# Test Your Knowledge About Adjustable Wrenches! Trivia Quiz

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Test your knowledge about adjustable wrenches! Tools are made in different forms, and they are prepared for specific tasks too. Have you come across the adjustable wrench and think that you know enough about it to test out what you know about using it and its history. All the best, and I hope you come to put more knowledge about it!

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• 1.

• 2.

### In many European and Middle Eastern countries, an adjustable wrench is called

• A.

Adjustable Wrench

• B.

English Key

• C.

Adjustable Key

• D.

Option 4

Correct Answer
B. English Key
Explanation
An adjustable wrench is commonly referred to as an "English Key" in many European and Middle Eastern countries. This term is used to describe the tool's functionality and its association with the English language. It is important to note that different regions may have their own unique names for this tool, but "English Key" is a widely recognized term in these particular areas.

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• 3.

### In what year was the adjustable wrench invented?

• A.

1742

• B.

1845

• C.

1842

• D.

Option 4

Correct Answer
C. 1842
Explanation
The correct answer is 1842. The adjustable wrench was invented in this year.

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• 4.

### When using an adjustable wrench, which direction do you follow?

• A.

Towards the fixed jaw

• B.

Towards the adjustable jaw

• C.

Any direction

• D.

Option 4

Correct Answer
B. Towards the adjustable jaw
Explanation
When using an adjustable wrench, you should follow the direction towards the adjustable jaw. This is because the adjustable jaw can be moved to accommodate different sizes of nuts or bolts. By turning the wrench in this direction, you can tighten or loosen the fastener effectively. Following the opposite direction, towards the fixed jaw, would not allow for proper adjustment and may result in ineffective use of the wrench.

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• 5.

### S.A.E stands for?

• A.

Society of Automobile engineers

• B.

Standard American English

• C.

Stand Alone Edit

• D.

Option 4

Correct Answer
A. Society of Automobile engineers
Explanation
The correct answer is Society of Automobile engineers. SAE stands for Society of Automobile engineers, which is an international professional organization for engineers and related professionals in the automotive industry. They develop and publish standards for automotive engineering and promote the advancement of automotive technology.

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• 6.

### Which one of the Jet brand or ITC adjustable wrenches include S.A.E and Metric scales?

• A.

AW series

• B.

AWP series

• C.

IAW series

• D.

Option 4

Correct Answer
B. AWP series
Explanation
The correct answer is AWP series. The AWP series of Jet brand or ITC adjustable wrenches include both S.A.E and Metric scales.

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• 7.

### What is the chemical symbol for Chrome Vanadium?

• A.

Cv

• B.

CVn

• C.

CrV

• D.

Option 4

Correct Answer
C. CrV
Explanation
The chemical symbol for Chrome Vanadium is CrV. This is because Chrome Vanadium is an alloy that is made up of chromium (Cr) and vanadium (V). Therefore, the chemical symbol for this alloy is the combination of the symbols for chromium and vanadium, which is CrV.

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• 8.

### Chromium and Vanadium both make the steel

• A.

Weaker

• B.

Harder

• C.

Last longer

• D.

Option 4

Correct Answer
B. Harder
Explanation
Chromium and Vanadium are both elements that are commonly added to steel to enhance its properties. In this case, when Chromium and Vanadium are added to steel, they make it harder. This means that the steel becomes more resistant to deformation and can withstand greater forces without breaking or bending. Therefore, the correct answer is "Harder".

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• 9.

### What does the Black Phosphate on the AWP-B series provides?

• A.

Superior corrosion resistance

• B.

Ergonomic handle

• C.

Better look

• D.

Option 4

Correct Answer
A. Superior corrosion resistance
Explanation
The Black Phosphate on the AWP-B series provides superior corrosion resistance.

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• 10.

### Which series are included in the Adjustable Wrenches Display 890174?

• A.

AWP and AWP-B

• B.

AW and AWP

• C.

IAW and AW

• D.

Option 4

Correct Answer
B. AW and AWP
Explanation
The correct answer is AW and AWP. This means that the Adjustable Wrenches Display 890174 includes the series AW and AWP.

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• 11.

### Why is the AWP-B series cheaper than our AWP pro series?

• A.

Because it is not chrome plated

• B.

Because it is more popular

• C.

Because it is heavier

• D.

Option 4

Correct Answer
A. Because it is not chrome plated
Explanation
The AWP-B series is cheaper than the AWP pro series because it is not chrome plated. Chrome plating adds an additional cost to the manufacturing process, making the AWP pro series more expensive. The absence of chrome plating in the AWP-B series allows for a lower production cost, resulting in a cheaper price for consumers.

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