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Online Computer Test Automation System - Set 14

Practice Test: Question Set - 14

1. Over the last ten years, productivity has risen most rapidly in:
    (A) Italy
    (B) Japan
    (C) France
    (D) United States

2. What is the difference between integral and derivative control?
    (A) Derivative control does not eliminate offset error
    (B) Integral control has slower response to an error signal
    (C) Derivative control responds to a change in the rate of change in the error signal
    (D) All of the above

3. The physical arrangement of equipment in a network is called:
    (A) Topology
    (B) Pairing
    (C) Queuing
    (D) Logic

4. How is the integral mode implemented using analog methods?
    (A) Op amp and resistors
    (B) Op amp and a capacitor
    (C) Op amp and an RC network to place the error voltage across the capacitor
    (D) All of the above

5. In general, American buyers will purchase goods:
    (A) That offer the best quality for the least money
    (B) That are made in America, even at higher costs
    (C) Without regard to country of manufacturer
    (D) Both (a) and (c)

6. The coordinate system used to describe a workpiece:
    (A) Is always two-dimensional
    (B) Changes from part to part
    (C) Is defined with respect to a point on the machine
    (D) All of the above

7. A semi-continuous operation means:
    (A) The operation is continuous each shift, but stops between shifts
    (B) Coffee breaks are allowed for the operator
    (C) A computer is a required part of the machine
    (D) Each operation in a sequence is continuous, but subsequent operations in the sequence may be different

8. The three key elements for a graphics workstation include the host processor, display controller, and:
    (A) Mouse
    (B) Keyboard
    (C) CRT
    (D) Digitizer

9. A way to transfer programs to a central system is:
    (A) By setting bit switches on the central CPU
    (B) To copy the program into PROMs and install the PROMs in the system
    (C) To develop the program on the actual system only
    (D) All of the above

10. Computer-based controllers:
    (A) Should be built in a modular fashion wherever possible
    (B) Are very difficult to change
    (C) Are very flexible
    (D) Both (a) and (c) above

11. The linking of PCs with a communications system is referred to as:
    (A) Workstations
    (B) Streaming
    (C) Turnkey systems
    (D) Networking

12. Digital signals:
    (A) Can have three possible levels
    (B) Are assigned values of 1 or 0 depending on the voltage level
    (C) Have a sinusoidal shape
    (D) Have a frequency measured in units of hertz

13. Straight-line operations:
    (A) Must be limited to two per workpiece
    (B) Must be parallel to one of the axes of the coordinate system
    (C) Can include diagonal cuts if they aren't curved
    (D) None of the above

14. Which device does the general population associate most with automation?
    (A) Flexible manufacturing
    (B) Robots
    (C) Numerical control machine
    (D) Computer graphics workstation

15. The reliability life cycle of a product:
    (A) Has three distinct rates of failure
    (B) Cannot be predicted
    (C) Stays constant with environmental conditions
    (D) None of the above

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