QOD for 12/18/04 (outlets)

Originally Posted By: gbeaumont
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Hi to all,

here's todays question.

Regards

Gerry


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Gerry Beaumont
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Originally Posted By: bbadger
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Gerry I could not help but notice your use of both the NEC and the common terminology.


Thank You. ![icon_cool.gif](upload://oPnLkqdJc33Dyf2uA3TQwRkfhwd.gif)

I often use hot, neutral, ground in conversation but I feel it is good to also know the terms the electrical industry uses.

By using both terms in your poll you may help others learn the terms. ![icon_cool.gif](upload://oPnLkqdJc33Dyf2uA3TQwRkfhwd.gif)


Bob


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Originally Posted By: dedwards
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Agree. That is the way a test question is supposed to be written. Went through a school in the Navy to teach us how to write good tests. Ideally a multiple choice question should contain not only the correct answer but should also be informative enough so that even if the individual doesn’t know the answer before the test they will learn during the test taking process. That is the secret to the “more correct answer”. Also teaches the person to RTFQ. Read the full question. (Some less savory people change the word for the acronym for the “F”)