QuestionsOfTheWeek 9-10-18

(Roy Lewis, CMI - North Florida Inspector) #21

Frank Zappa

(Dave Fetty, CMI) #22

2.5"
D
abcd
Hair cutting
T
Frank Zappa

(John Olson) #23

3"
D
C
Hair cut
True

(John Paul de Oliveira, GB-2 #86934 / AB #44580) #24
  1. The minimum size of a cleanout serving a 3 inch pipe shall be _______ inches [size=4] 2.5"
2) Component parts of a hot-water distribution system
a) radiators
b) pipelines, convectors, reducing valves
c) circulating pumps & flow-control valves
d) a-b-c                      D Thanks for the answer! lol
e) b-c
  1. roof trusses that span wall to wall are typically required to support
    which of the following loads (may be more than one answer, or maybe not!)
    a) ceilings
    b) walls
    c) roof a b c
    d) web system
4) When a much larger than required size wire is used on circuit a breaker, it is not a hazard. 
If some of the strands are cut to fit the connection it is a hazard.
This is known as  _______Trimming.  Regional differences in terminology...
  1. A king post truss has only has one central cord, but a fink truss has 4 cords (2 on either side)
    true or false FALSE - My understanding is that chords are exterior members. King post has one central web, a post.
extra credit
From what song?
I'll stay a week & get the crabs & Take a bus back home  [/size]Who Needs the Peace Corp?**
**
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:)
(Marc A. Goldenberg, Inspector Lic # HI1365 Mold Assessor Lic #1) #25

Congratulations to JOHN OLSON! :slight_smile:

John had them all correct except the “haircut” on post #12 where he said “trimming”.
On post #23 he said “haircut”.
IF you consider John Paul’s statement

that’s good enough for me.

(Marc A. Goldenberg, Inspector Lic # HI1365 Mold Assessor Lic #1) #26

[size=1]1) The minimum size of a cleanout serving a 3 inch pipe shall be _______ inches
three
Plumbing Test Flashcards | Quizlet

2) Component parts of a hot-water distribution system
a) radiators
b) pipelines, convectors, reducing valves
c) circulating pumps & flow-control valves
d) a-b-c
e) b-c
d)   
[Fundamentals of Heating Systems](http://free-ed.net/free-ed/courses/05%20building%20and%20contruction/050207%20hvac%20heat/heatsys00.asp?iNum=06)
**ps... Manny gave this same reference in his answer!**
  1. roof trusses that span wall to wall are typically required to support
    which of the following loads (may be more than one answer, or maybe not!)
    a) ceilings
    b) walls
    c) roof
    d) web system
    a-c
    Roofing quiz Flashcards | Quizlet
    [/size][size=1][size=1]question #35
4) When a much larger than required size wire is used on circuit a breaker, it is not a hazard. 
If some of the strands are cut to fit the connection it is a hazard.
This is known as  _______
haircut
[What are the most common homeowner electrical wiring mistakes?](http://www.mcgarryandmadsen.com/inspection/Blog/Entries/2013/9/23_What_are_the_most_common_homeowner_electrical_wiring_mistakes.html)
INachi Florida members McGarry and Madsen   ~   Good Guys!
  1. A king post truss has only has one central cord, but a fink truss has 4 cords (2 on either side)
    true or false
    True
    roof trusses Flashcards | Quizlet
extra credit
From what song?
I'll stay a week & get the crabs & Take a bus back home
"Who Needs The Peace Corps?" ~ Frank Zappa](https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/frankzappa/whoneedsthepeacecorps.html)
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(Larry Kage, CMI) #27

Congratulations, John! :slight_smile:

(John Olson) #28

Thanks, I am getting a hair cut and a trim tomorrow. Those are tough questions. Thanks guys. I think I may be done for the rest of the year. I will still answer them here in my own world. Thanks again for the hard/fun work. John

(Marcel R. Cyr, CMI) #29

Good job John. :slight_smile:

(Ryan M. Fessler, HI10797) #30

good quiz. is there a certain day and time these are posted every week? i gotta try to keep up when i can

(Marc A. Goldenberg, Inspector Lic # HI1365 Mold Assessor Lic #1) #31

Thanks for being here Ryan! :smiley:
I think you were only 1 off.

So ya gotta keep watch. More or less a week apart.
The next set will be a first from one of our members. :slight_smile:

(Larry Kage, CMI) #32

No…we like to mix it up. :slight_smile:

(Paul Lesieur, CMI) #33

That’s because some of the Award Committee members ARE mixed up!

(Marcel R. Cyr, CMI) #34

:D;)

(Roy Lewis, CMI - North Florida Inspector) #35

Paul increase your font size…

(Larry Kage, CMI) #36

Shhhhhh…:wink:

(John Paul de Oliveira, GB-2 #86934 / AB #44580) #37

That was a funny whisper