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While working near flammable substances, one should avoid iron or steel hand tools.
A. True
B. False

Work areas and floors should always be kept clean and dry to prevent accidents.
A. True
B. False

Electric tools should not be used in damp or wet locations.


A. True
B. False

A screwdriver can also be used as a chisel.


A. True
B. False

Wire cutting pliers that have plastic-covered handles should not be used to cut low-voltage, live electric
wire.
A. True
B. False

Dull tools can be just as hazardous as sharp ones.


A. True
B. False

If you wear prescription lenses, you do not need additional eye protection against occupational eye
hazards.
A. True
B. False

Hearing protection is required when you are exposed to a noise level of 85 decibels or higher for an 8-hour
period of time.
A. True
B. False

Respirators are not considered PPE. (Personal Protective Equipment)


A. True
B. False

10 Any unsafe working condition or tool should be reported immediately to your supervisor.
A. True
B. False
11 If a tool is damaged, you should try to repair it yourself before taking it back to the manufacturer.
A. True
B. False
12 Floors and work areas should be kept clean and dry to prevent accidents.
A. True
B. False

13 Personal protective equipment is vital to the safety of employees that work with hand and power tools.
A. True
B. False
14 Belts, gears, shafts, pulleys, or other reciprocating, rotating or moving parts of equipment must be guarded
if they are exposed to contact by employees.
A. True
B. False
15 It is permissible to remove safe guards temporarily when working in a tight area.
A. True
B. False
16 The greatest hazards posed by hand tools are a result of misuse and improper maintenance.
A. True
B. False
17 Dull blades are more dangerous than sharp blades.
A. True
B. False
18 You should never point compressed air guns towards anyone.
A. True
B. False
19 When working with a wrench you should position it so that you can push it away from you to turn it?
A. True
B. False
20 When working with a ball peen hammer, make sure the head of the hammer is larger than the tool it is striking?
A. True
B. False

21 It is OK to wear loose clothing, dangling objects and jewellery using hand tool
A. True
B. False
22 Keep cords and hoses away from heat, oil and sharp edges
A. True
B. False
23 Use only tools and equipment in good condition
A. True
B. False
24 It is OK to make adjustments or clear a jam while the power tool is running
A. True
B. False
25 If any tool breaks or malfunctions, report it to your supervisor immediately
A. True
B. False
26 Before connecting to a power source, make sure the power is on
A. True
B. False
27 Safety glasses shall always be worn whenever you are using power hand tool
A. True
B. False
28 There are several types of power tools, including electric, pneumatic, hydraulic
A. True
B. False
29 When not in use, power tools should be disconnected
A. True
B. False
30 Keep safe distance between your hands and all moving parts of the power tool
A. True
B. False
31 Dont leave a power tool unattended while it is running
A. True
B. False
32 It is OK to startle someone who is using a power tool
A. True
B. False

33 Use safety guards exactly as they are supposed to be used


A. True
B. False
34 When tightening a nut with an adjustable wrench, always pull the wrench toward you; never push the wrench
away from you
A. True
B. False
35 Plastic covered handles on wire-cutting pliers may be used to cut low-voltage live electrical wire
A. True
B. False
36 Screwdrivers may be used for purposes other than driving or removing screws, for example as a chisel
A. True
B. False
37 When selecting a standard screwdriver be certain that the tip is almost as thick and as wide as the slot of the
head of a screw
A. True
B. False
38 When using a hacksaw, safety glasses must be worn
A. True
B. False
39 When you are finished using a hacksaw, tension should be eased
A. True
B. False
40 Who is responsible for hand and power tool safety?
A. The employer
B. The employee
C. Both a and b
41 Which of the following are basic safety rules you should follow when using hand and power tools?
A. Keep all tools in good condition with regular maintenance, Use the right tool for the job
B. Examine each tool for damage before use and do not use damaged tools
C. Both a and b
42 Which of the following is NOT a safe practice when working with power tools?
A. Keeping hoses and cords away from oil, heat, and sharp edges
B. Yanking the hose or the cord to disconnect it from the receptacle
C. Securing work with a vise or clamps, keeping both hands free to use the tool
43 While tightening a nut with an adjustable wrench...
A. The wrench should be pulled toward you
B. The wrench should be pushed away from you
C. The wrench should be hit by a hammer
44 Employees working with which of these tools are advised to wear eye, head, and face protection in
addition to the required eye protection?
A. Portable abrasive wheel tools
B. Electric tools

C. Pneumatic tools
45 Wedges, chisels,and draft pins are unsafe to use if they have...
A. Flat heads
B. Mushroomed heads
C. Pointed heads
46 Who is responsible for maintaining PPE?
A. Your employer
B. Yourself
C. A and b
47 What type of protection is needed when you are exposed to hazards from flying particles?
A. Face protection and Eye protection
B. Head protection
C. Both a and b
48 Eye protection is required for which of the following hazards?
A. Flying particles, Chemical gases or vapors
B. Liquid chemicals, acids or caustic liquids
C. Both A and B
49 Which of the following are not considered to be "striking tools"?
A. Hammers
B. Wrenches
C. Chisels
50 Which is considered more dangerous, a knife with a dull blade or a knife with a sharp blade?
A. A dull blade
B. A sharp blade
C. A no blade knife
51 When do injuries most often occur when using hand tools?
A. When the wrong or a damaged tool is used for the job
B. When the tool user takes safety for granted
C. Both A and B
52 What should one do about a damaged hand tool?
A. Try to use it anyway
B. Try to repair it
C. Discard it and buy a new tool
53 What is the first rule of wrench safety?
A. Push the wrench away
B. Pull the wrench towards you
C. Bend the wrench with a blow torch
54 How can you prevent screwdriver injury?
A. Turn it with a wrench
B. Use a driver of the proper size, matched to the proper screw
C. Strike it with a hammer
55 What is the most important tool at your command?
A. Your utility knife
B. Your hammer
C. Your common sense

56 Power tools are tools that use:


A. electricity.
B. hydraulics.
C. All of the above.
57 A bolt head is rusted and partially rounded off. Which wrench would work best for removing the bolt?
A. 6-point box-end wrench.
B. 12-point box-end wrench.
C. None of the above.
58 Which of the following tools should be used to remove old gasket material from a flat surface?
A. Chisel.
B. Probe.
C. Pry bar.
59 A bolt head is badly rusted and is difficult to loosen. Technician A says to use a pair of pliers to loosen the
rusted bolt. Technician B recommends a six-point wrench or socket. Who is correct?
A. A only.
B. B only.
C. Both A and B.
60 The most commonly used and versatile socket handle is the:
A. ratchet.
B. flex bar.
C. speed handle.
61 A(n) is a swivel that lets the socket wrench reach around obstructions.
A. extension
B. flexible driver
C. universal joint
62 When working with sockets, Technician A states that a socket's "point" is the size of the square opening for the
handle. Technician B states the point of a socket is the box configuration for the bolt head. Who is right?
A. A only.
B. B only.
C. Both A and B.
63 Which type of screwdriver is especially good to use in tight spaces?
A. Torx.
B. Offset.
C. Clutch head.
64 Pliers are used on various parts to do each of these except:
A. cut.
B. bend.
C. screw.
65 Which type of pliers open extra wide to hold very large objects?
A. Rib joint.
B. Vise grip.
C. Linemans.
66 The heaviest kind of hammer is:
A. brass.
B. sledge.
C. dead blow.

67 Which punch configuration is used to mark parts for reassembly or to start a drilled hole?
A. Center.
B. Aligning.
C. Tapered.
68 What must always be worn when using hand tools?
A. Safety Glasses
B. Gloves
C. Ear plugs
69 What must be removed before using any hand tool?
A. Rings, watches, bracelets, necklaces
B. Underwear
C. Safety glasses
70 What kind of shoes must be worn when using hand tools?
A. Closed toe shoes
B. Flip-flops
C. sandals
71 Where shouldn't you carry tools?
A. In your pocket
B. In a tool belt
C. In a tool box
72 If a hand tool has a sharp edge, how should it be carried?
A. In your pocket
B. Over your head
C. Down and away from your body
73 When checking your surroundings, you should make sure your work area is what?
A. Clear
B. Damp
C. cluttered
74 Where should your feet be while drilling or cutting?
A. Upside down
B. Firmly on the floor while standing
C. Holding the stock you are cutting
75 When placing hand tools on the table, where should sharp edges be?
A. Pointed away from everyone.
B. Facing you
C. Pointed to one of your co-workers
76 What should you do when you are finished using a tool?
A. Return it to your supervisor
B. Clean up any sawdust or scraps
C. Leave it where it is
77 This hammer has a flat face for striking and a rounded face that is used to align brackets and drive out bolts.
A. Ball peen hammer
B. Claw hammer
C. Rubber mallet

78 This is the most common type of standard screwdriver; A tool used to put in slotted screws.
A. Flat or Slotted head screw driver
B. Torx screwdriver
C. Robertson screwdriver
79 This is the most common type of crosshead screwdriver; A tool used to put in cross-head screws.
A. Slotted head screwdriver
B. Phillips head screw driver
C. Spanner
80 This screwdriver has an hour-glass-shaped tip that is especially useful when you need extra holding power.
A. Ratchet handle
B. Clutch Drive
C. Offset drive
81 This screwdriver has a star-shaped tip that is useful for replacing parts .
A. Tri-Wing screwdriver
B. Torx Screwdriver
C. Robertson screwdriver
82 This screwdriver has a square drive that provides high torque power. Usually color coded according to size.
A. Standard screwdriver
B. spanner
C. Robertson screwdriver
83 This screwdriver conforms to screws that can also be operated with hex keys; it is suitable for socket-head
screws that are recessed.
A. Tri-Wing screwdriver
B. Allen screwdriver
C. Robertson screwdriver
84 Always wear while working
A. Apron
B. respirator
C. eye protection
85 NEVER place tools & materials where they hang on the _______ of a bench.
A. Edge
B. Top
C. bottom
86 Keep your cutting tools _________ and in good condition.
A. rusted
B. Sharp
C. Dull
87 DONT work with ______ or ___________ hands.
A. greasy , clean
B. clean , dirty
C. oily , greasy
88 Handle ____________ and _____________ tools with care.
A. sharp-edged, pointed
B. dull , mushroomed
C. unused , stocked

89 NEVER carry tools in your ___________.


A. Tool belt
B. Pockets
C. hands
90 DONT use tools with handles which are _________ or _______________.
A. Loose , cracked
B. black , white
C. flat , tight
91 Cut away from yourself when you use . and other edged tools.
A. Pliers
B. Utility knives
C. Chisels
92 DONT use a file without a ___________.
A. Tip
B. Handle
C. Face mask
93 Always carry ______________ tools by your side with the points and heavy ends DOWN.
A. Dull
B. mushroomed
C. Pointed
94 KEEP your punches & chisels in good condition. _______________ heads cause injury.
A. Flat
B. Mushroomed
C. Small
95 Use the ____________ of tool for the job.
A. right type
B. right color
C. off beam type
96 NEVER ______ or _________ with a FILE. It may shatter.
A. pry , hammer
B. grip , cut
C. file , smooth
97 DONT use ________________ as chisels or pry bars.
A. Utility knives
B. Screwdrivers
C. crowbars
98 NEVER try to increase your __________ by using a cheater with a wrench. Wrenches are designed at the
right strength for their size and length.
A. Leverage
B. Grip
C. A and B
99 If anything breaks or malfunctions, report it to your supervisor _____________.
A. After work
B. At lunch time
C. immediately

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AFTER USING A TOOL, ________ it and _________ it to its proper storage place.
A. Grease , oil
B. Clean , return
C. clean , dont take
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DONT ________ screws; make sure that the correct screw for the job is being used.
A. Force
B. Modify
C. clean
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A wrench with two open ends.
A. Box End Wrench
B. Combination Wrench
C. Open End Wrench
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A high torque wrench with two closed ends.
A. Box End Wrench
B. Hex Allen Wrench
C. Open End Wrench
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A wrench with both open and closed ends.
A. Box End Wrench
B. Combination Wrench
C. Open End Wrench
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A wrench with ratchet movement, used with a socket.
A. Adjustable Wrench
B. Hex Allen Wrench
C. Ratchet Wrench
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A tool used to tighten/loosen Allen screws.
A. Combination Wrench
B. Hex Allen Wrench
C. Open End Wrench
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A tool that has an adjustable jaw that tightens to hold tight when torque is applied to handle.
A. Adjustable Wrench
B. Pipe Wrench
C. Ratchet Wrench
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Pliers commonly used for turning and holding nuts and bolts, with a joint adjustable to multiple positions in
order to increase the opening of the jaws.
A. Diagonal Cut Pliers
B. Needle Nose Pliers
C. Combination Slip Joint Pliers
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Pliers used to do electrical work.
A. Linemans Pliers
B. Needle Nose Pliers
C. Slip Joint Pliers
110 Cutters used as side cutters to cut wire.
A. Diagonal Cut Pliers
B. Needle Nose Pliers
C. Slip Joint Pliers
111 Pliers that come to a point.
A. Diagonal Cut Pliers
B. Needle Nose Pliers
C. Slip Joint Pliers

112A hammer used to do construction work.


A. Ball Peen Hammer
B. Curved Claw Hammer
C. Shop Hammer
113A heavy weight hammer with a long handle used for hitting objects.
A. Ball Peen Hammer
B. Curved Claw Hammer
C. Sledge Hammer
114 A hammer with a round point on one end and a flat head on the other end.
A. Ball Peen Hammer
B. Curved Claw Hammer
C. Shop Hammer
115Clamp for spanning wide work. It has a metal bar with screw clamps and an adjustable stop mounted on the
bar.
A. Bar Clamp
B. Flat Nail Bar
C. Wood Clamp
116 A light hammer that does not dent objects when struck.
A. Ball Peen Hammer
B. Rubber Mallet
C. Sledge Hammer
117A chisel, which has a flat tip used to notch and move stuck bolts.
A. Cold Chisel
B. Round Nose Chisel
C. Round Punch
118 A chisel with a round tip.
A. Cold Chisel
B. Round Nose Chisel
C. Round Punch
119 Pliers that can be locked in place.
A. Locking Pliers
B. Needle Nose Pliers
C. Slip Joint Pliers
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Wrench that is adjustable to different sized nuts and bolts.
A. Adjustable Wrench
B. Pipe Wrench
C. Ratchet Wrench
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A screwdriver with a flat tip.
A. Flat Blade Screwdriver
B. Offset Screwdriver
C. Phillips Screwdriver
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A screwdriver that has a head with ridges that intersect like an X.
A. Drill Bit
B. Offset Screwdriver
C. Phillips Screwdriver

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A screwdriver with screw heads offset 90 degrees from each used to remove or replace screws in tight
areas.
A. Flat Blade Screwdriver
B. Offset Screwdriver
C. Phillips Screwdriver
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Used with a drill bit to drill holes.
A. Hacksaw
B. Machinist Vise
C. Power Drill
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A tool used to cut metal or plastic.
A. Hacksaw
B. Machinist Vise
C. Power Drill
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Used to cut bolts.
A. Bolt Cutter
B. Diagonal Cut Pliers
C. Tin Snips
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Used to cut thin sheet metal.
A. Bolt Cutter
B. Diagonal Cut Pliers
C. Tin Snips
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Reduces hammer force to a small area.
A. Center Punch
B. Pin Punch
C. Round Punch
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Used to drive out small objects, cotter keys, and key locks.
A. Center Punch
B. Pin Punch
C. Round Punch
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Used to mark metal or plastic for drilling.
A. Center Punch
B. Drill Bit
C. Pin Punch
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Used to sharpen blades.
A. Flat File
B. Half Round File
C. Round File
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Used to remove metal burrs from inside large round objects.
A. Half Round File
B. Round File
C. Triangular File
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Used to remove metal burrs from L shaped objects.
A. Flat File
B. Round File
C. Triangular File
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Used to remove metal burrs from inside small round objects.
A. Flat File
B. Half Round File
C. Round File

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A lightweight vise for general shop use.


A. General Utility Vise
B. Machinist Vise
C. Power Drill
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A heavy weight vise for heavy shop work.
A. General Utility Vise
B. Hacksaw
C. Machinist Vise
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Receptacle used to tighten or loosen hex shaped fasteners to be used with a ratchet or other square-drive
device.
A. Adjustable Wrench
B. Pipe Wrench
C. Socket
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A clamp used to hold pieces of wood in place.
A. Flat Nail Bar
B. Utility Knife
C. Wood Clamp
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A detachable cutting tool used to cut circular holes; the cutting end of a drill.
A. Center Punch
B. Drill Bit
C. Pin Punch
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A flat hand bar of steel with a slightly bent wedge-shaped end, which is sometimes forked, used as a pry
bar or lever.
A. C-Clamp
B. Flat Nail Bar
C. Wood Clamp
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Pliers with a joint adjustable to two positions in order to increase the opening of the jaws.
A. Diagonal Cut Pliers
B. Needle Nose Pliers
C. Slip Joint Pliers
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A tool with a wood or plastic handle and steel wire bristles used for cleaning rust and removing paint.
A. Flat Nail Bar
B. Utility Knife
C. Wire Brush
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C-shaped clamping device typically used to hold a wood or metal work piece.
A. C-Clamp
B. Flat Nail Bar
C. Wood Clamp
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A cutting tool used in various trades and crafts for a variety of purposes.
A. Flat Nail Bar
B. Utility Knife
C. Wire Brush
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This file has two sets of teeth crisscrossing each other.
A. Double-Cut File
B. Single-Cut File
C. Rasp-Cut File

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This file is single. straight-edged teeth running across the file at an angle.
A. Single-Cut File
B. Rasp-Cut File
C. Double-Cut File
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This file the teeth are individually cut: they are not connected to each other.
A. Rasp-Cut File
B. Double-Cut File
C. Single-Cut File
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This file has single row of widely spaced teeth.
A. Curved-tooth file
B. Double-Cut File
C. Single-Cut File
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Eye protection to protect eyes from the impact of foreign objects.
A. Safety glasses
B. Safety goggles
C. Dust mask
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Eye protection to protect eyes from all directions.
A. Safety goggles
B. Safety glasses
C. Dust mask
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Face and eye protection against flying debris.
A. Face shield
B. Safety goggles
C. Safety glasses
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Mouth and nose protection against airborne particles.
A. Dust mask
B. Face shield
C. Safety goggles

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A prying tool with a nail slot at the end to pull nails out in tightly enclosed areas. It can also be used as a
small pry bar. It is usually 2 inches wide and 1 inche long.
A. Flat bar
B. Chisel
C. Pry bar
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Has two claws, one at either end, and is ground to a chisel- like bevel slant on both ends. You can use it like
a claw hammer to pull nails. You can also drive it into wood to split and rip apart the pieces.
A. Chisel bar
B. Wrench
C. Offset screwdriver
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A nonadjustable wrench with an opening at each end that determines the size of the wrench.
A. Open-end wrench
B. Crescent wrench
C. Combination wrench
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Form a continuous circle around the head of a fastener. The ends have six or twelve points. The ends come
in different sizes, ranging from 3/8 inch to 1 5/16 inches.
A. Box-end Wrench
B. Monkey wrench
C. Torque wrench
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Have two types of wrenches one of the ends of the wrench is open and the other is closed or box-end. this
wrench can speed up our work, because you don't have to keep changing wrenches.
A. Combination wrench
B. Allen wrench
C. Ratchet wrench
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A hexagonal steel bar that is bent to form a right angle. Often referred to as an Allen wrench.
A. Hex key wrench
B. Crescent wrench
C. Monkey wrench
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A smooth-jawed adjustable wrench used for turning nuts, bolts, and pipe fittings. Often referred to as a
Crescent wrench.
A. Adjustable end wrench
B. Combination wrench
C. Vise grip wrench
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To hold and bend wire and to grip and hold objects during assembly operations. They have adjustable jaws.
A. Slip Joint pliers
B. Diagonal cutter
C. Needle nose pliers
161
A wrench for gripping and turning a pipe or pipe-shaped object; it tightens when turned in one direction
only
A. Pipe Wrench
B. Crescent wrench
C. Open end wrench
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Are used to get into tight places where other pliers won't reach or to grip parts that are too small to hold
with ou fingers. they are useful for bending angles in wire or narrow metal strips.
A. Long Nose pliers or Needle Nose
B. Slip-joint pliers
C. Wire cutter
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You use to cut heavy or large-gauge wire and to hold work. The wedged jaws reduce the chance that wires
will slip, and the hook bend in one handle gives you a better grip.
A. Lineman Pliers or Side Cutters
B. Diagonal cutters

C. Slip-joint pliers
Have serrated teeth that grip flat, square, round, or hexagonal objects. You can set the jaws in up to five
positions by slipping the curved ridge into the desired groove.
A. Channellock or Groove-Joint Pliers
B. Slip-joint pliers
C. Linemans Pliers
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Clamp firmly onto objects the way a vise does. A knob in the handle controls the width and tension of the
jaws. You close the handles to lock the pliers. You release the pliers by pressing the lever to open the jaws.
A. Vise Grip or Locking Pliers
B. Groove-Joint Pliers
C. Slip-joint pliers
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1. What is NOT one of the four aerodynamic forces?


A. Lift
B. Pressure
C. Gravity
2. Which aerodynamic force is known as "the resistance of air"?
A. Thrust
B. Drug
C. drag
3. What is a "natural" force acting upon the airplane?
A. The pilot
B. Weight/gravity
C. The propeller
4. Which principle explains how an airplane flies?
A. Bernoulli's Principal
B. Brownian's Principal
C. Schroedinger's Principal
5. Which part of the airplane creates the lift?
A. The propeller
B. The rudder
C. The wings
6. What force must be created by an airplane, in order to overcome drag?
A. Thrust
B. Weight/gravity
C. Lift
7. Which part of the airplane provides thrust?
A. Wings
B. Propellers
C. Flaps
8. What are the primary flight controls for an aircraft?
A. Wings, propeller, tail
B. Propeller, fuselage, ailerons
C. Elevator, rudder, ailerons
9. When a pilot moves the rudder, he affects the ..
A. Lift
B. Yaw
C. Roll
10. When a pilot moves the aileron, he affects the ..
A. Thrust
B. Yaw
C. Roll
11. When a pilot moves the elevator, he affects the ..
A. Roll
B. Pitch
C. Lift
12. The area and the thickness of the aircraft wings affect .
A. Thrust
B. Roll
C. Lift