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1.

In a simple series circuit, the entire source voltage will drop across
1. the resistor next to the negative terminal

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2. a short circuit

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3. the resistor next to the positive terminal

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4. an open circuit

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2.Which of the following conditions can lead to the failure of a resistor?


1. Excessive vibration

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2. Insufficient ventilation

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3. Corrosion

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4. All of the above

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3.Before testing insulation with a megohmmeter, the windings of large machines should be
grounded for about 15 minutes just prior to the test, because the
1. static charge of the machine may give a false reading

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2. armature will have a greater number of leakage paths

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3. insulation may be damaged

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4. insulation may be covered with moisture

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4.A megohmmeter is connected to each end of an individual motor winding A low ohm reading
indicates
1. an open coil

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2. a loose coil

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3. good continuity

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4. a dirty coil

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5.When a megohmmeter is used to test the dielectric strength of wire insulation, the initial dip of
the pointer toward 'zero' is caused by
1. good insulation

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2. the leakage of current along the surface of dirty insulation

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3. the capacitance of the circuit

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4. the dielectric absorption effect of the insulation

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6.The multiple prefix 'kilo' means


1. thousand (10 to the 3rd power)

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2. million (10 to the 6th power)

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3. billion (10 to the 9th power)

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4. trillion (10 to the 12 power)

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7.An accidental path of low resistance, allowing passage of abnormal amount of current is known
as a/an
1. open circuit

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2. short circuit

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3. polarized ground

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4. ground reference point

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8.A grounded switch or cable will be indicated by a megohmmeter reading of


1. infinity

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2. 'zero'

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3. being unsteady in the high range

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4. being unsteady in the low range

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9.The combined effect of inductive reactance, capacitive reactance, and resistance in an AC series
circuit is known as
1. reactance

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2. total reactance

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3. impedance

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4. resonance

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10.AC circuits develop resistance, inductance, and capacitance The inductive reactance of a circuit
is expressed in

1. ohms

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2. mhos

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3. henrys

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4. farads

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11.When a megohmmeter is used to test insulation, the gradual rise of the pointer reading as a
result of continued cranking, is caused by
1. good conductor resistance

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2. the leakage of current along the surface of dirty insulation

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3. the inductive reactance of the windings

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4. the dielectric-absorption effect of the insulation

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12.When using a megohmmeter to test insulation, good insulation will be indicated by


1. slight kicks of the needle down scale

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2. a downward dip followed by a gradual climb to the true resistance value

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3. a gradual rise in the pointer reading at the outset

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4. the initial dip of the pointer

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13.When electrical cables penetrate watertight bulkheads,


1. they should be grounded on either side of the bulkhead

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2. they must be bent to a radius of six diameters

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3. a watertight stuffing tube capable of accepting packing should be employed

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4. they should be secured by a clamp

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14.The multiple prefix 'tera' (T) means


1. thousand (10 to the 3rd power)

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2. million (10 to the 6th power)

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3. billion (10 to the 9th power)

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4. trillion (10 to the 12th power)

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15.Most conducting materials such as copper, aluminum, iron, nickel, and tungsten
1. increase in resistance with increased temperature

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2. increase in resistance with decreased temperature

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3. decrease in resistance with increased temperature

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4. increase in conductance with increased temperature

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16.The final step in testing a circuit for a ground involves the use of a megohmmeter A grounded
switch or cable will be indicated by a megohmmeter reading of
1. 'zero'

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2. infinity

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3. steady in the high range

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4. unsteady in the low range

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17.Which of the following statements is true concerning the cleaning of electrical contacts?
1. Compressed air should be used to blow out metallic dust.

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2. Magnetic brushes should be used to remove metallic dust.

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3. The contact surfaces should be greased to increase contact resistance.

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4. Delicate parts should be cleaned with a brush and an approved safety solvent.

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18.The multiple prefix 'mega' (M) means


1. thousand (10 to the 3rd power)

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2. million (10 to the 6th power)

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3. billion (10 to the 9th power)

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4. trillion (10 to the 12th power)

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19.To minimize magnetic field interaction between electrical conductors in physical proximity, it
is best to keep them
1. parallel and as close as possible to each other

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2. at right angles and as close as possible to each other

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3. parallel to and as far as practicable from each other

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4. at right angles and as far as practicable from each other

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20.Capacitors are used on the output of the power supply in today's consoles to
1. filter out 'ripple'

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2. prevent overloads

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3. act as a permanent load

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4. decrease the average value of the output voltage

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21.Reversing the current flow through a coil will


1. reduce the amount of flux produced

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2. have no effect on the eddy currents produced

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3. reduce the power consumed

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4. reverse its two-pole field

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22.The total resistance of a parallel circuit is always


1. larger than the greatest branch resistance

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2. smaller than the lowest branch resistance

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3. equal to the sum of the individual branch resistances

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4. one-half the sum of the individual branch resistances

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23.The sub-multiple prefix 'milli' (m) means


1. one thousandth (10 to the -3rd power)

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2. one millionth (10 to the -6th power)

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3. one billionth (10 to the -9th power)

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4. one trillionth (10 to the -12th power)

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24.When a solid-state component of an electronic circuit is mounted to a metallic mass, the general
purpose of that mass is to

1. prevent vibration damage to delicate components

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2. prevent mechanical damage to solid-state components

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3. dissipate stray magnetic currents

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4. act as a heat sink

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25.The purpose of a main switchboard circuit breaker's reverse-power trip is to


1. prevent main circuit overload

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2. protect the circuit breaker blowout coil

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3. prevent alternator motorization

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4. prevent low voltage tripout

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26.The sub-multiple prefix 'micro' (Greek letter 'mu') means


1. thousandth (10 to the -3rd power)

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2. millionth (10 to the -6th power)

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3. billionth (10 to the -9th power)

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4. trillionth (10 to the -12th power)

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27.A capacitor can be tested using a megohmmeter or an ohmmeter If the meter is connected to a
shorted capacitor, the meter pointer should
1. immediately swing to the maximum resistance value for the capacitor

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2. first swing quickly to 'zero', then gradually move up the scale as the capacitor charges

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3. immediately deflect to and remain at zero

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4. immediately swing to a high reading and then gradually decrease

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28.To carry out an insulation resistance test, one terminal of the megohmmeter should be
connected to the winding, with the other terminal being connected to the
1. power supply

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2. variable resistor

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3. frame of the machine

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4. armature

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29.When a megohmmeter is being used to test insulation resistance, current leakage along the
surface of the insulation is indicated by the megohmmeter's pointer
1. dipping toward zero then raising slowly

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2. continually rising as test voltage is applied

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3. kicking slightly down scale as voltage is applied

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4. fluctuating around a constant resistance reading

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30.Possible phase relationships between voltage and current in an alternating current circuit
include which of the following conditions?
1. Current and voltage may be in phase.

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2. Current may lead the voltage.

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3. Current may lag the voltage.

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4. All of the above.

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31.The sub-multiple prefix 'nano' (n) means


1. thousandth (10 to the -3rd power)

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2. millionth (10 to the -6th power)

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3. billionth (10 to the -9th power)

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4. trillionth (10 to the -12th power)

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32.Grease coatings on electrical contact surfaces increase contact resistance and should be
removed with a/an
1. small wire brush

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2. compressed air jet

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3. clean dry cloth

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4. 10% solution carbon solvent and water

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33.The sub-multiple prefix 'pico' (p) means


1. thousandth (10 to the -3rd power)

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2. millionth (10 to the -6th power)

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3. billionth (10 to the -9th power)

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4. trillionth (10 to the -12th power)

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34.Which of the substances listed can be used to shield sensitive equipment from static magnetic
fields?
1. Glass

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2. Mica

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3. Bakelite

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4. Permeable iron

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35.Handheld phase sequence indicators are useful when


1. preparing to parallel alternators

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2. connecting lighting branch circuits

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3. troubleshooting DC motors

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4. connecting shore power lines to the ship

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36.Hand-portable phase sequence indicators should be used when


1. installing a new synchroscope

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2. preparing to make the shore power connection

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3. replacing a defective solenoid

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4. all of the above

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37.The illustrated EL-0024 circuit is a


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1. megohm meter

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2. Gauss meter

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3. wheatstone bridge

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4. germanium diode tester

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38.In a three-phase circuit, the phase voltages are


1. 120 apart

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2. 160 apart

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3. 180 apart

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4. 360 apart

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39.The resistance of most conducting materials will change as a result of temperature change The
resistance of copper will
1. increase as temperature decreases

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2. decrease as temperature decreases

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3. remain the same between 20F and 110F

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4. remain the same between 68F and 230F

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40.A resistor placed in parallel to the output of a power supply

1. is a temperature compensator

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2. corrects power factor

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3. prevents excessive currents

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4. aids in output voltage regulation

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41.With both ends of a three conductor cable disconnected and arranged without the conductors
touching each other, an ohmmeter reading of 'zero' ohms between the ends of one conductor
would indicate
1. continuity

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2. a partial ground

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3. the resistance is infinite

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4. a short circuit

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42.An ohmmeter can be used to measure


1. current flow in a circuit

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2. voltage between two points in a circuit

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3. circuit continuity

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4. power

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43.Which of the meters listed should only be used after a circuit has been electrically
disconnected?
1. Wattmeter

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2. Frequency meter

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3. Ammeter

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4. Ohmmeter

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44.To test fuses in an energized circuit, you should use a


1. low voltage light bulb

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2. megohmmeter

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3. voltmeter

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4. resistance meter

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45.In order to increase its range of measurement, a resistance would be placed in series with
which of the following instruments?
1. DC voltmeter

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2. DC ammeter

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3. frequency meter

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4. power factor meter

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46.The total voltage of a series circuit is the


1. sum of the individual voltage drops

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2. total resistance divided by the total current

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3. sum of the individual currents multiplied by the number of resistors

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4. total current divided by the total resistance

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47.What is the power consumed by 'R2' in the circuit illustrated EL-0020 if the supply is 24 volts
and the resistance of R1 is 3 ohms, R2 is 4 ohms, and R3 is 5 ohms?
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1. 16 watts

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2. 20 watts

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3. 24 watts

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4. 28 watts

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48.What is the direction of current through the load resistor in the circuit shown in the
illustration?
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1. Always from point "Z" to the grounded end.

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2. Always from the grounded end to point "Z".

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3. It depends on the instantaneous polarity at point "W".

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4. It cannot be determined without a directional ammeter.

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49.When the current flow through a copper wire increases, its


1. resistance will decrease

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2. insulation will burn

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3. temperature will increase

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4. conductivity will increase

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50.The existing resistance of a conductor is dependent upon its length, cross-sectional area,
1. temperature and insulation

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2. material and insulation

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3. resistive coefficient and material

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4. material and temperature

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51.What is the power consumed by 'R3' in the circuit illustrated EL-0020 if the supply is 24 volts
and resistance of R1 is 3 ohms, R2 is 4 ohms, and R3 is 5 ohms?
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1. 12 watts

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2. 20 watts

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3. 24 watts

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4. 48 watts

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52.Which of the following characteristics is most critical in determining the size of the cable to be
used in a particular circuit?
1. voltage rating

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2. weight per unit length

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3. current rating

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4. inductance per unit length

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53.If coil 'R1 -R2' at the receiver of figure "A" shown in the illustration were in 180 degree error
with respect to that of the transmitter, what corrective action should be taken?
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1. No action is necessary as this is proper operation.

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2. Reverse the 60 Hz supply connections at 'R1' and 'R2'.

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3. Interchange connections 'S1' and 'S2'.

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4. Interchange connections 'S1' and 'S3'.

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54.If the length of a wire is halved and the cross-sectional area is doubled, the resistance will be
1. quartered

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2. unchanged

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3. doubled

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4. quadrupled

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55.If many turns of an alternating current coil for a contactor become short circuited, the coil
1. temperature will drop

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2. will probably burn out immediately

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3. will continue to operate

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4. will operate on reduced current

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56.A bus disconnect link is used to isolate


1. one bus bar from another

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2. the generator circuit breaker from the bus

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3. different phases from the equalizer connection

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4. positive and negative buses from the neutral

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57.The total power used up in a series circuit is


1. the sum of the powers used in each load (resistor) divided by the number of loads

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2. the sum of the powers used in each load

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3. always less than the power used in the smallest load

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4. never more than the power used in largest load

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58.The total resistance of a parallel circuit is always


1. larger than that of the branch with the greatest resistance

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2. smaller than that of the branch with the lowest resistance

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3. equal to the sum of the individual branch resistances

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4. equal to the sum of the individual branch resistances divided by the number of branches

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59.Which of the instruments listed should always be connected in series with a circuit?
1. Ammeter

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2. Megohmmeter

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3. Wattmeter

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4. Voltmeter

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60.An ammeter should be used to measure


1. the voltage between two points in a circuit

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2. circuit continuity

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3. current flow in a circuit

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4. total or partial circuit resistance

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61.Which of the following represents a characteristic of an ungrounded electrical distribution


system?

1. Accidental contact between one line and ground does not cause an outage.

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2. Double ground faults on different phases will not cause an outage.

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3. Ground detection systems are unnecessary.

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4. Accidental contact between one line and ground will always cause an outage.

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62.Which of the following materials is a good electrical insulator?


1. wood

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2. silver

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3. copper

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4. gold

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63.Cleaning of electrical insulation should be


1. done every six months

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2. accomplished every 12 months

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3. determined by need and not the calendar

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4. performed whenever the electrician is not otherwise busy

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64.A megohmmeter can be used to test for


1. an open field coil

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2. a shorted field pole

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3. undercut mica

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4. reversed polarity

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65.Electrical insulation is classed by the


1. International Association of Electrical Manufacturers

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2. approximate operating voltage and current expected

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3. U.S. Coast Guard

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4. temperature stability of the manufacturing material(s)

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66.When replacing fuses, always make sure

1. to stand on a rubber mat and use rubber gloves

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2. to use insulated pliers or screwdriver

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3. the fuse clips are straight, tight, and in good contact

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4. to increase the fuse rating 10% to guard against 'nuisance blowing'

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67.Periodic testing of circuit breakers is necessary to assure that a correctly rated and properly
installed unit
1. can trip faster as it increases in age

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2. will continue to provide the original degree of protection

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3. does not exceed its interrupting capacity

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4. be able to withstand at least 125% of applied voltage

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68.The need for insulation cleaning may be determined by


1. visual inspection for dirt accumulation

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2. high megger readings

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3. low operating temperature

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4. the time period since the last cleaning

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69.Four lamps are connected in parallel in a single circuit If one of the lamp burns out, the others
will
1. all go out

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2. become dimmer

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3. burn with their original intensities

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4. become brighter

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70.A megohmmeter can be used to test for


1. an open field coil

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2. synchronous speed

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3. undercut mica

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4. reversed polarity

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71.Capacitors can be used in electric distribution systems to improve power factor This is
accomplished by seesawing energy between the capacitor and the
1. generator

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2. inductive loads

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3. resistive loads

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4. all of the above

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72.Which of the instruments listed is used to check insulation resistance?


1. Magneto

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2. Megohmmeter

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3. Dynamometer

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4. Rheostat

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73.A megohmmeter is used to measure


1. voltage

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2. insulation resistance values

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3. current

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4. power

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74.A 'dielectric' is a/an


1. electrical insulator

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2. current flow

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3. good conductor

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4. semiconductor material

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75.A galvanometer is an instrument used to measure


1. thickness of galvanized metal

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2. resistance of electrical wiring insulation

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3. very small amounts of current or voltage

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4. quantity of galvans in an electric circuit

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76.A device which can be used to check the calibration of a circuit breaker is a
1. 500 volt megohmmeter

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2. portable low voltage high current testing unit

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3. standard digital multimeter

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4. clamp-on voltmeter

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77.How is a wattmeter electrically connected in a circuit?


1. In series

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2. In parallel

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3. In series-parallel

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4. Inductively

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78.Which of the following statements represents the action of a megohmmeter when testing a
small capacitor in good condition?
1. The meter pointer should immediately swing to the maximum resistance value for the capacitor.

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2. The meter pointer should first swing quickly to zero and then gradually move up the scale as the capacitor
charges.
3. The meter pointer should immediately swing to infinity and then drop in sharp jerks as the voltage
increases.
4. The meter pointer should immediately swing to a high reading and gradually decrease.

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79.A wattmeter is used to determine


1. the power being consumed by electrical equipment

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2. partial circuit resistance

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3. current flowing in a circuit

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4. voltage existing between two points in a circuit

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80.Which of the spaces listed is defined as a 'location requiring an exceptional degree of


protection' when considering the installation of shipboard electrical equipment?

1. Machinery space

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2. Chart room

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3. Console room

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4. Accommodation space

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81.Which of the following statements represents the FIRST precaution to be taken prior to
working on any installed electrical component?
1. Wear rubber gloves and boots.

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2. Use only approved nonconducting tools.

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3. Ground the case of the machine before beginning any repairs.

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4. Open the supply circuits and tag the switches.

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82.All electric cables passing through watertight bulkheads must be


1. installed with watertight stuffing tubes

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2. grounded on both sides of the bulkhead

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3. fitted with unions on each side of the bulkhead

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4. welded on both sides of the bulkhead

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83.Which of the following statements concerning electrical cables is correct?


1. Where they pass through watertight bulkheads, they should be fitted with watertight stuffing boxes.

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2. Electric cable coverings should never be grounded.

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3. Electrical cables must be rigidly held in place by welding of armored cable, or glued in place where
nonmetallic insulation is used.
4. All of the above.

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84.Which of the following precautions should be taken when a blown fuse, rated at 10 amperes, is
replaced?
1. Short out the fuse before removing it from the circuit.

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2. Use needle -nose pliers to remove fuse from the circuit.

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3. Replace blown fuse with one of equal voltage and ampere capacity.

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4. Fuses of 10 ampere rating and less are virtually harmless when energized and may be handled freely.

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85.When maintenance personnel are working on electrical equipment, all supply switches should
be secured in the open position and tagged specifically by the
1. watch engineer

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2. chief engineer or first assistant

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3. chief electrician

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4. person performing the repair

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86.When changing fuses, you should always


1. wear rubber boots

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2. use a fuse puller

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3. stand on a rubber mat

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4. wear safety glasses

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87.A ground can be defined as an electrical connection between the wiring of a motor and its
1. shunt field

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2. circuit breaker

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3. metal framework

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4. interpole

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88.External shunts are sometimes used with ammeters to


1. increase meter sensitivity

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2. permit shunts with larger resistances to be utilized

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3. prevent damage to the meter movement from heat generated by the shunt

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4. enable the construction of a compact meter with a virtually unlimited range

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89.The output voltage of a 440 volt, 60 hertz, AC generator is controlled by the


1. prime mover speed

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2. exciter output voltage

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3. load on the alternator

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4. number of poles

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90.Any electric motor can be constructed to be


1. short proof

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2. ground proof

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3. explosion proof

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4. overload proof

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91.Where a thermal-acting breaker is required to be used in an area of unusually high, low, or


constantly fluctuating temperatures, an ambient compensating element must be used This element
consists of a
1. cylindrical spring on the contact arm

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2. conical spring on the contact arm

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3. second bimetal element

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4. second electromagnet

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92.An accidental path of low resistance, allowing passage of abnormal amount of current is known
as a/an
1. open circuit

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2. short circuit

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3. polarized ground

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4. ground reference point

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93.A resistance in a circuit of unknown value is to be tested using the voltmeter/ammeter method
Therefore, the meters should be connected with
1. both meters in series with the resistance

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2. both meters in parallel with the resistance

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3. the ammeter in series and the voltmeter in parallel with the resistance

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4. the ammeter in parallel and the voltmeter in series with the resistance

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94.The purpose of a short circuit forcing module (short time trip) installed in a branch line is to
provide
1. high speed clearance of low impedance short circuits in the branch

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2. continuity of service on main bus under short circuit conditions in a branch

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3. isolation of short circuits by selective tripping of branch circuit breakers

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4. all of the above

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95.Which of the following electric motors would be the safest and most reliable to use on the main
deck of a vessel in foul weather conditions?
1. Sealed motors

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2. Drip proof motors

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3. Enclosed motors

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4. Watertight motors

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96.Grounds occurring in electrical machinery as a result of insulation failure may result from
1. deterioration through extended use

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2. excessive heat

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3. extended periods of vibration

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4. all of the above

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97.Fuses are rated in


1. voltage

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2. amperage

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3. interrupting capacity

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4. all the above

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98.Copper is often used as an electrical conductor because it


1. has high resistance at low temperatures

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2. has a highly polished surface

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3. is able to pass current with little opposition

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4. holds insulation together well

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99.The multiple prefix 'giga' (G) means


1. thousand (10 to the 3rd power)

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2. million (10 to the 6th power)

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3. billion (10 to the 9th power)

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4. trillion (10 to the 12th power)

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