# Entry Level Turbodrill Technician

20 Questions | Total Attempts: 70  Settings  • 1.
Instructions:Please select the best answer to the following questions. Consult the test supervisor about calculator use.3/4 + 1/2 =
• A.

5/6

• B.

1

• C.

1 1/4

• D.

1 1/2

• E.

1 3/4

• 2.
Two pints of cleaner are added to 6 pints of water. Cleaner is _________ percent of the mixture.
• A.

15%

• B.

25%

• C.

40%

• D.

60%

• E.

75%

• 3.
5.25 tonnes are equal to how many kilograms?
• A.

5250 kilograms

• B.

52.50 kilograms

• C.

10500 kilograms

• D.

10.500 kilograms

• E.

None of the above

• 4.
15 ft 6 in - 12 ft 8 in =
• A.

28 ft 2 in

• B.

3 ft 10 in

• C.

3 ft 2 in

• D.

2 ft 10 in

• E.

None of the above

• 5.
14 yards are equal to how many feet?
• A.

4.67

• B.

42

• C.

32

• D.

28

• E.

14

• 6.
Metals play a very important role in modern industry.However, pure metal are rarely used.Instead, different metals are mixed together to form combinations called alloys.For example, brass is a combination of copper, zinc, and nickel. Alloys are generally harder than the individual metals which compose them and poorer conductors of heat and electricity than pure metals. For example, brass is a poor conductor of electricity and cooper is one of the best.Alloys are best described as:
• A.

One metal combined with a small amount of another metal.

• B.

Two metals mixed together in equal amounts

• C.

Two or more metals mixed together unequal amounts

• D.

Two or more metals mixed together

• E.

None of the above

• 7.
Metals play a very important role in modern industry.However, pure metal are rarely used.Instead, different metals are mixed together to form combinations called alloys.For example, brass is a combination of copper, zinc, and nickel. Alloys are generally harder than the individual metals which compose them and poorer conductors of heat and electricity than pure metals. For example, brass is a poor conductor of electricity and cooper is one of the best.Compared to the pure metals which compose them, alloys are:
• A.

Better conductors of electricity.

• B.

Poorer conductor of electricity.

• C.

Generally softer.

• D.

Less important in industrial use.

• E.

None of the above.

• 8.
Which of these pair of magnets will stick together in the position they are in?
• A.

Drawing A

• B.

Drawing B

• C.

Both Drawings

• D.

None of the above

• 9.
At the top is a drawing of a glass container holding water and oil. If you add more water what would it look like?
• A.

Like glass A

• B.

Like glass B

• C.

Like glass C

• D.

None of the above.

• 10.
If the shopping cart was moving in the direction of the big arrow and then you stopped it suddenly, which way would the milk carton fall?
• A.

Forward A

• B.

Backward B

• C.

Can't tell

• 11.
Which wheels are turning in the same direction as wheel 4?
• A.

1,2, and 3

• B.

1,2, and 5

• C.

1,3, and 5

• D.

2,3, and 5

• E.

None of the above.

• 12.
Which wrench will make it easier to apply more force to tighten the bolt?
• A.

Wrench A

• B.

Wrench B

• C.

There's no difference.

• D.

None of the above.

• 13.
Which battery has the higher voltage?
• A.

Battery A

• B.

Battery B

• C.

There's no difference.

• D.

None of the above.

• 14.
You want to lift this pole off the ground completely and carry it using one hand. Where should you pick it up to be able to carry it most easily?
• A.

From point A

• B.

From point B

• C.

From point C

• D.

There' s no difference

• 15.
You start with two slices of bread that are exactly the same. You toast slice B. Which slice weights more now?
• A.

Slice A

• B.

Slice B

• C.

There's no difference

• D.

None of the above.

• 16.
Which wheel is turning faster?
• A.

Wheel A

• B.

Wheel B

• C.

There's no difference

• D.

None of the above.

• 17.
Which stick is easier to balance on the palm of your hand?
• A.

Stick A

• B.

Stick B

• C.

There's no difference

• D.

None of the above.

• 18.
Convert 30.4 cm into milimeters (mm)
• A.

0.304 mm

• B.

3.04 mm

• C.

304 mm

• D.

3040 mm

• E.

None of the above

• 19.
How many pounds (lb) are in 10 kilograms (kg) ?
• A.

2.2046 lb

• B.

22.046 lb

• C.

220.46 lb

• D.

2204.6 lb

• E.

None of the above.

• 20.
How many liters (l) are in two gallons (gl)
• A.

3.785 l

• B.

6.570 l

• C.

75.70 l

• D.

7.570 l

• E.

8.0 l

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