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1. The application of dry, heat on cakes, breads and pastries is called

a. Baking
b. Basting
c. Barbecuing
d. Blending

2. The nutrient that responsible in the formation of tissues in the body is

a. Protein
b. Vitamins
c. Fats
d. Carbohydrates

3. Wise buying means buying the right kind, at the right time, the right place and at the right price. The right “kind” means

a. Buy those which are fresh
b. Buy those which are of good quality
c. Buy only at reliable stores
d. Buy those which fits the intended purpose

4. The viands which is rich in protein, vitamins, minerals, and other macronutrients and can be prepared at a limited budget is

a. Pinakbet with broiled bangus
b. Sauteed monggo with shrimp paste
c. Vegetable guisado with bouillon cubes
d. Lumpiang sariwa with tofu

5. Baking in too high temperature will produce

a. Quick formation of crust and thorough cooking of inner part.
b. A product that is burnt and small in volume.
c. Quick formation of crust but no thorough cooking of inner part.
d. A product that is quickly cooked both in the inner and outer part.

6. The recipe calls for 1 tablespoon of baking soda. If you cut the recipe in half, how much baking soda should you put in?

a. 1 teaspoon
b. 1 ½ tablespoons
c. 1 ½ teaspoons
d. 1 ¾ teaspoon

7. The following are ways of minimizing food cost in menu planning EXCEPT

a. Include foods in season since those are usually cheaper
b. Include locally available foods since these are likewise cheaper.
c. Consider proper substitutes.
d. Plan meals according to your capabilities.

8. Which of the following describe the term “essential nutrients”:

a. These are carbon-containing nutrients
b. These are nutrients made by the body
c. These are nutrients that must be obtained in the diet
d. These are foods that contain phytochemical

9. How does a cook baste?

a. by cooking over coals on a stick
b. by pounding tough meat to make it thinner and tender
c. by moistening food with liquid, usually with melted butter or meat drippings
d. by stuffing chicken before cooking

10. The temperature which microorganism prefer, also called the “danger zone” for food ranges from:

a. 32˚F to 70 ˚F
b. 70˚F to 145˚F
c. -0˚F to 135˚F
d. 40˚F to 140˚F

11. You are confused with the array of flatware/silverware in formal meal that you attended. What simple rule can be used?

a. Start from the right side and move to your left side
b. Use the silverware from the outside then going in
c. Start from the left and move to your right
d. Use whatever silverware you wish.

12. A disaccharide composed of glucose and fructose, commonly known as table sugar, beet sugar or cane sugar is known as:

a. Fructose
b. Galactose
c. Glucose
d. Sucrose

13. The main purpose of the flanged joints is to allow the sections of piping to be replaced without distributing the __________ .

a. trap
b. section of the piping circuit
c. venting system
d. running water

14. Which among the following is the purpose/ use of Polymeric sealants?

a. to set distance
b. to cover the surface
c. to seal a gap
d. to improve the appearance

15. It is a device used to move fluids, such as liquids and gases displaces a volume by physical or mechanical action.

a. compressor
b. water container
c. Wrench
d. Pumps

16. This kind of connections is suitable for the transmissions of gas, hot and cold water

a. tube of compressed air
b. water line
c. Light-gauge copper tube connections
d. Water and solid waste connections

17. A type of plumbing appliances used for providing a more-or-less constant supply of hot water

a. Water heater
b. tap
c. pumps
d. water line

18. The shape and position of a trap retains water that serves as an effective seal against from

a. rising sewer solid waste
b. rising sewer air
c. rising sewer gases
d. rising sewer substances

19. It is a concrete structure under the ground level designed to hold and deposit solid and liquid waste of a building

a. Septic tank
b. traps
c. soil pipes
d. pipes

20. The present increasing standardization of _______ Plumbing codes tend toward uniformly.

a. engineering standard
b. tools and equipment
c. manpower
d. equipment and materials

21. To facilitate the removal of meter, a meter unions or pipe work are additional bend that should be installed on the meter outlet riser so that the pipe work may be swung aside to eliminate

a. the possibility of damaging meters
b. the possibility of damaging connector’s
c. the possibility of damaging water line
d. the possibility of damaging pipes

22. It is the system of pipes and drains installed in a building for the distribution of potable drinking water and the removal of waterborne wastes

a. pipe connection
b. Piping system
c. Plumbing
d. sewer connections

23. The proper installation of the venting system facilitate the flow of sewer gases and

a. draining of water waste
b. water disposal
c. solid waste disposal
d. solid and water disposal

24. The atmospheric pressure in the drainpipes is maintained by the ________ due to the siphoning effect and flow of running water in the traps.

a. venting system
c. Effect of Air
c. effect solid waste
d. effect of gases

25. It is a concrete structure under the ground level designed to hold and deposit solid and liquid waste of a building

a. Venting system
b. Water system
c. Drainage system
d. Septic tank

26. It is a type of pipe connections that is attached to a system designed to prevent potentially dangerous sewer gases from entering the house

a. Trap
b. Venting
c. Drainage
d. Plumbing

27. Galvanized steel was used in homes prior to the year______and the widespread adoption of copper, but it can still be found used in some older homes.

a. 1965
b. 1970
c. 1960
d. 1980

28. Copper, historically has been the most common type of pipe used in home plumbing and it became very popular in the 1960’s due to its

a. availability
b. affordability
c. reliability and durability
d. usefulness

29. This material is used in conjunctions with metal roofing sections, flashings, and guttering rain water accessories.

a. Sealants
b. elastomeric
c. contact cement
d. gutter cement

30. This type of joints is generally used on large-diameter pipes and tubes where unions and other screwed fittings cannot be used

a. Flanged
b. Fitting
c. Pipes
d. coupling

31. Compressions fittings are normally made of brass in various sizes and are manufactured for

a. joining metals
b. compressing joint
c. joining pipes
d. Jointing polyethylene

32. Mr. Abad want to control the incoming water lifts from the in the system. What kind of valve will he install?

a. flanged valves
c. union valve
b. flanged and loose valves
d. loose valve

33. Generally, flanged joints are used on a large-diameter pipes and tubes where unions and other screwed are fitted. The main purpose of the flanged joints is to allow the sections of piping to be replaced without distributing the

a. running water
b. trap
c. venting system
d. section of the piping circuit

34. One of the most corrosion- resistant materials available to plumbers for use in hot and cold water services connection

a. stainless steel tube
b. steel tube
c. cast iron
d. uPVC

35. The Plumbing Codes varied widely from place to places in order to protect the health of the community. Faulty plumbing may cause

a. health problem of the people
b. problem of the community
c. health epidemics
d. serious health hazard

36. Polyethylene fitting normally made of brass in various sizes, this is called

a. cast iron pipes
b. flanged fitting
c. stainless pipes
d. Compressions fittings

37. The shape and position of a trap retains water that serves as an________ against the rising sewer gases. This due to the normal circumstances in rising sewer air

a. operation of the sewer
b. abnormal operation
c. trap in the sewer
d. effective seal

38. The increasing standardization of Plumbing codes in different areas of the country tends toward uniformly due to the availability of

a. manpower
b. tools and equipment
c. equipment and materials
d. engineering standard

39. It is an electronic device use to limit the flow of electric current.

A. capacitor
B. resistor
C. transistor
D. diode

40. It is an electronic device use to stow electric charge.

A. resistor
B. transistor
C. diode
D. capacitor

41. It is a solid state device use to amplify the small input signal to become large output signal.

A. resistor
B. transistor
C. diode
D. capacitor

42. How much is the resistance of a 100 watts 120 volts light bulb?

A. 1.44 Ω
B. 14.4 Ω
C. 144 Ω
D. 1440 Ω

43. Commonly resistor is connected in a circuit to

A. drop voltage
B. drop reactance
C. increase voltage
D. increase reactance

44. If a given resistor has color coded value as brown, red, orange and gold, its nominal value is

A. 123 Ω ± 5%
B. 123 Ω ± 10%
C. 12,000 Ω ± 5%
D. 12,000 Ω ± 10%

45. When two resistors having different values are connected in parallel, their total resistance can be calculated as

A. RT = N/2
B. RT = R1 + R2
C. 1/RT = 1/R1 + 1/R2
D. none of the above

46. The total resistance of the resistors connected in series with values such as 1.2 k Ω and 500 Ω is

A. 1.7 k Ω
B. 1,700 Ω
C. 352.94 Ω
D. a and b

47. One of the most common applications of a potentiometer is as an adjustable voltage divider, also known as

a. divider control
b. volume control
c. voltage control
d. current control

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