QuestionsOfWeek December 11

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

**Welcome to another round of Questions of The Week!
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  1. An undersized air conditioner is better than an oversized one
    a) True
    b) False
2) Functional flow is the same thing as water pressure
a)   True
b)   False 
  1. _______ is electricity that is produced by friction
4) _______ is a material that reduces the flow of electrons
  1. Existing knob-and-tube wiring should be replaced
    a) because its design is known to be defective
    b) because it is prone to be a hazard
    c) if a grounded circuit is desired
    d) because it is no longer allowed by any electrical codes
EXTRA CREDIT!
In the Canadian province of British Columbia, _______ generates
  an estimated $7 billion annually


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(Marcel Gratton, CMI) #2

1-A
2-B
3-Static
4-Insulators
5-C
Tourism

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(Dave Range, CMI) #3

A
A
Static
Resistance
C
BC Hydro

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(Roy Lewis, CMI - North Florida Inspector) #4

1-B
2-A
3-Static
4-Insulators
5-B
Tourism

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(John Olson) #5

1-A 2-B 3-static 4 Insulators 5-B

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(Larry Kage, CMI) #6

Great questions, Marc! :slight_smile:

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(Ryan M. Fessler, HI10797) #7

always enjoy these

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(Rich Figliolo) #8

B
B
Static
Insulators
A

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(Steve Nadeau) #9
  1. A

  2. B

  3. Static electricity

  4. Resistor

  5. C

EXTRA CREDIT!
Tourism

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(Michael S. Gleeson, 16000070526) #10

1 - B
2 - B
3 - Static
4 - A Resistor
5 - B

Extra Credit:
Film & TV ?

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(Dave Fetty, CMI) #11

B
B
Static
Insulator
D

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(Marc A. Goldenberg, Inspector Lic # HI1365 Mold Assessor Lic #1) #12

Not yet!
Please keep 'em coming, mommie wants me to close it out soon.
Hey Everyone! I really, really appreciate your participation. :smiley:

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(Marc A. Goldenberg, Inspector Lic # HI1365 Mold Assessor Lic #1) #13

**Time to say bye for now. Paul will be here soon YEA!

Congratulations to Marcel Gratton for winning this weeks QOTW. :slight_smile:
Good job!
Follow the directions to obtain your books. **

  1. An undersized air conditioner is better than an oversized one
    a) True
    b) False
    a True
    InterNACHI: Int’l Association of Certified Home Inspectors
2) Functional flow is the same thing as water pressure
a)   True
b)   False 
b  False
[Water Pressure is Tricky to Understand - ScribeWare](https://getscribeware.com/blog/water-pressure-is-tricky-to-understand/)
  1. _______ is electricity that is produced by friction
    Static electricity
    Test: Electric | Quizlet
4) _______ is a material that reduces the flow of electrons
insulator](https://quizlet.com/269260139/test)[Understanding Electricity - Learn about electricity, current, voltage and resistance](http://www.leonics.com/support/article2_2j/articles2_2j_en.php)
Electrons are bound in their orbit by attraction of protons, but electrons in the outer band can become free of their orbit by some external forces. These are referred to as free electrons, which move from one atom to the next, electron flows are produced. These are the basis of electricity. Materials that allow many electrons to move freely are called conductors and materials that allow few free electrons to move are called insulators.
  1. Existing knob-and-tube wiring should be replaced
    a) because its design is known to be defective
    b) because it is prone to be a hazard
    c) if a grounded circuit is desired
    d) because it is no longer allowed by any electrical codes
    c
    https://www.nachi.org/practice.htm?page=13
EXTRA CREDIT!  OK Marcel! So you're not a stoner!
In the Canadian province of British Columbia, _______ generates
  an estimated $7 billion annually
marijuana growth
https://www.nachi.org/marijuana-grow-operations.htm

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(Larry Kage, CMI) #14

Congratulation, Marcel!

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(Marcel R. Cyr, CMI) #15

Congrats Marcel, nice job. :slight_smile:

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(Peter Giannino, 24GI00162600) #16

1-b
2-a
3-Static
4-Insulators
5-b
Tourism

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(Marcel Gratton, CMI) #17

OK Marcel! So you’re not a stoner!
No I am not but I may try some cannabis for my arthritis now that it’s legal. Isn’t wonderful to get old…Cheers!

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