# MATHEMATICS APPTITUDE

MATHEMATICS APPTITUDE

process was introduced in this study unit:

(1) Define the root problem. (2) Identify possible solutions. (3) Evaluate each solution and select the best ones. The fourth step is (4) Implement the solution(s) and

A. determine the cost.

B. evaluate the results.

C. move on to the next problem.

D. document a history of the process.

2. Youre asked to convert a large value (given in centimeters) to its equivalent value in miles. You already know that 30.48 centimeters equals 1 foot. You’ll also need to know that

A. 16 ounces = 1 pound.

B. 2.54 centimeters = 1 inch.

C. 3 feet = 1 yard.

D. 5280 feet = 1 mile.

3. Iron is made in furnaces by combining iron ore and

A. sulphur.

B. carbon.

C. nitrogen.

D. oxygen.

4. An understanding of _______ will allow you to find the length of a side of a right triangle when you know the length of the two other sides.

A. vectors

B. trigonometry

C. statistics

D. calculus

5. In trying to identify solutions to a problem, its usually better to

A. list many possible solutions.

B. limit yourself to a few possible solutions.

C. limit others working with you to a few possible solutions.

D. work with only the first possible solution that’s determined.

6. The development of _______ engines required the invention of heat-resistant, lighter-than-steel materials and allowed for the later development of large passenger aircraft.

A. rotary

B. steam

C. piston

D. jet

7. The _______ between the windshield and the dashboard of a particular car could be measured by an engineering technician to be 62º.

A. vector

B. linear distance

C. radius

D. angle

8. Repeatedly attacking a complicated design problem, and continuing to build on the ideas that are successful, is an example of how technology has most often been

A. advanced.

B. communicated.

C. misused.

D. destroyed.

9. Which of the engineering technicians math “tools” is the most useful when trying to make sense of a large amount of numerical information?

A. Algebra

B. Calculus

C. Trigonometry

D. Statistics

10. As an engineering technician, day in and day out, you’ll be expected to draw on your _______ skills.

A. welding

B. communication

C. lifting

D. research

11. An engineering technician is primarily concerned with the _______ of technology.

A. invention

B. history

C. application

D. science

12. Feet, miles per hour, cubic inches, and gallons per minute are examples of

A. angle values.

B. units of measurement.

C. vector quantities.

D. unit conversions.

13. Historically, engineering advancements can be best characterized as

A. dependent on ignoring earlier work to avoid past mistakes.

B. having little or no impact on peoples day-to-day lives.

C. having been built on past discoveries.

D. being limited to agriculture and fire making.

14. Which invention first played an important role in the development of cities far from a seaport or river?

A. The personal computer

B. The steam locomotive

C. The automobile

D. The airplane

15. The distance 0.049 km is equivalent to

A. 490 meters.

B. 1929 inches.

C. 490 centimeters.

D. 1600 feet.

16. In mathematical terms, the direction and speed of a moving airplane, at any one point in time, are best defined by a

A. slope.

B. conversion.

C. vector.

D. point.

17. Thousands of years ago, engineers focused on meeting the _______ needs of society.

A. agricultural

B. financial

C. transportation

D. industrial

18. A situation in which an engineering technician serves on a product design team with customer service and financial specialists demands

A. adequate machinery.

B. sophistated design practices.

C. top-down management.

D. effective communication.

19. A projectile’s movement is described as 400 miles an hour. This is approximately equivalent to

A. 895 meters per second.

B. 895 feet per second.

C. 179 meters per second.

D. 179 feet per second.

20. A 25,000 square meter factory floor is to be dusted with a powdered sealant. The powder is to be applied at a rate of one pound per 500 ft2. How many 10 pound bags of powder should the facilities-maintenance technician order if half of the factory floor is to be treated?

A. 27

B. 54

C. 270

D. 540

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1. A 4-step problem-solving process was introduced in this study unit:

(1) Define the root problem. (2) Identify possible solutions. (3) Evaluate each solution and select the best ones. The fourth step is (4) Implement the solution(s) and

A. determine the cost.

B. evaluate the results.

C. move on to the next problem.

D. document a history of the process.

2. Youre asked to convert a large value (given in centimeters) to its equivalent value in miles. You already know that 30.48 centimeters equals 1 foot. You’ll also need to know that

A. 16 ounces = 1 pound.

B. 2.54 centimeters = 1 inch.

C. 3 feet = 1 yard.

D. 5280 feet = 1 mile.

3. Iron is made in furnaces by combining iron ore and

A. sulphur.

B. carbon.

C. nitrogen.

D. oxygen.

4. An understanding of _______ will allow you to find the length of a side of a right triangle when you know the length of the two other sides.

A. vectors

B. trigonometry

C. statistics

D. calculus

5. In trying to identify solutions to a problem, its usually better to

A. list many possible solutions.

B. limit yourself to a few possible solutions.

C. limit others working with you to a few possible solutions.

D. work with only the first possible solution that’s determined.

6. The development of _______ engines required the invention of heat-resistant, lighter-than-steel materials and allowed for the later development of large passenger aircraft.

A. rotary

B. steam

C. piston

D. jet

7. The _______ between the windshield and the dashboard of a particular car could be measured by an engineering technician to be 62Âº.

A. vector

B. linear distance

C. radius

D. angle

8. Repeatedly attacking