Aquatics International University: Water Quality Course

10 Questions  I  By Aquaticsintl on June 7, 2011
Aquatics International University's Water Quality Quiz is designed to test your knowledge of water quality issues including water chemistry, maintenance and dealing with emergency situations. After reading the courses, take this brief test. Those who receive a score of 70% or higher will receive a certificate of completion. 

  

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1.  Optimally, free chlorine should be:
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B.
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2.  Which of the following is NOT a factor in water balance?
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B.
C.
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3.  Many state health codes recommend monitoring disinfectant levels:
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B.
C.
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4.  The calcium hardness of your pool water depends on:
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5.  Which of the following should be monitored weekly?
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B.
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6.  When dealing with a fecal matter contamination, operators should NOT use a vacuum to remove the contaminants.
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7.  For fecal accidents involving diarrhea, the free chlorine residual needs to be raised to ____ ppm, and maintained for a period of at least ____ hours.
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8.  Bloodborne pathogens in a pool present a serious health risk.
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9.  Pool water that is reddish brown in color may be the result of:
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10.  If chlorine levels exceed requirements, you can neutralize the water by adding which of the following?
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