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 EducationQUESTIONS & ANSWERS > NCCER Module 4 Review Questions and Answers 100% Pass 1. Pneumatic tools get their power from a. air pressure b. fluid pressure c. hand pumps d. AC power sources ✔✔a. air pressure 2. The most common use of the power drill is to a. cut wood, metal, and plastic b. drive nails into wood, metal, and plastic c. make holes in wood, metal, and plastic d. carve letters in wood, metal, and plastic ✔✔c. make holes in wood, metal, and plastic 3. A masonry bit is able to drill into concrete and similar material because it has a a. countersink shank b. ceramic core c. whip check d. carbide tip ✔✔d. carbide tip 4. An example of an electric power drill that is designed to be used in tight spaces is a(n) a. electromagnetic drill b. right-angle drill c. hammer drill d. keyless chuck drill ✔✔b. right-angle drill 5. The electromagnetic drill is a a. handheld drill used on wood b. cordless drill used on masonry and tile c. portable drill used on thick metal d. pneumatic drill that has a pounding action ✔✔c. portable drill used on thick metal 6. Hammer drills are designed to drill into a. wood, metal, and plastic b. concrete, brick, and tile c. drywall, fiberglass, and wood d. roofing shingles, plastic, and wood ✔✔b. concrete, brick, and tile 7. A pneumatic impact wrench requires the use of a. impact sockets that are designed for applicable tool b. an adapter so that handheld sockets fit c. shear pins between the wrench and the socket d. a trigger lock to prevent accidental Starting ✔✔a. impact sockets that are designed for applicable tool 8. When cutting with a circular saw, grip the saw handles a. and pull the saw toward you b. firmly with one hand c. and engage the trigger lock d. firmly with two hands ✔✔d. firmly with two hands 9. The high speed setting on a reciprocating saw is used for a. cutting through drywall b. metal work c. sawing wood and other soft materials d. grinding surfaces ✔✔c. sawing wood and other soft materials 10. When using a saber saw, avoid vibration by a. using a low-speed setting b. using a clamp or vise to hold the work c. setting a heavy object on the workpiece d. holding the workpiece down with your free hand ✔✔b. using a clamp or vise to hold the work 11. Before using a reciprocating saw to cut through a wall or partition, always a. find out what is on the other side b. remove the lower blade guard c. increase the revolutions per minute d. lubricate the guard with oil or grease ✔✔a. find out what is on the other side 12. Use only a band saw that has a a. breastplate with a broad surface b. battery pack c. thick, three-piece blade d. Stop ✔✔d. Stop 13 A sliding compound miter saw has a rail that lows the blade to slide forward and backward, which enables the saw to use much thinner blades than a. standard miter saw b. cut wider material than a standard miter saw C. produce much less dust than a standard miter saw d. cut harder material than a standard miter saw ✔✔b. cut wider material than a standard miter saw 14. The blade of an abrasive cutoff saw spins at such a high speed that a. it can only be used for straight cuts b. the abrasive particles will melt into some metals c. the resulting friction is hot enough to burn through the material d. it can never be more than eight inches in diameter ✔✔c. the resulting friction is hot enough to burn through the material 15. The end grinder is used to a. polish intricate work b. grind surfaces c. smooth the work before painting d. smooth the inside of materials, such as Pipe ✔✔d. smooth the inside of materials, such as Pipe 16. A detail grinder smoothes and polishes intricate metallic work by using attachments called a. points b. rollers c. pins d. Studs ✔✔a. points 17. Powder-actuated fastening systems are used a. penetrate drywall b. anchor static loads to steel beams c. hammer nails into metal d. remove nails ✔✔b. anchor static loads to steel beams 18. Before you begin setting up a pavement breaker for use, make sure that the air pressure is a. shut off at the main air outlet b. turned on only halfway c. turned on full d. shut off at the coupler ✔✔a. shut off at the main air outlet 19. Porta-Power cylinders are rated by how much weight they can lift and by a. their torque b. the amount of electromagnetic material they have c. the distance they can move the weight d. how much they weight ✔✔c. the distance they can move the weight 20. Hydraulic jacks are used when the application calls for a. operation at high-speed b. extreme force to be applied c. quiet operation d. manually assisted lifting ✔✔b. extreme force to be applied

NCCER Module 4 Review Questions and Answers 100% Pass 1. Pneumatic tools get their power from a. air pressure b. fluid pressure c. hand pumps d. AC power sources ✔✔a. air pressure 2. The most common use of the power drill is to a. cut wood, metal, and plastic b. drive nails into wood, metal, and plastic c. make holes in wood, metal, and plastic d. carve letters in wood, metal, and plastic ✔✔c. make holes in wood, metal, and plastic 3. A masonry bit is able to drill into concrete and similar material because it has a a. countersink shank b. ceramic core c. whip check d. carbide tip ✔✔d. carbide tip 4. An example of an electric power drill that is designed to be used in tight spaces is a(n) a. electromagnetic drill b. right-angle drill c. hammer drill d. keyless chuck drill ✔✔b. right-angle drill 5. The electromagnetic drill is a a. handheld drill used on wood b. cordless drill used on masonry and tile c. portable drill used on thick metal d. pneumatic drill that has a pounding action ✔✔c. portable drill used on thick metal 6. Hammer drills are designed to drill into a. wood, metal, and plastic b. concrete, brick, and tile c. drywall, fiberglass, and wood d. roofing shingles, plastic, and wood ✔✔b. concrete, brick, and tile 7. A pneumatic impact wrench requires the use of a. impact sockets that are designed for applicable tool b. an adapter so that handheld sockets fit c. shear pins between the wrench and the socket d. a trigger lock to prevent accidental Starting ✔✔a. impact sockets that are designed for applicable tool 8. When cutting with a circular saw, grip the saw handles a. and pull the saw toward you b. firmly with one hand c. and engage the trigger lock d. firmly with two hands ✔✔d. firmly with two hands 9. The high speed setting on a reciprocating saw is used for a. cutting through drywall b. metal work c. sawing wood and other soft materials d. grinding surfaces ✔✔c. sawing wood and other soft materials 10. When using a saber saw, avoid vibration by a. using a low-speed setting b. using a clamp or vise to hold the work c. setting a heavy object on the workpiece d. holding the workpiece down with your free hand ✔✔b. using a clamp or vise to hold the work 11. Before using a reciprocating saw to cut through a wall or partition, always a. find out what is on the other side b. remove the lower blade guard c. increase the revolutions per minute d. lubricate the guard with oil or grease ✔✔a. find out what is on the other side 12. Use only a band saw that has a a. breastplate with a broad surface b. battery pack c. thick, three-piece blade d. Stop ✔✔d. Stop 13 A sliding compound miter saw has a rail that lows the blade to slide forward and backward, which enables the saw to use much thinner blades than a. standard miter saw b. cut wider material than a standard miter saw C. produce much less dust than a standard miter saw d. cut harder material than a standard miter saw ✔✔b. cut wider material than a standard miter saw 14. The blade of an abrasive cutoff saw spins at such a high speed that a. it can only be used for straight cuts b. the abrasive particles will melt into some metals c. the resulting friction is hot enough to burn through the material d. it can never be more than eight inches in diameter ✔✔c. the resulting friction is hot enough to burn through the material 15. The end grinder is used to a. polish intricate work b. grind surfaces c. smooth the work before painting d. smooth the inside of materials, such as Pipe ✔✔d. smooth the inside of materials, such as Pipe 16. A detail grinder smoothes and polishes intricate metallic work by using attachments called a. points b. rollers c. pins d. Studs ✔✔a. points 17. Powder-actuated fastening systems are used a. penetrate drywall b. anchor static loads to steel beams c. hammer nails into metal d. remove nails ✔✔b. anchor static loads to steel beams 18. Before you begin setting up a pavement breaker for use, make sure that the air pressure is a. shut off at the main air outlet b. turned on only halfway c. turned on full d. shut off at the coupler ✔✔a. shut off at the main air outlet 19. Porta-Power cylinders are rated by how much weight they can lift and by a. their torque b. the amount of electromagnetic material they have c. the distance they can move the weight d. how much they weight ✔✔c. the distance they can move the weight 20. Hydraulic jacks are used when the application calls for a. operation at high-speed b. extreme force to be applied c. quiet operation d. manually assisted lifting ✔✔b. extreme force to be applied

NCCER 26208-17 Questions and Answers Already Graded A To properly install heat-shrink insulators, _____. ✔✔Slip the insulator over the connector and apply heat for a few seconds When used in contr...

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