Unsafe Condition

I. The design of structure to be built.

II. The subsystems to be included in the structure (electrical, mechanical, plumbing, etc.)

III. The equipment involved in building the structure.

IV. The on-site facilities such as man lifts, elevators, concrete batch plants and rock crushing/ gravel processing asphalt plants.

V. The manpower of the structure.

All of the above

2000 vph

Shrinkage

Tact Coat

I. All symmetric histograms

II. All symmetric bell-shaped curves are normal.

III. All normal curves are bell-shaped and symmetric.

III only

Maximum Expected Time

Inner side of the outer rail

Volume is more accurate: Only Volume has units of time

I. Makes use of three estimates

II. Puts the greatest weight on the most likely time estimate

III. Is motivated by the beta distribution

All of the above

I. Assumes that the activity times are the statistically independent.

II. Assumes that the total time of the critical path has approximately beta distribution.

III. Requires knowledge of the standard deviation for all activities in the network

II only

Curing

Combination of unusually high sea level with severe wave action

mechanical, thermal, electrical, and chemical

I. Be sure the instrument is level

II. Sight with vertical crosshair

III. Sight exactly on the target

IV. Sight direct and reverse

Which standard practices are true?

I, III, IV only

Risk

Gravity Waves

I. Minimize settling

II. Increases the soil's load bearing characteristics

III. Increase soil stability

IV. Reduces water penetration

V. Protects slopes that will drain water away

All of the above

Reliability

providing expansion joints and sectional pouring of concrete

Sending out a large enough number of surveys so that even if the response rate is low, you will have sufficient numbers of responses to do statistical analysis.

I. Fore slope of back slope steepness and height

II. Unforgiving hazards within the clear zone

III. Water hazards within the clear zone

All of the three

three words or less

longitudinal lines, transverse lines, other lines, & other markings

I. Initial diverge taper

II. Auxiliary lane length

III. End or merge taper

I, II, & III

density

Wharf

I. Sight distance is a requirement in all situations for driver safety.

II. Appearance is generally required in low fill and flat topography situations.

III. Riding comfort is a general requirement with specific need on approaches to a floodway where the length of depression needs to be minimized.

IV. Vertical alignment should fit into the natural terrain earthwork balances.

I, II, & III only

Deep Water Wave

Standard water depth of berth for the ship (-7.5) + Design low tide (-0.35) = -7.85

I. Quadrilateral

II. Parallelogram

III. Rectangle

IV. Square

I, II, III, IV

14

rumble strip

I. Across signalized intersections. However, lane lines of low priority road must be discontinued at the intersection;

II. Across side street entrances unless the street is one-way street (going in only);

III. Past the start of the taper at which a multi-lane road narrows down.

IV. On roads with more than two lanes if not separated by median islands.

I, II, and III

Guide signs

I. Integrity of the pavement

II. Width to place edgeline pavement markings

III. Additional safety to prevent vehicles skidding or drivers losing control in gravel.

IV. Low maintenance cost compared with paved shoulders.

All of the above

Pier

Fairway

conjugate angles

6

Align the hour hand with the sun's azimuth, and south will be midway between the hour hand and 12.

North Direction

I. Plan and prepare

II. Perform the calculation

III. Repeat the calculation

IV. Check the calculation

V. Calculate the azimuths clockwise traverse

VI. Calculate azimuths counter-clockwise traverse

Which of these procedures are true?

I, II, III & IV

I. At the PC (Point of Curvature) and PT (Point of Tangency), the radius and tangent are perpendicular.

II. The angle between the tangent and the long chords originating at the PC (Point of Curvature) or PT (Point of Tangency), is equal to one half of "I" (Angle of PI)

III. The curvature at the center of the circle that subtends the arc between the PC (Point of Curvature) and the PT (Point of Tangency)is called the central angle. It's value is the same as the "I" angle.

All of these

vertical curve

Negative

negative

negative

negative or positive

right triangle

3

4

Line C is perpendicular to the plane described by Line A and B.

it has no point of inflection

I. |x| - |y|

II. |y - x|

III. |y| - |x|

II only

I. sin (-x) = -sin(x)

II. cos (-x) = -cos(x)

III. tan (-x) = -tan(x), where tan(x) is defined.

I and III only

congruent isosceles triangles

any place containing line L is perpendicular to plane P

a rectangle

increasing

collinear

perpendicular

1

rhombus

quadrilateral

3

Traffic signs

Highest Wave

Wind Sea

Batching

remain constant

The point is reached at which speed declines noticeably

Warning signs

I. to discourage travel on road shoulders

II. to make driving safer and more assured, particularly at night and during inclement weather by providing a continuous guide for the driver

III. to act as guide past objects, which are close to the edge of pavement and which constitute a hazard

IV. to prevent parking at or near intersections

V. to delineate the edge of the travelled way to distinguish it from the shoulder area

V