ENGT 1000 Quiz 1

  1. Chattahoochee Tech offers degrees in Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology, Biomedical Engineering Technology, and Civil Engineering Technology.

    A) true
    B) false
    B) false
  2. Your Engineering Technology education will prepare you for specific jobs by providing detailed training.

    A) true
    B) false
    B) false
  3. Which of the following levels of training includes a great deal of math and theory but relatively little hands-on training?



    C) engineering
  4. Which of the following levels of training includes relatively little math and theory but a lot of hands-on training?

    A) engineering technology
    B) engineering
    C)electronics technology

    A) C) electronics technology
    B) electronics technology
    C) engineering
    D) B) false
    electronics technology
  5. Which of the following levels of training includes a balance of math and theory and hands-on training?

    A)electronics technology
    B)engineering
    C)engineering technology
    engineering technology
  6. Engineering Technology courses generally transfer to 4-year engineering technology programs, but not to 4-year engineering programs.

    A)True
    B)False
    True
  7. Field service representatives travel to customers' sites to advise them how to install and operate electronic and computer equipment.

    A)True
    B)False
    True
  8. Chattahoochee Tech has a career placement office that can help you with resume writing and your job search.

    A)True
    B)False
    True
  9. Instead of training you on the specifics of a job, your Engineering Technology courses are designed to lay a foundation of knowledge so that you will be "ready for training".

    A)True
    B)False
    True
  10. The average starting salary of Engineering Technology graduates is $240,000 a year.

    A)True
    B)False
    False
  11. Which of the following courses is required of all Engineering Technology students?

    A)MUSC 1101-Music Appreciation
    B)MATH 1126-Statistics 1
    C)AHLS 1011-Anatomy & Physiology
    D)ECET 1110-Digital Systems 1
    ECET 1110-Digital Systems 1
  12. All Engineering Technology students must complete which of the following?

    A)all of the above
    B)ENG 1101
    C)Humanities/Fine Arts Elective
    D)Social/Behavioral Science Elective
    all of the above
  13. Which course should be taken during you last semester?

    A)ENGT 2300-Capstone Project
    B)PHYS 1112-Introductory Physics 1
    C)MATH 1113-Precalculus
    D)ECET 2101-Circuit Analysis 2
    ENGT 2300-Capstone Project
  14. Of the three math courses required, which one must be taken last?

    A)Statistics
    B)Precalculus
    C)Calculus
    D)College Algebra
    Calculus
  15. Which of the following courses must be taken by Electrical & Computer E.T. students, but not by Biomedical E.T. students?

    A)PHYS 1111-Introductory Physics 1
    B)ALSH 1011-Anatomy & Physiology
    C)ECET 2120-Electronic Circuits 1
    D)ECET 2220-Electronic Circuits 2
    ECET 2220-Electronic Circuits 2
  16. Which of the following is not a valid Humanities/Fine Arts Elective?

    A) CHEM 1151-Introduction to Chemistry 1
    B) ENGL 2130-American Literature
    C) ARTS 1101-Art Appreciation
    D) HUMN 1101-Humanities
    CHEM 1151-Introduction to Chemistry 1
  17. Which students are required to take an internship course where they will be exposed to a real-world work environment?

    A) Electrical & Computer E.T. students
    B) Neither Electrical & Computer E.T. students nor Biomedical E.T. students
    C) Biomedical E.T. students
    D) Both Electrical & Computer E.T. students and Biomedical E.T. students
    Biomedical Students
  18. Which course is only one credit hour?

    A) Internship
    B) Precalculus
    C) Networking Systems
    D) Capstone Project
    Capstone Project
  19. Which of the following courses must be taken by both Electrical & Computer E.T. students and Biomedical E.T. students?

    A) BMET 1231-Medical Equipment 1
    B) ECET 2220-Electronic Circuits 2
    C) ECET 1191-Computer Programming Fundamentals
    D)PHYS 1111-Introductory Physics 1
    PHYS 1111-Introductory Physics 1
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  21. The word "electricity" comes from the ancient Greek word for




    B) amber
  22. Benjamin Franklin proved that lightning was static electricity by




    B) storing a strong charge in a Leyden jar
  23. He developed a famous set of mathematical equations that explain the behaviour of electromagnetic fields.




    C) James Maxwell
  24. He demonstrated that current flowing through a wire caused the wire to behave as a magnet.




    A) Michael Faraday
  25. The 1893 World Fair's "Electricity Building" helped educate the public to the advantages of




    A) ac electrical power
  26. Which of the following was NOT invented by Thomas Edison?




    D) electric motor
  27. In the battle between dc and ac power distribution, who was the chief proponent of dc power?




    D) Thomas Edison
  28. In the battle between dc and ac power distribution, who was the chief proponent of ac power?




    C) Nicola Tesla
  29. Vacuum tubes became popular because the could




    B) amplify signals and act as electonic switches
  30. Which of the following was NOT an advantage of transistors over vacuum tubes?




    D) they can operate at higher voltages
  31. Guglielmo Marconi was the first person to




    D) successfully transmit Morse code wirelessly
  32. When integrated circuits were introduced, they had the major advantage of




    D) storing multiple transistors on a single device
  33. by the end of the 1980's, how many transistors could be stored onto a single integrated circuit?




    D) over a million
  34. The first digital computers were built using




    A) vacuum tubes and relays
  35. The earliest digital computers were built




    D) around the time of World War 2
  36. Before the IBM PC was introduced, most competing home computer systems were incompatible with one another because they all used different

    embedded systems
    operating systems
    microprocessors
    networking protocols
    operating systems
  37. Which home computer manufacturer did not switch to the IBM PC format?




    B) Apple
  38. Which company produced the operating system for the original IBM PC?




    C) Microsoft
  39. In the 1990's, PCs began to replace large mainframe computers at a fast rate. What innovation led to this?




    C) computer networks
  40. Tiny computers found in every day items such as digital cameras and televisions are known as




    C) embedded systems
  41. Length (Metric)
    1000 meters in a kilometer
    100 cenimeters in one meter
    1000 millimeters in one meter
              also said
    one meter is 1/1000 of a kilometer
    one centimeter is equal to 1/100 meter
    one millimeter is equal to 1/1000 meter
    • 1 m*1/1000m=.0001km
    • i think
  42. there are 12 inches in a foot
    3 feet in a yard
    5280 feet in a mile
            also said
    1 inch is 1/12 foot
    1 foot is 1/3 yard
    1 foot is 1/5280 mile.
    1foot=1/5280 mile
  43. There are 2.54 cm in 1 inch
    3.28 feet in one meter
    1.61 km in 1 mile
    • 1 cm is .394 inches
    • 1 foot is .263 meters
    • 1 mile is .622 km
  44. 16 ounces in 1 pound
    2000 pounds in 1 ton
    1000 grams in 1 kilogram
    454 grams in 1 pound
    2.20 pounds in one kilogram
    1000 kilograms in 1 metric ton
    1.10 tons in a metric ton
    weight
  45. 9 square feet in 1 square yard
    4840 square yards in 1 acre
    640 acres in 1 square mile
    10.76 square feet in 1 square meter
    2.59 square km in 1 square mile.
    area
  46. 8 ounces in 1 cup
    2 cups in 1 pint
    2 pints in 1 quart
    4 pints and 32 ounces in 1 quart
    4 quarts in 1 gallon
    7.48 gallons in 1 cubic foot
    1000 milliliters in 1 liter
    3.79 liters in 1 gallon
    29.6 milliliters in 1 ounce
    volume
  47. Be careful when converting area.  There are not 1000 square meters in a square kilometer.  Instead, there are 1000^2 (1,000,000) square meters in a square kilometer
    Similarly, there are 12^2 (144) square inches in a square foot.  Area
  48. Dont get confused when e talk about an ounce of volume and an ounce of weight.  They are separate things.
    1 ounce of water weighs approximately one ounce, but one ounce of lead weighs a whole lot more than one ounce.  Volume.
  49. Be careful when converting volume.  There are not 100 cubic centimeters in a cubic meter.  Instead, there are 100^3 (1,000,000) cubic centimeters in a cubic meter.
    Volume.
  50. how many cm are in 1 inch?
    2.54
  51. 640 cm are equal to how many meters?




    B) 6.4
  52. 640 m are equal to how many centimeters?




    B) 64000
  53. 640 m are equal to how many millimeters?




    B) 640000
  54. 9.5 km are equal to how many meters?




    B) 9500
  55. 9.5 km are equal to how many centimeters?




    C) 950000
  56. 9.5 m are equal to how many kilometers?




    A) .0095
  57. 440 inches are equal to how many yards?




    A) 12.2
  58. 440 inches are equal to how many miles?




    D) .00694
  59. 38 km are equal to how many miles?




    B) 23.6
  60. 4007 feet are equal to how many kilometers?




    B) 1.22
  61. 90,000 millimeters are equal to how many feet?




    D) 295
  62. 90,000 seconds are equal to how many years?




    C) .0285
  63. 47 weeks are equal to how many minutes?




    B) 473,760
  64. 47 weeks are equal to how many seconds?




    D) 28,425,600
  65. 47 ounces are equal to how many pounds?




    D) 2.94
  66. 380 grams are equal to how many pounds?




    B) .838
  67. 3 tons are equal to how many kilograms?




    B) 2,722
  68. 3 metric tons are equal to how many pounds?




    B) 6614
  69. 30,000,000 grams are equal to how many tons?




    A) 33.1
  70. Know the type of degree you will earn in this program?
    • Biomedical Engineering Technology (abbreviated BMT or BMET)
    • Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology (abbreviated EET or ECET)
  71. Know the difference between an Engineering Technology degree and an Engineering degree.
    Engineering degrees include a great deal of math and theory but relatively little hands-on training.
  72. Know the difference between an engineering technology degree and an engineering degree.
    Engineering Technology includes a balance of math and theory and hands-on training.
  73. What is CTC's work ethic program designed to do?



    D) all of the above
  74. Being late for class would affect your rating on which work ethic trait?




    A) Attendance
  75. Being dishonest will result in a poor score on which work ethic trait?




    D) Character
  76. Encouraging and facilitating pride, trust, and group identity is which work ethic trait?



    D) Teamwork
  77. Wearing a tank top when making a formal presentation to the class would result in a low score on which work ethic trait?



    A) Appearance
  78. Getting mad when being corrected by the instructor will result in a poor score on which work ethic trait?



    C) Attitude
  79. Staying on task and utilizing time constructively refers to which work ethic trait?



    A) Productivity
  80. Prioritizing and managing time effectively refers to which work ethic trait?



    B) Organizational skills
  81. Attending class but not listening attentively will result in a poor score on which work ethic trait?



    A) Communication
  82. Working to resolve conflicts and identify solutions in which all parties benefit refers to which work ethic trait?



    A) Cooperation
  83. Treating instructors, staff, and fellow students with courtesy and tact refers to which work ethic trait?



    C) Respect
  84. Which of the following statements is true?



    C) Education is on-going, and can be accomplished by many different methods including taking courses, attending seminars, and reading books and magazines.
  85. As a student and employee, you must always be aware of your professional, ethical, and social responsibilities.  This means you must



    D) all of the above
  86. Which of the following statements is true?



    A) A commitment to continuous improvement is necessary in today's world, which means always striving to improve even when things are going well.
  87. Which of the following is not one of the ten work ethic traits?



    D) Attentiveness
  88. It is important to have a commitment to quality, timeliness, and



    D) continuous improvement
  89. If you take the first letters of all of the ten work ethics traits, then you can spell the three words "coat", "cap", and "car".



    C) This isn't even a question! Why is this statement here? What does this have to do with anything? Has the instructor lost his mind?
  90. In which case should a digital multimeter not be used?



    D) When measuring high frequency voltages
  91. What does an oscilloscope do?



    A) It measures voltage
  92. A digital multimeter is an effective tool for detecting distortion in a signal.
    A) True
    B) False
    B) False
  93. Most digital multimeters are useful for measuring ac voltage at low frequencies.
    A) True
    B) False
    A) True
  94. Because an oscilloscope gives a visual representation of a voltage and a digital multimeter does not, an oscilloscope is more effective at detecting distortion.
    A) True
    B) False
    A) True
  95. You want to measure a low-frequency current. What should you use?
    A) Digital multimeter
    B) Oscilloscope
    A) Digital multimeter
  96. An oscilloscope is better at producing high-frequency voltages than a digital multimeter.
    A) True
    B) False
    B) False
  97. When a signal changes its shape due to some problem, we call it



    A) distortion
  98. An oscilloscope can measure only voltage.
    A) True
    B) False
    A) True
  99. A digital multimeter can only measure voltage, but an oscilloscope can both measure and produce voltages.
    A) True
    B) False
    B) False
  100. To determine the voltage of a wave, you first must determine how many divisions tall the wave is. Then, you must multiply the number of divisions by



    C) the vertical sensitivity
  101. On an oscilloscope, the y-axis is split up into how many divisions?



    C) 8
  102. On an oscilloscope, the number of vertical divisions a wave occupies is the same as the wave's voltage.
    A) True
    B) False
    B) False
  103. On an oscilloscope, each of the small lines on the x and y axes represent what portion of a division?



    A) .2 divisions
  104. What quantity is measured on the x-axis of the oscilloscope?


    B) time
  105. What quantity is measured on the y-axis of the oscilloscope?


    C) voltage
  106. Which of the following is spelled correctly?





    C) oscilloscope
  107. When determining the voltage of a wave on the oscilloscope, you should multiply the vertical sensitivity setting by



    A) the height of the wave in divisions
  108. When measuring the ac voltage at a wall outlet, the frequency is too high to be able to accurately take a voltage reading with a digital multimeter.
    A) True
    B) False
    B) False
  109. On an oscilloscope, voltage is measured on the x-axis.
    A) True
    B) False
    B) False
  110. On an oscilloscope, the vertical sensitivity knob is used to set



    A) The number of volts each division represents
  111. If two waves appear on an oscilloscope at the same time, then they both have the same vertical sensitivity setting.
    A) True
    B) False
    B) False
  112. An oscilloscope is incapable of changing the value of a voltage.
    A) True
    B) False
    A) True
  113. Distortion cannot be detected by using a digital multimeter.
    A) True
    B) False
    A) True
  114. On an oscilloscope, the x-axis is used to measure



    C) Time
  115. On an oscilloscope, the y-axis is used to measure



    D) voltage
  116. What letter is used to represent period?



    D) T
  117. How do you convert between frequency and period?



    C) Take the inverse
  118. A wave that repeats the same shape over and over again is called a _______ wave.



    B) periodic
  119. The number of times a waveform repeats itself in one second is known as the



    A) frequency
  120. The amount of time it takes for one cycle of a waveform is known as the



    D) period
  121. A fast waveform has a large frequency and a small period.
    A) True
    B) False
    A) True
  122. A slow waveform has a large frequency and a small period.
    A) True
    B) False
    B) False
  123. Frequency is measured in



    A) Hertz
  124. Period is measured in



    B) seconds
  125. To determine the period of a wave when looking at the oscilloscope, you must multiply the width of the wave in divisions by



    B) The horizontal sensitivity
  126. The period of a wave is dependent on its voltage value.
    A) True
    B) False
    B) False
  127. Measuring the voltage of a wave (vertical) has absolutely nothing at all to do with measuring its period (horizontal).
    A) True
    B) False
    A) True
  128. A wave repeats itself 40 times every two seconds. What is its frequency?



    A) 20 Hz
  129. A wave repeats itself 150 times every three seconds. What is its period?



    B) 20 ms
  130. A periodic wave has a very large frequency. That means that it also has




    A) a very small period
  131. A periodic wave has a very small voltage. That means that it also has




    A) Voltage has no effect on frequency or period
  132. A periodic wave has a very small period. That means that it also has




    A) a very large frequency
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