Year One

Module Assignment: 00103-Introduction to Hand Tools

1. The hammer shown here is a _____.(Required)
2. The center punch is best used to _____.(Required)
3. The type of screw head shown in the figure is a(n) _____.(Required)
4. How many sides does a hexagonal shape have?(Required)
5. The wrench shown here is an example of a(n) _____.(Required)
6. Which of the following statements about ratchets and sockets is correct?(Required)
7. Which of the following tools is shown here?(Required)
8. The concave shape of a tape measure blade is designed to _____.(Required)
9. Special marks at 16", 19.2", and 24" on a folding rule are related to _____.(Required)
10. When an object is plumb, it means that it is _____.(Required)
11. To check level conditions over a significant distance, such as a long drainage slope, the bestlevel to use is a _____.(Required)
12. Some chalk lines are also designed to serve as a _____.(Required)
13. Which of the following saws would likely have the fewest teeth per inch, resulting in thelargest and most aggressive teeth?(Required)
14. The best saw for cutting miter joints is the _____.(Required)
15. When sawing lumber, begin the cut so that the kerf will be _____.(Required)
16. Because of the shape and size of its jaws, which clamp can spread clamping pressure over awider area than the others?(Required)
17. A pipe clamp has _____.(Required)
18. The tool shown in the figure is a _____.(Required)
19. The safest kind of utility knife is one with a _____.(Required)
20. When compared to round and square shovels, a traditional spade _____.(Required)
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