I did not want to get “picky”!
What is a “hot” day?
System design temps here in Nashville is 95-98 degrees (we will not bring in the “latent heat” load issues here). Anything over this temp is outside the design condition (IF the system was designed in the first place!) of the equipment. In which case the answer would be “Warm - warm”.
My answer was Cool Suction - Warm Liquid line.
Bruce, keep thinking as you do and you will be OK.
If, on the other hand you want to “know” what is going on, I can elaborate in great detail (why all of this stuff is not worth the weight of the paper it is printed on).
When the EPA certification testing was initially required, there were answers on the test that were WRONG and to get it RIGHT you had to answer the question WRONG! That is the way things ARE sometimes. We must go on with what we have or we will NEVER get there!
It is good that you see the issues at hand. It means you UNDERSTAND what is going on! Really. most tests give you sufficient latitude to get a few questions wrong and still pass the test. You are right in bringing this up though. In a perfect world, “partial credit” should be given for answers in the “Gray Area”!
One such example that pisses me off to this day (as I watch CSI and NCIS) was when I was in Special Agent School studying pathology. In the final test we were given a “close up” photograph and were required to determine the “cause and manor of death”. I spent three sleepless days studying with other very competent Agents for this test and I got an almost perfect score. This infuriated the Instructor who was known world wide for his “Impossible” test. My answer was “Small caliber, high velocity gun shot”. “His” correct answer was “Large” caliber, high velocity gun shot.
What is Large and Small Caliber?
Caliber is a “measurement of size” not power.
To add to the moment, we were on the FBI combat pistol qualification course (which I missed maxing out on two attempts) when we were given the results of the pathology exams. I rebutted the Large -Small caliber issue and offered to “demonstrate” first hand! Offer was declined. My correct answer was also declined. So, answer is… life sometimes sucks!
This is a good topic, as are electrical issues posted on the board. There is a lot of misunderstanding of the laws of physics and thermodynamics. But, that’s OK. To question is “GREAT”! It expands the mind. That is why I hang out here.