a safety hazard mainly because the paint ______. 125% c. Too many bends require extra wire to be pulled 35. Ans. d a.) The best thing to cut PVC conduit within a tight area is ______. ¼” per foot c. Ans. the most likely reason for the total 360 degree limitation is ______. Relay b. Shutting off the wrong circuit 38. 3/8 per foot d. L06 47. Exposed d. Ans. The current is ______ amperes. Ans. are connected in series across a 600-volt train circuit. d a. You can damage the galvanized coating on the conduit d. diversity factor 43. Permanent magnet c. Ans. CO2 b..) Four heaters. The size of the conductor b. Peels and the sharp edges of the paint may cut the hands 46. 5 b. Having to find the panel c. The contact resistance 40.) A location classified as _____ may be temporarily subject to dampness and wetness. ½” per foot b.c. Uncovered c. K0H c. Causes the wood to crack more quickly d. c a. 17 c.) The total load on any overcurrent device located in a panelboard shall not exceed _____ of its rating where in normal operation the load will continue for 3 hours or more. b a. Whether the current is DC or AC c.) If a live conductor is contacted accidentally.

Receptacle b. a a. Ans. Feeder c.5 b. Bakelite b. Signal d. II and III d. Device c. Ans. Feeder c. d a. Oil c. Ans.) The part of an electrical system that performs a mechanical function rather than an electrical function is called a(n) ______.) A generic term for a group of non-flammable synthetic chlorinated hydrocarbons used as electrical insulating media.) In a residence.) Insulating safety grips on tools ________. d a. No derating required for solid 10.) The ______ circuit is that portion of a wiring system beyond the final overcurrent protection. d a. Are not enough 5. Ans. I. Insulated d. Are not meant for that purpose c. Ans. Salt water 11. Chloragorm d. I only b. I and II only c. Ans. Lighting b. elevation.2 c. Increasing the current III.c. 1. a a. increasing the wire II. Wet 48. etc. 6 b. Solid will carry more current c. Are enough b. Admitting close approach b. Askarel b. c a. c a. Ans. Solder 7. Ans. d a.) Solid wire is preferred instead of stranded wire in panel wiring because _______. A coil of wire b. A coil of wire with layers of metal foil d. Lighting b. .0 49. Fused 2. 1.7 d. 1. Not guarded by locked doors. 40 b.) The neutral conductor shall not be _____. Stranded b. Ans. A wrapping of many layers of metal foil set apart by waxed paper 9.) The voltage drop in a line can be decreased by ______.) The definition of accessible (wire): Ans.) The average dry cell battery gives an approximate voltage of ______.) An electrical condenser is best defined as ______. Branch Exam 10 1. d I. 12 d. Decreasing the load a. Solid c. d a. Acid c. Air d. 50 c. Moist d.) Which one of the following is not an insulator? Ans. A wrapping of layers of metal foil c. c a. 6 ½ c. Ans. 2. Costs less than stranded b. Signal d. 80 6.) The rating of any one portable appliance shall not exceed ______ % of the branch circuit rating. a a. Ans. Fitting d. I and III only 3. Outlet 8. 70 d. 10 4. Can be “shaped” better d. d a. no pint along the floor line in any wall space may be more than ____ feet from an outlet.) The ______ circuit is that portion of a wiring system beyond the final overcurrent protection. Ans. Should be used with other insulating equipment d. c a. Branch 50.

d I. Overheating the electrolyte b.) Two metals of different materials shall not be joined together in order to avoid the ______ action. they are in _______. I through V 13. I and II b. a a. Ans.) “Thermally protected” appearing on the nameplate of a motor indicates that the motor is provided with a ______. Produces b. Current flowing through a conductor causes heat b. Ans. Size c. Ans.) When installing raceway systems. Length 16. cost II. d a. Not permanently closed in by the building or structure d. Strength d. Ans. Ans. Foam extinguisher d.) What is meant by “traveler wires”? Ans. Prevent shorts d. Rigidly supported as required b.) The reason for grounding the frame of a portable electric hand too is to ______. III and IV c. Prevent overheating of the tool c. Ans. Readily accessible 23. Separated by insulated bushings c. Concealed in walls d. Out of state electrician 15. Rectifiers change DC to AC 22. Ans. Placed so a permanent air space separates them from the supporting surface b. II. Ans. Efficiency V. d a. Hardness b. b a. Time III.) When installing raceway systems. An electric shock c. Prevent the frame of the tool from becoming alive to ground b. a a. all of the above 12. Protected by a guard strip 17. Concealed in walls d.) The Code is designed for safety regardless of ______. Volt meters are connected in parallel in a circuit d. Carbon monoxide extinguisher 18. Ans. Balanced 14. Reduce the voltage drop 25.) A capacitor is a device that ______ energy.) When working near acid storage batteries. b a. Two-wires between 3-way switches c. The conduit of an electrical system should be grounded c. Exposed c. Increases 20. Stores c. Fuse b. Motion b. Separated by non-combustible tubing d. Future expansion a. essentially to avoid ______.) Which of the following statements is incorrect? Ans. Breaker d. Ans. Exposed c. it is essential that they be ______. Ans. Wiring to a split receptacle b. Wiring to a door bell d. Switch c. it is essential that they be ______. Rigidly supported as required b. An explosion 21. extreme care should be taken to guard against sparks. Phase d.) On a #4 drill bit.) The best type of fire extinguisher for an electrical fire is a _______. Heat sensing element 19. I through IV d. Opposes d. Group c. a a.) Wiring systems in wet locations should be ______. c a. Readily accessible 24.c. the #4 is determined by _______. Ans. Maintenance IV. b a. d a. a a. Dry chemical extinguisher b. a a. b a. Rusting . A short circuit d.) When voltage and current appear at their zero and peak values at the same time. Soda-acid extinguisher c.

2. none of these 34. Square d.) A generator exciter uses ______ current. For the purpose of strengthening a splice c. Lower than copper but higher than aluminum b. Ans. 24 b. For use on the west coast only d. Rating of their own d. Switch b.) Electricity may be produced by means of ______ forces. Pink flamingo d. Service d. all of these 32.) To mark a point on the floor directly beneath a point on the ceiling. b a.) The total resistance of four 10 ohm resistor in parallel is ____. Ans. Corrosion 26. 5 ohms d. Drill from back of panel 39. Thermal c. Ans. Sleeved c. d a. Permanent fuse c. neither alternating nor direct d. Bushed b. Low resistance b.) The heating element in a toaster has a _______.) The advantage of cutting a metal rigid conduit with a hacksaw rather than a pipe cutter is ______.) When installing an instrument meter on a panel to obtain accurate mounting ______. c . High conductivity d. partitions.5 ohms c. d a. One-time fuse d. Firestopped d. 30 c.) A _____ is a certain type cartridge fuse that can be readily replaced. Ans. d a. Time-lag fuse b. Use a template d.) Copper clad aluminum conductors have an ampacity _______.) The ungrounded conductor can be identified by the color _____. Ans. Chemical d. Controller 27. b a. Mechanical b. green or bare c. Renewable fuse 30. either alternating or direct 38. b a. Ans. Feeder c. 10 ohms b. 4 ohms 35. 36 d. c a.b. Plumb bob c. 12” tape 36. none of these 28. d a. b a. Equal to aluminum 33. Transit rod b. Ans. Ans. Equal to copper c. Ans. b a.) The purpose of a Western Union splice is _____. floors or ceilings shall be ______. Direct c. High resistance c. Use the meter and drill through the holes b. it is best to use a ______. d a. Ans.) What is the maximum number of overcurrent devices allowed in a lighting and appliance panelboard? Ans. c a.) Openings around electrical penetrations through fire-resistant rated walls. 42 29. none of these 31. Isolated 37. White or gray b. Reverse d. Ans. Alternating b. Ans. For the use of the utility companies only b. Drill oversize holes c. Galvanic c. c a.) A _______ is a device which serves to govern in some predetermined manner the electric power delivered to the apparatus to which it’s connected. Ans.

Motor protection d. More than two c. 180 va 44. Ans. b a. the ratio of watts to voltamperes is ______. b a.) To reverse the rotation of a three-phase motor you would _____.) If the voltage is doubled the ampacity of a conductor _____. Thermoplastic-waterproof d. ½ hour b. Doubles d. Less energy required in cutting c. Ans. Ans. Tertiary b. Windings 49. b a. a a. You do not need a vice b. Resistance b.) The output rating of a one horsepower motor is _______.) If the primary of a transformer is 480 volts and secondary is 240/120v.) The important function of a type S fuse is ______. Circuit breaker 2. Unity . Ans.a. 1 hour c. Secondary c. Ans. Reverse all the leads b. Ans. Fuse d. Two or more b. Wrapped 3.) On an insulated conductor the type letter “TW” indicates _______. Remains the same Exam 11 1. 1500 watts d. DC only c. Ans. Non-interchangeable b. AC only d. an ordinary outlet shall be calculated at _______. Covered c.) A load is considered to be continuous if it is expected to continue for _______. Ans. Locknut b.) In a DC circuit. 2 hours d. both AC and DC 45. a a. 300 watts d. Thermal-with nylon 46. Slow burner c.) Impedance is present in the following type of circuit. d a. Primary d. Hickey 41. Reverse any two of the three leads 42.) A ____ conductor is one having one or more layers of non-conducting materials that are not recognized as insulation. Bushing c. 746 watts c. Ans. Ans. Automatic fuse c. Ans. 600 watts c. b a. d a. b a. Bare b. Thermoplastic-moisture resistant c. Surge arrester b. d a. 200 va b. Threading oil is not required 40. 1000 watts 43. Ans. the wire on the _____ is larger. Increases b. Decreases c.) In other than residential calculations.) The standard classification of branch circuits applies only to those circuits with _____ outlets. Fast acting 50. Three or more 48. More than three d.) A _____ is protective device for limiting surge voltages by discharging or bypassing surge current. Insulated d. a a. a a. 3 hours 47. 1840 watts b. a a. Tie-wire b. d a. Ans. Ans. Turn it around d. and it also prevents continued flow of follow current while remaining capable of repeating these functions. Less reaming is required d. All thread d.) You would use an approved ______ to protect from abrasion where they enter a box. Reverse two of the four leads c.

b a. May loosen insulating tape b. The age of the person involved . 240 volts 11. Remote-control b.675 c. Controller 10. Less than one d. The main reason is higher pressure _______. Grounded b. Neutral 14. Ans. 208 volts d.) A single-pole switch to operate a light will have the wiring connected in the ____ conductor. The nature of the injury b. Resistance exceeds reactance d. Ans.) The decimal equivalent of 9/16 is _____. Ans.b. Semi-automatic d. 120 volt lamp uses electrical energy at the same rate as 14. Is a measure of motor efficiency b. c a. Inductive reactance exceeds the capacitive reactance b. Voltage breaks down insulation c. Ans.5625 b. Ans. Lead shield c. a a. as for example. Reactance exceeds the resistance in the circuit c. Is the output of the motor 6. May blow dust to surrounding equipment c.4 ohm resistor on ______. Current expands a wire 7. a a. Increase c.) When using compressed air to clean electrical equipment the air pressure should not exceed 50 pounds.) The information most useful in preventing the recurrence of a similar type accident when making out an accident report would be ______.) The voltage will lead the current when the ____ in the circuit. Resistance exceeds reactance d. 0. The age of the person involved 16. d a.) Which of the following is not used to fasten equipment to concrete? Ans. Reactance exceeds the resistance in the circuit c. a change in current strength. b a. 0. a a. c a.) The information most useful in preventing the recurrence of a similar type accident when making out an accident report would be ______.) A 1000 watt. Rawl plug d. Inductive reactance exceeds the capacitive reactance b. The cause of the accident c. May rupture the air hose 12. Ans. Ans. Is the input to the motor c. b a. a a.) A current limiting overcurrent protective device is a device which will _______ the current flowing in the faulted circuit.) A common fuse and circuit breaker worked on the principal that _______. Ungrounded d. Cannot be changed to watts d. The cause of the accident c.) ______ is self-acting. a a.) The horsepower rating of a motor ______. Maintain d. Greater than one c. none of these 15. 115 volts c. Ans. Ans. or mechanical configuration. 120 volts b. 0.) The voltage will lead the current when the ____ in the circuit. Introduce a personal hazard to the user d. none of these 5. Ans. Current develops heat d. Capacitive reactance exceeds the inductive reactance 9. The weather conditions at the time d. Automatic c. temperature. Cannot tell what it might be 4. Ans. d a. Voltage develops heat b. operating by its own mechanism when actuated by some impersonal influence. Steel bushing 13. The nature of the injury b. Expansion bolt b. Capacitive reactance exceeds the inductive reactance 8. pressure.875 d. Reduce b. Ans. a a. Identified c. The weather conditions at the time d.

Flush eyes with clean water d. Look directly into the sun b. Rub eyes with dry cloth c. I and II only c. 480 volts or less b. Stoppage of breathing d. Resistance b. II and III . Changing connection III. Flush eyes with clean water d. Unconsciousness 18. Ans. overloads and short circuits are more common on motor circuits and would put the lights out III.) It is generally not good practice to supply lamps and motors from the same circuit because ______. b a. Resistance b. c a. Increase in the flow of current through the connection b. Decrease in the effective resistance of the connection 28. will not fail under short circuit due to melting of solder II. II and III only d.) If The circuit voltage Is increased. Ans. Ans. Increase in the flow of current through the connection b. No induced currents d. Close eyes quickly 22. Ampacity d.) Because aluminum is not a magnetic metal. conductivity 21. d I. II only c.) If The circuit voltage Is increased. none of these 29. b a.) Artificial respiration after a severe electrical shock is necessary when the sock results in _______.) The Code considers low voltage to be ______.) The two methods of making joints or connections for insulated cables are soldered connections and by means of solderless connection devices(wirenuts). III only d. all else remains the same. Ans. I.) A switch is a device for ______. b a.) A high spot temperature in a corroded electrical connection is caused by a (an) _______. c a. Ans.) When accidentally splashing a chemical into the eyes the best immediate first aid solution is to ______. mechanical strength as great as solder II. Ans. Current c. II and III 23. when a motor is started it would cause the lights to dim or blink a. II and III only d. Ans. I. there will be ______ present when aluminum conductors are grouped in a raceway. Ans. Rub eyes with dry cloth c. c a.) When accidentally splashing a chemical into the eyes the best immediate first aid solution is to ______. Decrease in the voltage drop across the connection c. I only b. I and II only c. I only b. Ans. conductivity 19. Current c. I. Decrease in the voltage drop across the connection c. b I. 24 volts d. No heat due to voltage b. only the _____ will change. II and III 20. Ampacity d. Broken limbs b. 480 volts or less b.17.) The Code considers low voltage to be ______. b a. Ans. it is more economical to operate motors on a higher voltage than that of a lighting circuit II. No heating due to hysteresis c. Interruption of circuit under short-circuit condition a. Ans. Increase in the voltage drop across the connection d. d I. 600 volts or less c. 24 volts d. Bleeding c. 12 volts 26. c a. 12 volts 25. 600 volts or less c. all else remains the same. b a. Decrease in the effective resistance of the connection 27. Increase in the voltage drop across the connection d. c a. I only b.) A high spot temperature in a corroded electrical connection is caused by a (an) _______. making or braking connection II. Ans. Look directly into the sun b. only the _____ will change. Close eyes quickly 24. reduces the time required to make a splice a. Ans. The advantages of a solderless connection (wirenut) is/are _____.

) Which type of the following portable fire extinguishers should be used on a live electrical fire? Ans. II and III only c. Ans. The wiring is exposed on a building c. chemical treatment of the soil a.) Standard lengths of conduit are in 10 foot lengths. Good low-resistance contact in the open position d. Good low-resistance contact in the closed position c. Are called _____ switches. the main reason copper is used is its ______. however. Ans.) Silver and gold are better conductors of electricity than copper. Ans.) What Article of the Code addresses high-voltage over 600 volts? Ans. Ans. d . III and IV d. The conduit should not have a _____. Safety d. It eliminates overtime 31. II. If one person is hurt the other person can help d. Service 42.) Enclose knife switches that require the switch to be open before the housing door can be opened. c a. d a. 5 c. Service 43. Ans. the resistance can be reduced by ______. d a. The wiring is exposed on a building c. Good high-resistance contact in the closed position b. All parts of the circuit are not in contact d. Low point at an outlet b. a a. Tin and lead d. Are called _____ switches. III and IV 34. Good high-resistance contact in the open position 32. High point between successive outlets d. Good low-resistance contact in the open position d. Ans. II. c a. Carbon dioxide b. The circuit has one end exposed 37. Foam d. I. Good high-resistance contact in the closed position b. One person can cover while the one is on break b. Lead and tin 40. II and III only b. Air-break c. c a. Air-break c.) One of the essential functions of any switch is to maintain a ________. High point at an outlet c. Release b. c a.) Conduit should be installed as to prevent the collection of water in it between outlets. I. 6 d.) When the ground resistance exceeds the allowable value of 25 ohms. All parts of the circuit are not in contact d. b a. Soda-acid 41. using a larger diameter IV. none of these 36. Zinc and copper b. Cost is less 35. Good high-resistance contact in the open position 33. Weight b. using a longer ground rod III.) At least two persons are required to be present during a high-voltage test because ______. Ans. Ans.) The term “open circuit” means ______. c a. The wiring is in an open area b. Ans. Ans. paralleling ground rods II. The circuit has one end exposed 38. Low point between successive outlets 39. c a. how may lengths of 10 foot conduit would you need? Ans. b a. Release b. Good low-resistance contact in the closed position c.) Brass is an alloy of ______. Ans. a a. 4 b. Safety d.) One of the essential functions of any switch is to maintain a ________. Strength c. High voltage is too heavy for one c.) The term “open circuit” means ______. Melting pint d.30. d I. The wiring is in an open area b.) Enclose knife switches that require the switch to be open before the housing door can be opened. A required feeder raceway is 18 yards in length. Water c. Lead and copper c.

Has no threads c.a. Parallel b.) The main difference between a pipe thread and a machine thread is that the pipe thread is ______. b a. Rawl plugs d. Megger c. it would be necessary to _______. Wattmeter 2. Ans. Ans. Ans. c a. Toggle bolts c. Ans. To do this you would use a ______.) If a low resistance is connected in parallel with a higher resistance. Is larger in total diameter d. d a.) The term pneumatic refers to ______. Apply the rubber tape after any other tape d. 6” b. Ans. Series d. the combined resistance is _______. Hydrometer b. Stretch the tape properly during the application b. 18” d. 230 c.) What type of fastener would you use to mount a box to a hollow tile wall? Ans. Diagonal 4. 6 Exam 12 1. b a. 2 b. Has only internal threads d.) A fixture that weighs more than ______ pounds shall not be supported by the screw shell of a lampholder. Air d. Ans. Ans. Electricity b. Ans. Consider the circuit hot at all times c. 3 c. Pressure exceeds a preset limit d.) A limit switch is used on a pieces of machinery to open the circuit when the _______. b a. c a. Finer b. Bell tester d. Work only when the load is zero b. 4 d. Ans. Ans. b a. 24” 50. Uneven d. d a. Is used for higher voltages b. Higher or lower than the low resistance depending on the size of the higher resistance b.) A limit switch is used on a pieces of machinery to open the circuit when the _______. Bolts with backing plates 7.) A close nipple _______. 680 d. b a. b a. d a. Current exceeds a preset limit b. has the same resistance 47. 490 44. Expansion bolts b. Tapered 3. Travel reaches a preset limit c. Never work on any circuit alone d.) When applying rubber tape to an electrical splice. Ans.) A foreman in charge of a crew of men preparing to work on a low voltage tension circuit should caution them to _____. a a. 12” c. Temperature reaches a preset limit 48. Is always ½” or less in length b. Ans.) Receptacles in residential wiring are regularly connected in ______. Apply heat to the tape when installing 46. Apply an adhesive to the splice before applying the tape c. Ans. Has a higher ampacity c. Oil 6. Pressure exceeds a preset limit d.) When rigid metal conduits are buried the minimum cover required by the Code is ______. Has threads over its entire length 45. Longer c. Always less than the low resistance . Current exceeds a preset limit b. a a. a a. 450 b. Perpendicular c.)Your foreman asked you to measure the insulation resistance of some conductors.) A stranded wire with the same AWG as a solid wire _____. Steam c. Temperature reaches a preset limit 49. Travel reaches a preset limit c. Wait until the circuit has been killed 5.

Keep it from catching on joints and bends b. d a. The use of flux b. none of these 19. ammeter b. Applying the solder quickly c. Ans. Appliance 11. Powdered soapstone 9. Greater than any one resistance d. Ans. Individual b. Simplify the wiring 16. Powdered pumice c. Ans. c a. I and III only d. Rubbing often with emery cloth d. Less than any one resistor c. Ans. to be pulled d. d a. Ans. Higher the voltage d. Wattmeter 10. Equal to the resistance of each b.) When stripping insulation from an aluminum conductor _______.) The connection between the grounded circuit conductor and equipment grounding conductor at the service is called the _____ bonding jumper. The total would be the low and high added together 8. II and III only . Vaseline d. Multi-purpose c. b a. c a.) In sockets. Lower the resistance 12. Tie the wires. Ans. Ans. Eliminate electrolysis c. Circuit b. Rectifier c.) A branch circuit that supplies a number of outlets for lighting and appliances is a _______ branch circuit.) When three equal resistors are connected in parallel. Tie a swab to c.) A hook on the end of a fish tape is not to _______.) A hook on the end of a fish tape is not to _______. General purpose d. ring the conductor and slip the insulation off the conductor III. Sheepshank d. Ans. I and II only c. d a. How well it converts electrical energy into mechanical energy 20. Equipment c. Utility 18. Voltmeter d.) The instrument by which electric is measured is a ______. Underwriters” b. Ans. a a. a a. The torque the motor produces c. Higher the resistance b. extension cord is protected by means of the ______knot.) Metal cabinets used for lighting circuits are grounded to _______. Ans. Ans.) The larger the conductor. Main d.) The efficiency of a motor is a measure of ________. they are kept clean while heating by ______. c a. remove insulation as you would sharpen a pencil II. a a. Not permitting the open flame to touch them 15. Tie the wires.) When soldering two copper conductors together. peel the insulation back and then cut outwards a. Clove hitch c. the _______. d a. Western union 17. Ans. Protect the end of the wire 13. Protect the end of the wire 14. to be pulled d.) The lubricant used to make pulling wires through a conduit easier is _______.c. d a. the total resistance is _______. Assure that the fuse will blow in a defective circuit d. The natural speed of the motor b. Keep it from catching on joints and bends b. I II and III b. Ans. c I. Always more than the higher resistance d. Grease b. Reduce shock hazard b. Lower the ampacity c. Tie a swab to c.

Voltage when clamped on a single conductor b. Grounded d. Ans. Reaming the threads on couplings b. A 10 ohm inductance coil c. Ungrounded b. c a. Making holes in boxes 26. Moist location c. d a. Ans. c a. 100 d. Dry location 35.) To cut Wiremold you would ________. c a. Duty-cycle 25.21. Volt b. Ans. cutter c. b a. Accurately only when parallel to cable d. Condenser d. Switch leg 28. Conductivity 29. 100 000 27. Ans. 1 000 c. Heat would be equal 23. d a. Ans. Shorted c. Ans. duty-cycle 24.) The current-carrying capacity of conductors expressed in amperes is _______. A 10 ohm condenser b. Watt 22. 1/120 c.) When a current leaves its intended path and returns to the source bypassing the load the circuit is ______. 1/60 b. Ans. Ans. Power factor c. Ans. b a. Ans. c a.) Electricity is sold by the kilowatt which is ______ watts.) The electric pressure or electromotive fore is measured by the _______. Use a chisel b.) It is best as safety measure. b a. 1/180 d. Electric meter c. Demand b.) The _______ angle is the angle between the real power and apparent power. Pressure c.) Electrical contacts are opened or closed when the electrical current energizes the coils of a device called a _______. c a.) Conduit installed in a concrete slab is considered a ______. a a. Use a pair of tin snips d. Accurately only when clamped perpendicular to a conductor 32. Open b. Resistance c. Use a hacksaw and remove the burr with a file. Ans.) 60 cycle frequency travels 180 degrees in how many seconds? Ans. Ans.) A clamp-on ammeter will measure _______. A 10 ohm resistor d. Voltage-current d. Incomplete d. Wet location d. Thermostat b. Broken 33. 30.) The most heat is created when current flows through which of the following? Ans. The main reason is that water _____. Voltage drop d. a . 10 000 b. Watt d. Damp location b.M. Use an approved cutter like an M. Kilowatt 34.) The greater the number of free electrons the better the _____ of a metal. Lag b. b a. Insulation value b. d a. Reaming the holes in bushings c. Current when clamped on a multi-conductor cable c. Reaming the ends of rigid conduit after it is cut d.) The electrician’s tapered reamer is used for __________. Reactor c. Relay 31.) Three-way switching does not use the following conductor: Ans. Traveler c. Ampacity d. not to use water to extinguish electrical equipment fires. d a.

a a. Will not put the fire out d. An approved box hanger 45. Bracket fixture d. Ohm c. Cement or mortar b.) A multimeter is a combination of _____. Non-automatic .) The total opposition to current flow in an AC circuit is expressed in ohms and is called ______. Prevent infection c. c a. ohmmeter and ammeter c.) A good magnetic material is _____. ohmmeter and wattmeter b. b a. none of these 44. Resistance 38. Controller b. Vibrator d. b a.) The total opposition to current flow in an AC circuit is expressed in ohms and is called ______. all of these 39. Impedance b. Volt d. Ans. d a.) Action requiring personal intervention for its control: Ans. you would use ______.) A fuse puller is used in replacing _______. Conductance c. Generator b. Reluctance d. Nylon lath twine d.) A low energy power circuit _______. May damage the wiring 36. Ans. DC only d. Periodic duty d. Recessed fixture c. Ans. Has its power supplied by transformers and batteries d. a a. ammeter and megger d. any voltage 42. AC only b. Four-way d. Ans. Auto-transformer 48. Plug fuses c.) S. Flush b. Votlmeter. Cover and cool the burned area b. d a. Ans. Ans. Ans. Care for shock d. c a. Ans. Ans.) When a person is burned the basic care steps are ______. Is a remote-control circuit b.) The unit of measurement for electrical resistance to current is the ______. Iron wire c. b a. Will turn to steam c. Aluminum 41. Hanging fixture b. a a. Is a signal circuit c.a. Ans. Ammeter. Automatic c. Reluctance d. Copper c. Iron d. d a. Ans. b a. Amp 46. Impedance b. Voltmeter. AC or DC c.) To fasten an outlet box between the suds in a wall constructed of metal lath and plaster. Single-pole c. is symbol used on a drawing to indicate a ____ switch. wattmeter and ammeter 40.) Since fuses are rated by an amperage and voltage a fuse will work on _______.) A pendant fixture is a _______. Ribbon fuses 43. d a. Voltmeter. Conductance c. May transmit shock to the user b. Brass b. Ans. Rectifier c. Three-way 49.) To convert AC or DC you will use a ______. Cartridge fuses b. Ans. Link fuses d. a a. none of these 47. Resistance 37. Watt b.

Series-parallel d. Parallel c.50. Series b. Ans. b a. Series-shunt .) A voltmeter is connected in ____ with the load.