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SUMMATIVE TEST IN TLE

ANNA BERNADETH C. CRUZ


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•SCREW DRIVERS
1. BLADE TIP IS WEDGE-SHAPED AND
RESEMBLES A NEGATIVE (-) SIGN. THIS IS
USED TO DRIVE SCREWS WITH A SINGLE SLOT
AHEAD

• A. STANDARD/FLAT SCREW DRIVER


• B. PHILIPS SCREW DRIVER
• C. STUBBY SCREW DRIVER
• D. ALLEN SCREW DRIVER/WRENCH
2. COULD BE IN THE SHAPE OF A SCREW
DRIVER OR A WRENCH. ITS FUNCTION IS
TO DRIVE SCREW WITH HEXAGONAL SLOT
HEAD.
• A. STANDARD/FLAT SCREW DRIVER
• B. PHILIPS SCREW DRIVER
• C. STUBBY SCREW DRIVER
• D. ALLEN SCREW DRIVER/WRENCH
3. HAS A CROSS TIP RESEMBLING A
POSITIVE (+) SIGN. THIS IS USED TO DRIVE
SCREWS WITH CROSS SLOT HEADS.

• A. STANDARD/FLAT SCREW DRIVER


• B. PHILIPS SCREW DRIVER
• C. STUBBY SCREW DRIVER
• D. ALLEN SCREW DRIVER/WRENCH
4. COMES IN EITHER STANDARD OR PHILIPS
SCREW DRIVER WITH SHORT SHANK OR BLADE
AND A SHORTED HANDLE USED TO TURN
SCREWS IN TIGHT SPACE WHERE STANDARD
SCREW DRIVER CANNOT BE USED.

• A. STANDARD/FLAT SCREW DRIVER


• B. PHILIPS SCREW DRIVER
• C. STUBBY SCREW DRIVER
• D. ALLEN SCREW DRIVER/WRENCH
•HAMMERS
5. A HAMMER WITH ONE SIDE OF THE
HEAD SPLIT AND CURVED, USED FOR
EXTRACTING NAILS.

• A. CLAW HAMMER
• B. MALLET(RUBBER HEAD)
• C. BALLPEN HAMMER
6. A KIND OF HAMMER, OFTEN MADE OF
RUBBER OR SOMETIMES WOOD, THAT IS
SMALLER THAN A MAUL OR BEETLE, AND
USUALLY HAS A RELATIVELY LARGE
HEAD.

• A. CLAW HAMMER
• B. MALLET(RUBBER HEAD)
• C. BALLPEN HAMMER
7. A HAMMER WITH A ROUNDED END
OPPOSITE THE FACE, A TYPE
OF PEENING HAMMER USED
IN METALWORKING.

• A. CLAW HAMMER
• B. MALLET(RUBBER HEAD)
• C. BALLPEN HAMMER
•PLIERS
8. THIS IS USED FOR GRIPPING, HOLDING, AND
CUTTING ELECTRICAL WIRES AND CABLES AND
EVEN SMALL NAILS. THEY ARE USUALLY USED
BY LINEMEN IN DOING HEAVY TASKS.

• A. COMBINATION PLIERS (LINEMAN’S PLIERS)


• B. SIDE CUTTING PLIERS
• C. LONG NOSE PLIERS
• D. WIRE STRIPPER
9. TYPE OF PLIERS IS USED FOR CUTTING
FINE, MEDIUM AND BIG WIRES AND
CABLES.

• A. COMBINATION PLIERS (LINEMAN’S PLIERS)


• B. SIDE CUTTING PLIERS
• C. LONG NOSE PLIERS
• D. WIRE STRIPPER
10. USED FOR CUTTING AND HOLDING
FINE WIRES. THIS CAN REACH TIGHT
SPACE OR SMALL OPENING WHERE
OTHER PLIERS CANNOT REACH AND ALSO
USED IN MAKING TERMINAL LOOPS OF
COPPER WIRES.
• A. COMBINATION PLIERS (LINEMAN’S PLIERS)
• B. SIDE CUTTING PLIERS
• C. LONG NOSE PLIERS
• D. WIRE STRIPPER
11. A TOOL USED FOR REMOVING
INSULATION OF MEDIUM SIZED WIRES
RANGING FROM GAUGE #10 TO GAUGE
#16.

• A. COMBINATION PLIERS (LINEMAN’S PLIERS)


• B. SIDE CUTTING PLIERS
• C. LONG NOSE PLIERS
• D. WIRE STRIPPER
12. USED BY LINEMEN TO REMOVE
INSULATION OF WIRE AND CABLES IN
LOW AND HIGH VOLTAGE TRANSMISSION
LINES.

• A. COMBINATION PLIERS (LINEMAN’S PLIERS)


• B. ELECTRICIAN’S KNIFE
• C. PORTABLE ELECTRIC DRILL
• D. HACKSAW
13. A SMALL DRILLING MACHINE WITH A
CHUCK CAPACITY OF ¼‖ TO 3/8‖. IT IS USED IN
MAKING HOLES ON METAL SHEETS AND
CONCRETE WALLS.

• A. COMBINATION PLIERS (LINEMAN’S PLIERS)


• B. ELECTRICIAN’S KNIFE
• C. PORTABLE ELECTRIC DRILL
• D. HACKSAW
14. TOOL IS USED TO CUT METAL
CONDUIT AND ARMORED CABLE.

• A. COMBINATION PLIERS (LINEMAN’S PLIERS)


• B. ELECTRICIAN’S KNIFE
• C. PORTABLE ELECTRIC DRILL
• D. HACKSAW
•ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
AND MATERIALS
15. A DEVICE THAT ACTS AS A CONVENIENT SOURCE
OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY FOR CURRENT CONSUMING
APPLIANCES. IT IS WHERE THE MALE PLUG OF AN
APPLIANCE IS INSERTED AND USUALLY FASTENED
ON THE WALL OR CONNECTED IN AN EXTENSION
CORD. IT MAYBE SINGLE, DUPLEX, TRIPLEX OR
MULTIPLEX AND COULD BE SURFACE TYPE OR
FLUSH TYPE.
• A. CONVENIENCE OUTLET
• B. MALE PLUG
• C. LAMP HOLDERS
• D. SWITCH
16. A DEVICE INSERTED TO A CONVENIENCE
OUTLET TO CONDUCT ELECTRIC CURRENT. A
FLAT CORD IS ATTACHED TO IT ON ONE END
AND THE OTHER END IS CONNECTED TO A
CURRENT CONSUMING INSTRUMENT OR
APPLIANCE.

• A. CONVENIENCE OUTLET
• B. MALE PLUG
• C. LAMP HOLDERS
• D. SWITCH
17. DEVICES THAT HOLD AND PROTECT THE LAMP
AND ARE ALSO CALLED AS ―LAMP
SOCKETS/RECEPTACLES‖. THESE COME IN MANY
DESIGNS AND SIZES. THEY ARE CLASSIFIED AS
FLUSH, HANGING (WEATHER PROOF/CHAIN) AND
SURFACE TYPES.

• A. CONVENIENCE OUTLET
• B. MALE PLUG
• C. LAMP HOLDERS
• D. SWITCH
18. A DEVICE THAT CONNECTS AND DISCONNECTS
THE FLOW OF ELECTRIC CURRENT IN A CIRCUIT.
THERE ARE MANY SHAPES, DESIGNS, AND TYPES
AND THEY ARE CLASSIFIED AS HANGING, FLUSH,
AND SURFACE TYPES.

• A. CONVENIENCE OUTLET
• B. MALE PLUG
• C. LAMP HOLDERS
• D. SWITCH
19. A CIRCUIT PROTECTIVE DEVICE THAT
AUTOMATICALLY BLOWS AND CUT THE
CURRENT WHEN AND OVER LOAD OR
SHORT CIRCUIT HAPPENS.

• A. FUSE
• B. JUNCTION BOX
• C. CIRCUIT BREAKER
• D. UTILITY BOX
20. AN OCTAGONAL SHAPED ELECTRICAL
MATERIAL WHERE THE CONNECTIONS OR
JOINTS OF WIRES ARE BEING DONE. IT IS ALSO
WHERE THE FLUSH TYPE LAMP HOLDER IS
ATTACHED. THIS COULD BE MADE OF METAL
OR PLASTIC (PVC) POLYVINYLCHLORIDE.

• A. FUSE
• B. JUNCTION BOX
• C. CIRCUIT BREAKER
• D. UTILITY BOX
21. A PROTECTIVE DEVICE USED TO
AUTOMATICALLY BLOWS AND CUTS THE
CURRENT WHEN TROUBLE IN THE CIRCUIT
SUCH AS SHORT CIRCUIT OR OVERLOAD
OCCURS.

• A. FUSE
• B. JUNCTION BOX
• C. CIRCUIT BREAKER
• D. UTILITY BOX
22. A RECTANGULAR SHAPED METALLIC
OR PLASTIC (PVC) MATERIAL IN WHICH
FLUSH TYPE CONVENIENCE OUTLET AND
SWITCH ARE ATTACHED.

• A. FUSE
• B. JUNCTION BOX
• C. CIRCUIT BREAKER
• D. UTILITY BOX
23. IS A DUPLEX STRANDED WIRE USED FOR
TEMPORARY WIRING INSTALLATION AND
COMMONLY USED IN EXTENSION CORD ASSEMBLY.
IT COMES IN A ROLL OF 150 METERS AND WITH SIZES
OF GAUGE # 18 AND GAUGE # 16 AWG (AMERICAN
WIRE GAUGE).

• A. FLAT CORD
• B. ELECTRICAL WIRE/CONDUCTOR
• C. CONDUITS/PIPES
• D. CLAMPS
24. ELECTRICAL MATERIAL THAT COULD BE:
A. STRANDED WIRE WHICH IS MADE OF MULTIPLE
STRANDS JOINED TOGETHER TO MAKE A SINGLE
WIRE.
B. SOLID WIRE IS MADE OF A SINGLE STRAND OF
COPPER OR ALUMINUM WIRE. THESE ARE USED IN
WIRING INSTALLATION INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE
BUILDINGS.
• A. FLAT CORD
• B. ELECTRICAL WIRE/CONDUCTOR
• C. CONDUITS/PIPES
• D. CLAMPS
25. ELECTRICAL MATERIALS USED AS THE PASSAGE
OF WIRES FOR PROTECTION AND INSULATION. THESE
COULD BE RIGID METALLIC, FLEXIBLE METALLIC
CONDUIT (FMC), RIGID NONMETALLIC (PVC), AND
FLEXIBLE NON-METALLIC OR CORRUGATED PLASTIC
CONDUIT (CPC).

• A. FLAT CORD
• B. ELECTRICAL WIRE/CONDUCTOR
• C. CONDUITS/PIPES
• D. CLAMPS
26. ELECTRICAL MATERIALS USED TO
HOLD AND ANCHOR ELECTRICAL
CONDUITS IN ITS PROPER POSITION.

• A. FLAT CORD
• B. ELECTRICAL WIRE/CONDUCTOR
• C. CONDUITS/PIPES
• D. CLAMPS
27. USED TO ATTACH METALLIC OR NON-
METALLIC CONDUIT TO THE JUNCTION OR
UTILITY BOXES.

• A. CONNECTORS
• B. ELECTRICAL WIRE/CONDUCTOR
• C. CONDUITS/PIPES
• D. CLAMPS
28. A WIRE WHICH IS MADE OF MULTIPLE
STRANDS JOINED TOGETHER TO MAKE A
SINGLE WIRE.

• A. FLAT WIRE
• B. STRANDED WIRE
• C. SOLID WIRE
• D. TELEPHONE WIRE
29. A WIRE WHICH IS MADE OF A SINGLE
STRAND OF COPPER OR ALUMINUM WIRE.
THESE ARE USED IN WIRING
INSTALLATION INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE
BUILDINGS.

• A. FLAT WIRE
• B. STRANDED WIRE
• C. SOLID WIRE
• D. TELEPHONE WIRE
•COMMON WIRE SPLICES
AND JOINTS
30. KIND OF JOINT IS COMMONLY USED TO JOIN
TWO OR MORE CONDUCTORS INSIDE THE
JUNCTION BOX. IT IS SUITABLE FOR SERVICE
WHERE THERE IS NO MECHANICAL STRESS
WHEN WIRES ARE TO BE CONNECTED IN AN
OUTLET BOX, SWITCH, OR CONDUIT FITTING.

• A. RAT TAIL OR PIG TAIL


• B. Y-SPLICE
• C. KNOTTED TAP
• D. PLAIN TAP JOINT
31. METHOD OF WRAPPING IS GENERALLY
USED ON SMALL CABLES BECAUSE THE
STRANDS ARE FLEXIBLE AND ALL CAN BE
WRAPPED IN ONE OPERATION.

• A. RAT TAIL OR PIG TAIL


• B. Y-SPLICE
• C. KNOTTED TAP
• D. PLAIN TAP JOINT
32. THIS IS USED WHERE THE TAP WIRE
IS UNDER HEAVY TENSILE STRESS.

• A. RAT TAIL OR PIG TAIL


• B. Y-SPLICE
• C. KNOTTED TAP
• D. PLAIN TAP JOINT
33. USED WHERE THE TAP WIRE IS UNDER
CONSIDERABLE TENSILE STRESS
CIRCUIT.

• A. RAT TAIL OR PIG TAIL


• B. Y-SPLICE
• C. KNOTTED TAP
• D. PLAIN TAP JOINT
34. IS USED AS A TEMPORARY TAP USUALLY
DONE IN CONSTRUCTIONS SITES. THE EASY
TWIST WILL FACILITATE TAP WIRE MOVEMENT.

• A. AERIAL TAP
• B. DUPLEX CROSS JOINT
• C. WESTERN UNION SHORT
• D. WESTERN UNION LONG TIE
35. A TWO-TAP WIRE TURNED
SIMULTANEOUSLY AND IS USED WHERE THE
TWO TAP WIRE IS UNDER HEAVY TENSILE
STRESS.

• A. AERIAL TAP
• B. DUPLEX CROSS JOINT
• C. WESTERN UNION SHORT
• D. WESTERN UNION LONG TIE
36. TIE SPLICE. THIS IS THE MOST WIDELY
USED SPLICE OR JOINT IN INTERIOR WIRING
INSTALLATION TO EXTEND THE LENGTH OF
WIRE FROM ONE POINT TO ANOTHER.

• A. AERIAL TAP
• B. DUPLEX CROSS JOINT
• C. WESTERN UNION SHORT
• D. WESTERN UNION LONG TIE
37. THIS IS USED EXTENSIVELY FOR
OUTSIDE WIRING TO EXTEND THE
LENGTH OF WIRE FROM ONE END TO
ANOTHER.

• A. AERIAL TAP
• B. DUPLEX CROSS JOINT
• C. WESTERN UNION SHORT
• D. WESTERN UNION LONG TIE
38. THE SAME APPLICATION IS DONE AS IN
PLAIN TAP AND THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS
THAT THIS TAP IS A COMBINATION OF TWO
PLAIN TAPS PLACE SIDE BY SIDE WITH EACH
OTHER.

• A. CROSS JOINT
• B. WRAPPED TAP OR TEE JOINT
• C. WESTERN UNION SHORT
• D. WESTERN UNION LONG TIE
39. THIS IS USED ON LARGE SOLID
CONDUCTORS WHERE IT IS DIFFICULT TO
WRAP THE HEAVY TAP WIRE AROUND THE
MAIN WIRE.

• A. CROSS JOINT
• B. WRAPPED TAP OR TEE JOINT
• C. WESTERN UNION SHORT
• D. WESTERN UNION LONG TIE
•MULTI TESTER
40. A PIECE OF TEST EQUIPMENT USED FOR
MEASURING VOLTAGE, CURRENT, RESISTANCE,
AND POSSIBLY OTHER ELECTRICAL QUANTITIES AN
D DISPLAYING THE VALUE IN NUMBER FORM.

• A. DIGITAL MULTITESTER
• B. ANALOG MULTITESTER
• C. COMBINATION
• D. SEME-DIGITAL
41. MULTITESTER WHICH WAS BASED ON
A MICRO-AMMETER, AND WHOSE POINTER
MOVES OVER A SCALE CALIBRATED FOR
ALL THE DIFFERENT MEASUREMENTS
THAT CAN BE MADE.
• A. DIGITAL MULTITESTER
• B. ANALOG MULTITESTER
• C. COMBINATION
• D. SEME-DIGITAL
42. PARTS OF MULTITESTER WHICH IS NEEDLE-
SHAPE ROD THAT MOVES OVER THE SCALE OF
A METER. - IT IS MECHANICALLY CONNECTED
TO THE MOVING COIL. IT INDICATES THE
MEASURED VALUES ON THE MULTIMETER.

• A. POINTER
• B. RANGE SELECTOR KNOB
• C. ADJUSTMENT SCREW
• D. SCALE
43. A SELECTOR SWITCH IN MULTITESTER THAT
MAKES IT POSSIBLE TO SELECT DIFFERENT
FUNCTION AND RANGE OF THE METER.

• A. POINTER
• B. RANGE SELECTOR KNOB
• C. ADJUSTMENT SCREW
• D. SCALE
44. PART IN MULTITESTER THAT MAKES IT
POSSIBLE TO ADJUST THE POINTER TO
THE ZERO POSITION OF THE SCALE.

• A. POINTER
• B. RANGE SELECTOR KNOB
• C. ADJUSTMENT SCREW
• D. SCALE
45. IT IS A SERIES OF MARKING IN MULTITESTER
THAT IS USED FOR READING THE VALUE OF
QUANTITY. SCALE CAN HAVE DIFFERENT TYPES OF
SCALE, FOR VOLTAGE AND CURRENT READINGS
THE SCALES HAVE MOSTLY LINEAR WHICH MEAN
EQUAL DIVISION FOR RESISTANCE .

• A. POINTER
• B. RANGE SELECTOR KNOB
• C. ADJUSTMENT SCREW
• D. SCALE
46. PARTS IN MULTITESTER THAT HAS
POSITIVE (RED) NEGATIVE (BLACK) IS USE
TO CONNECT THE CIRCUIT TO THE
ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS BEING
TESTED.

• A. TEST PROBE
• B. ZERO-OHM ADJUSTMENT KNOB
• C. ADJUSTMENT SCREW
• D. SCALE
47. PART OF MULTITESTER USED TO ZERO-
IN THE POINTER BEFORE MEASURING
RESISTANCE.

• A. TEST PROBE
• B. ZERO-OHM ADJUSTMENT KNOB
• C. ADJUSTMENT SCREW
• D. SCALE
48. WHAT DOES OHS STANDS FOR

• A. OCCUPATIONAL HELP SYSTEM


• B. OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
• C. OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SECURITY
• D. OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM
49. IT IS A PICTOGRAM USED TO REPRESENT
VARIOUS ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES
OR FUNCTIONS, SUCH AS WIRES, BATTERIES,
RESISTORS, AND TRANSISTORS, IN A SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM OF AN ELECTRICAL OR ELECTRONIC
CIRCUIT.

• A. ELECTRICAL SYMBOL
• B. ELECTRICAL SIGNS
• C. ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT
• D. ELECTRICAL DESIGNS
50. A WARNING ICON IN A PICTURE
SYMBOL INTENDED TO ALERT YOU,
AND/OR TO INSTRUCT YOU HOW TO AVOID
A POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS CONDITION

• A. Electrical Symbol
• B. Electrical Signs
• C. Electrical Circuit
• D. Electrical Designs
SYSTEM OF MEASUREMENT
51. SYSTEM OF MEASUREMENT WHICH
HAS A DECIMAL SYSTEM BASED ON 10

• A. ENGLISH SYSTEM
• B. METRIC SYSTEM
• C. LINEAR MEASURE
• D. SYSTEM UNIT
52. SYSTEM OF USED IN MANY COUNTRIES
USING FEET, PONDS AND SECONDS.

• A. ENGLISH SYSTEM
• B. METRIC SYSTEM
• C. LINEAR MEASURE
• D. SYSTEM UNIT
53. HOW MANY CENTIMETER ARE THERE
IN 18 INCHES

• A. 45.74 CM.
• B. 45.72 CM.
• C. 46.74 CM.
• D. 46.72 CM
54. HOW MANY CENTIMETER ARE THERE
IN 800 MM

• A. 8 CM
• B. 80 CM
• C. 800 CM
• D. 8000 CM
55. HOW MANY FEET ARE THERE IN 192
INCHES

• A. 19 FT
• B. 16 FT
• C. 15 FT
• D. 12 FT
LETS ANSWER