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Rules of the Game You will choose from 9 questions ranging in topics and in level from first to third year apprentice. The first answer is worth $1. Get 9 questions right and win $20. Answer the bonus 10 th question right to win an additional $5. Any missed answers, and the game is over. You will not earn any of the winnings until you answer at least 5 questions correctly. At that point, you will win the prize for the number of questions answered correctly. There are no cheats or peeks in this game – youre on your own!

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Question Values Question values are as follows: Question #Value 1$ $3 7 8$4 9$5 BONUS$5

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Where Did We Get the Questions? Questions were extracted from the PHCC Educational Foundations Plumbing Assessment Tests. Tests are available through the National Occupational Competency Testing Institute (NOCTI) and its Whitener Group affiliate for $25 each. Tests can be used by schools to assess progress of apprentices and by employers to help determine the knowledge level of prospective employees.

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Topics – Game 3 3 rd Year – Safety3 rd Year – Plans, Drawings & Charts 3 rd Year –Fuel Gas 2 nd Year – Related Science2 nd Year – Plans, Drawings & Charts 2 nd Year – Water Heaters 1 st Year – Safety1 st Year - Mathematics1 st Year – Water Supply & Distribution Systems BONUS ROUND

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1 st Year – Safety The safest way to extinguish a torch flame is to first close oxygen valve, then close acetylene valve relieve tension in acetylene adjusting screw, then repeat process for oxygen regulator release tension on oxygen regulator adjusting screw, then repeat process for acetylene regulator close fuel valve, then close oxygen valve

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Your Answer: close oxygen valve, then close acetylene valve That is correct! Youre smarter than a 1 st year apprentice! Arent you proud of yourself? Pick Your Next Category

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Your Answer: release tension on acetylene adjusting screw, then repeat process for acetylene regulator There are two types of answers: correct and incorrect. Unfortunately, this one falls into the second category. You are NOT smarter than a 1 st year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: release tension on oxygen regulator adjusting screw, then repeat process for acetylene regulator That is not correct! You are NOT smarter than a 1 st year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: close fuel valve, the close oxygen valve Tough break! That is not correct. You are NOT smarter than a 1 st year apprentice! GAME OVER

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1 st Year – Mathematics The sum of pipe measuring 8 feet 6 inches, 6 feet 7 inches, 9 feet 2 inches, and 4 feet 4 inches is 28 feet 7 inches 36 feet 3 inches 37 feet 38 feet 11 inches

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Your Answer: 28 feet 7 inches You are correct! YESSSSSSS! Youre smarter than a 1 st year apprentice! Arent you proud? Pick Your Next Category

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Your Answer: 36 feet 3 inches That is not correct. You are NOT smarter than a 1 st year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: 37 feet Did you sleep through class? That answer is wrong. You are NOT smarter than a 1 st year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: 38 feet 11 inches You must have been absent that day. That answer is wrong. You are NOT smarter than a 1 st year apprentice! GAME OVER

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1 st Year – Water Supply & Distribution Systems Beyond what depth is a well considered a deep well? 15 feet 25 feet 150 feet 250 feet

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Your Answer: 15 feet That answer is wrong. You are NOT smarter than a 1 st year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: 25 feet Good answer! That is correct. You are definitely smarter than a 1 st year apprentice! Pat yourself on the back! Pick Your Next Category

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Your Answer: 150 feet Just how often did you skip class? That answer is incorrect. You are NOT smarter than a 1 st year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: 250 feet There goes the cash. That answer is incorrect. You are NOT smarter than a 1 st year apprentice! GAME OVER

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2 nd Year – Related Science Standard atmospheric pressure at sea level is 0 psia.491 psia 14.7 psia 16.9 psi

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Your Answer: 0 psia That answer is incorrect. You are NOT smarter than a 2 nd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer:.491 psia Really? That answer is incorrect. You are NOT smarter than a 2 nd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: 14.7 psia That is correct. You are smarter than a 2 nd year apprentice! Do you want a cookie? Pick Your Next Category

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Your Answer: 16.9 psia And the game is over for you! That answer is not correct. You are NOT smarter than a 2 nd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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2 nd Year – Plans, Drawings & Charts The angle formed between the axes in isometric drawings is 45 degrees 90 degrees 120 degrees 180 degrees

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Your Answer: 45 degrees Did you send a twin to class for you? That answer is not correct. You are NOT smarter than a 2 nd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: 90 degrees Nope! That answer is not correct. You are NOT smarter than a 2 nd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: 120 degrees Way to go! That is correct. You are smarter than a 2 nd year apprentice! Pick Your Next Category

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Your Answer: 180 degrees Socially promoted? That answer is not correct. You are NOT smarter than a 2 nd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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2 nd Year – Water Heaters Which type of solar water heater uses a separate loop, usually filled with a mixture of water and antifreeze, to transfer solar heat energy from the collector to a heat exchanger? direct indirect solar coil drainback

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Your Answer: direct Thats not it! You are NOT smarter than a 2 nd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: indirect That is correct. You are smarter than a 2 nd year apprentice! Pick Your Next Category

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Your Answer: solar coil That answer is not correct. You are NOT smarter than a 2 nd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: drainback Time for tutoring! That answer is not correct. You are NOT smarter than a 2 nd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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3 rd Year – Safety A guardrail system must withstand _____ of force. 150 pounds 200 pounds 350 pounds 500 pounds

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Your Answer: 150 pounds Sorry, but that answer is not correct. You are NOT smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: 200 pounds That is correct. You may be smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! Pick Your Next Category

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Your Answer: 350 pounds That answer is not correct. You are NOT smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: 500 pounds That answer is not correct. You are NOT smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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3 rd Year – Plans, Drawings & Charts Orthogonal projections are also known as ___________ drawings. multiview pictorial isometric oblique

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Your Answer: multiview That answer is not correct. You are NOT smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: pictorial That is correct! Nice job! You may be smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! Pick Your Next Category

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Your Answer: isometric Nope. You are NOT smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: oblique Maybe next time. That answer is incorrect. You are NOT smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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3 rd Year – Fuel Gas Double-walled vents for gas water heaters must have a minimum clearance of _____ from any combustible material. 1 inch 1 ½ inches 2 inches 2 ½ inches

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Your Answer: 1 inch Good answer! That is correct! You may be smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! Pick Your Next Category

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Your Answer: 1 ½ inches Your luck has run out. That answer is incorrect. You are NOT smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: 2 inches I dont think so. That answer is incorrect. You are NOT smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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Your Answer: 2 ½ inches Cmon. Even I know this one. Sorry, but you are NOT smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! GAME OVER

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BONUS ROUND You can take the $20 and run, or play to win an additional $5 in the BONUS ROUND. The BONUS ROUND topic is: CODE Whats your pleasure? PLAY BONUS ROUND QUIT WHILE IM AHEAD

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BONUS ROUND – Code According to most codes, vitrified clay building sewer pipe and fittings are approved for use at least 12 inches below ground approved for use inside of buildings and above ground unrestricted in use for drain lines unrestricted in use for vent lines

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Your Answer: approved for use at least 12 inches below ground You are now $5 richer and you are smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! Thanks for playing!

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Your Answer: approved for use inside of buildings and above ground Thats a big no. You are NOT smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! Thanks for playing!

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Your Answer: unrestricted in use for drain lines Sorry, but that answer is incorrect. You are NOT smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! Thanks for playing!

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Your Answer: unrestricted in use for vent lines Negative. That answer is incorrect. You are NOT smarter than a 3 rd year apprentice! Thanks for playing.

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