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Question 1 of 347
1. Question
Consider a horn which produces 84 dBA at 10 feet. Based on this, the horn will produce _____ dBA at 20 feet?
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Question 2 of 347
2. Question
Consider a horn which produces 84 dBA at 10 feet. Based on this, the horn will produce _____ dBA at 40 feet?
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Question 3 of 347
3. Question
Consider a horn which produces 84 dBA at 10 feet. Based on this, the horn will produce _____ dBA at 80 feet?
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Question 4 of 347
4. Question
Consider a horn which produces 87 dBA at 10 feet. Based on this, the horn will produce _____ dBA at 20 feet?
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Question 5 of 347
5. Question
Consider a horn which produces 87 dBA at 10 feet. Based on this, the horn will produce _____ dBA at 40 feet?
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Question 6 of 347
6. Question
Consider a horn which produces 87 dBA at 10 feet. Based on this, the horn will produce _____ dBA at 80 feet?
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Question 7 of 347
7. Question
Consider a ceiling which 14 feet AFF, and is level with beams for smoke detection purposes. The beams are 17 inches deep and spaced at 64 inches on center. Based on this, an adjustment of _____ is required?
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Question 8 of 347
8. Question
Consider a ceiling which 16 feet AFF, and is level with beams for smoke detection purposes. The beams are 17 inches deep and spaced at 64 inches on center. Based on this, an adjustment of _____ is required?
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Question 9 of 347
9. Question
Consider a ceiling which 14 feet AFF, and is level with beams for smoke detection purposes. The beams are 15 inches deep and spaced at 64 inches on center. Based on this, an adjustment of _____ is required?
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Question 10 of 347
10. Question
Consider a ceiling which 16 feet AFF, and is level with beams for smoke detection purposes. The beams are 20 inches deep and spaced at 64 inches on center. Based on this, an adjustment of _____ is required?
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Question 11 of 347
11. Question
Consider a room with a smooth and level ceiling which is 15 feet AFF. Heat detectors with a listed spacing of 50 feet are used to provide automatic detection. Based on this, the maximum distance from the sidewall to the first row of ceiling mounted detectors is _____ feet?
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Question 12 of 347
12. Question
Consider a room with a smooth and level ceiling which is 10 feet AFF. Heat detectors with a listed spacing of 50 feet are used to provide automatic detection. Based on this, the maximum distance from the sidewall to the first row of ceiling mounted detectors is _____ feet?
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Question 13 of 347
13. Question
Consider a room with a smooth and level ceiling which is 18 feet AFF. Heat detectors with a listed spacing of 50 feet are used to provide automatic detection. Based on this, the maximum distance from the sidewall to the first row of ceiling mounted detectors is _____ feet?
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Question 14 of 347
14. Question
Consider a room with a smooth and level ceiling which is 20 feet AFF. Heat detectors with a listed spacing of 50 feet are used to provide automatic detection. Based on this, the maximum distance from the sidewall to the first row of ceiling mounted detectors is _____ feet?
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Question 15 of 347
15. Question
Consider a 24 VDC fire alarm notification appliance circuit with 14 AWG solid coated copper conductor (approximately 3 ohms per 1K ft). The current is 4 amps in alarm. The notification appliances require a minimum of 20.4 volts to operate properly. Based on this, the maximum acceptable total length of conductors is _____ feet?
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Question 16 of 347
16. Question
Consider a 24 VDC fire alarm notification appliance circuit with 16 AWG solid coated copper conductor (approximately 5 ohms per 1K ft). The current is 4 amps in alarm. The notification appliances require a minimum of 20.4 volts to operate properly. Based on this, the maximum acceptable total length of conductors is _____ feet?
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Question 17 of 347
17. Question
Consider a 24 VDC fire alarm notification appliance circuit with 18 AWG solid coated copper conductor (approximately 8 ohms per 1K ft). The current is 4 amps in alarm. The notification appliances require a minimum of 20.4 volts to operate properly. Based on this, the maximum acceptable total length of conductors is _____ feet?
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Question 18 of 347
18. Question
Consider a fire alarm notification circuit which has 800 feet total of solid coated copper conductors. The circuit is 24 VDC, and the current is 2 amps in alarm. The circuit is required to deliver 20.4 volts. Based on this, the appropriate wire size is _____ AWG? (Assume 1K ft of conductor: 18 AWG = 8 ohms, 16 AWG = 5 ohms, 14 AWG = 3 ohms, 12 AWG = 2 ohms)
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Question 19 of 347
19. Question
Consider a fire alarm notification circuit which has 800 feet total of solid coated copper conductors. The circuit is 24 VDC, and the current is 1 amps in alarm. The circuit is required to deliver 20.4 volts. Based on this, the appropriate wire size is _____ AWG? (Assume 1K ft of conductor: 18 AWG = 8 ohms, 16 AWG = 5 ohms, 14 AWG = 3 ohms, 12 AWG = 2 ohms)
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Question 20 of 347
20. Question
Consider a fire alarm notification circuit which has 500 feet total of solid coated copper conductors. The circuit is 24 VDC, and the current is 1 amps in alarm. The circuit is required to deliver 20.4 volts. Based on this, the appropriate wire size is _____ AWG? (Assume 1K ft of conductor: 18 AWG = 8 ohms, 16 AWG = 5 ohms, 14 AWG = 3 ohms, 12 AWG = 2 ohms)
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Question 21 of 347
21. Question
Consider a fire alarm notification circuit which has 250 feet total of solid coated copper conductors. The circuit is 24 VDC, and the current is 1 amps in alarm. The circuit is required to deliver 20.4 volts. Based on this, the appropriate wire size is _____ AWG? (Assume 1K ft of conductor: 18 AWG = 8 ohms, 16 AWG = 5 ohms, 14 AWG = 3 ohms, 12 AWG = 2 ohms)
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Question 22 of 347
22. Question
The design drawings show a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet with a ceiling height of 15 feet. The ceiling is smooth and level. Based on this, a total of _____ spot type smoke detectors are needed to cover this space?
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Question 23 of 347
23. Question
The design drawings show a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet with a ceiling height of 10 feet. The ceiling is smooth and level. Based on this, a total of _____ spot type smoke detectors are needed to cover this space?
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Question 24 of 347
24. Question
The design drawings show a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet with a ceiling height of 12 feet. The ceiling is smooth and level. Based on this, a total of _____ spot type smoke detectors are needed to cover this space?
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Question 25 of 347
25. Question
The design drawings show a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet with a ceiling height of 18 feet. The ceiling is smooth and level. Based on this, a total of _____ spot type smoke detectors are needed to cover this space?
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Question 26 of 347
26. Question
Consider a corridor which is 10 feet wide with a smooth and level ceiling. The maximum spacing between spot type smoke detectors is _____ feet?
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Question 27 of 347
27. Question
Consider a corridor which is 15 feet wide with a smooth and level ceiling. The maximum spacing between spot type smoke detectors is _____ feet?
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Question 28 of 347
28. Question
Consider a corridor which is 20 feet wide with a smooth and level ceiling. The maximum spacing between spot type smoke detectors is _____ feet?
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Question 29 of 347
29. Question
Consider a corridor which is 25 feet wide with a smooth and level ceiling. The maximum spacing between spot type smoke detectors is _____ feet?
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Question 30 of 347
30. Question
Consider the installation of an air sampling type smoke detection system. In this specific application, maximum air sampling transport time is 1 second per foot. Based on this, the farthest sampling port to the detector shall not exceed _____ feet?
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Question 31 of 347
31. Question
Consider the installation of an air sampling type smoke detection system. In this specific application, maximum air sampling transport time is 2 seconds per foot. Based on this, the farthest sampling port to the detector shall not exceed _____ feet?
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Question 32 of 347
32. Question
Consider the installation of an air sampling type smoke detection system. In this specific application, maximum air sampling transport time is 4 seconds per foot. Based on this, the farthest sampling port to the detector shall not exceed _____ feet?
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Question 33 of 347
33. Question
Consider speakers tapped at 1/8 watt and produce a sound level of 82 dBA at 10 feet. In order to produce a sound level of 70 dBA at 40 feet, the speakers should be tapped at _____ watt?
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Question 34 of 347
34. Question
Consider speakers tapped at 1/8 watt and produce a sound level of 82 dBA at 10 feet. In order to produce a sound level of 73 dBA at 40 feet, the speakers should be tapped at _____ watt?
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Question 35 of 347
35. Question
Consider speakers tapped at 1/8 watt and produce a sound level of 82 dBA at 10 feet. In order to produce a sound level of 76 dBA at 40 feet, the speakers should be tapped at _____ watt?
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Question 36 of 347
36. Question
Consider speakers tapped at 1/8 watt and produce a sound level of 82 dBA at 10 feet. In order to produce a sound level of 79 dBA at 40 feet, the speakers should be tapped at _____ watt?
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Question 37 of 347
37. Question
Consider speakers tapped at 1/8 watt and produce a sound level of 82 dBA at 10 feet. In order to produce a sound level of 70 dBA at 80 feet, the speakers should be tapped at _____ watt?
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Question 38 of 347
38. Question
Consider an area which has 12 air changes per hour. Based on this, spot type smoke detector spacing is _____ feet?
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Question 39 of 347
39. Question
Consider an area which has 7.5 air changes per hour. Based on this, spot type smoke detector spacing is _____ feet?
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Question 40 of 347
40. Question
Consider an area which has 15 air changes per hour. Based on this, spot type smoke detector spacing is _____ feet?
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Question 41 of 347
41. Question
Consider an area which has 8.6 air changes per hour. Based on this, spot type smoke detector spacing is _____ feet?
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Question 42 of 347
42. Question
Consider an area which has 10 air changes per hour. Based on this, spot type smoke detector spacing is _____ feet?
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Question 43 of 347
43. Question
Consider an area which has 20 air changes per hour. Based on this, spot type smoke detector spacing is _____ feet?
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Question 44 of 347
44. Question
Consider an area which has 30 air changes per hour. Based on this, spot type smoke detector spacing is _____ feet?
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Question 45 of 347
45. Question
Consider an area which has 60 air changes per hour. Based on this, spot type smoke detector spacing is _____ feet?
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Question 46 of 347
46. Question
Consider a 120 feet x 150 feet room which has a ceiling surface with beams which are 15 inches deep and spaced at 4 feet apart. The ceiling is 14 feet AFF and level. The beams run the length of the room. Based on this a total of _____ detectors are required?
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Question 47 of 347
47. Question
Consider a 120 feet x 150 feet room which has a ceiling surface with beams which are 24 inches deep and spaced at 4 feet apart. The ceiling is 14 feet AFF and level. The beams run the length of the room. Based on this a total of _____ detectors are required?
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Question 48 of 347
48. Question
Consider a 120 feet x 150 feet room which has a ceiling surface with beams which are 24 inches deep and spaced at 4 feet apart. The ceiling is 14 feet AFF and level. The beams run the length of the room. Projected beam smoke detectors with a listed spacing of 60’ x 300’ are used. Based on this a total of _____ projected beam smoke detectors are required?
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Question 49 of 347
49. Question
Consider a 120 feet x 150 feet room which has a ceiling surface with beams which are 24 inches deep and spaced at 10 feet apart. The ceiling is 14 feet AFF and level. The beams run the length of the room. Based on this a total of _____ detectors are required?
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Question 50 of 347
50. Question
Consider a 120 feet x 150 feet room which has a ceiling surface with beams which are 24 inches deep and spaced at 10 feet apart. The ceiling is 14 feet AFF and level. The beams run the length of the room. Based on this a total of _____ photobeam smoke detectors are required?
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Question 51 of 347
51. Question
Consider a room which is 50 feet wide and 95 feet in length. The ceiling is 10 feet AFF and smooth and level. The space has 30 air changes per hour. Based on this a total of _____ spot type smoke detectors are required?
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Question 52 of 347
52. Question
Consider a room which is 50 feet wide and 95 feet in length. The ceiling is 10 feet AFF and smooth and level. The space has 30 air changes per hour. Based on this a total of _____ photobeam smoke detectors are required?
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Question 53 of 347
53. Question
Consider a room which is 50 feet wide and 95 feet in length. The ceiling is 10 feet AFF and smooth and level. The space has 10 air changes per hour. Based on this a total of _____ smoke detectors are required?
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Question 54 of 347
54. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet wide and 300 feet in length. The room is required to have heat detectors installed throughout. The heat detectors have a listed spacing of 50 feet. The ceiling is smooth and level at 14 feet AFF. Based on this a total of _____ detectors are required to cover this space?
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Question 55 of 347
55. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet wide and 300 feet in length. The room is required to have heat detectors installed throughout. The heat detectors have a listed spacing of 50 feet. The ceiling is smooth and level at 18 feet AFF. Based on this a total of _____ detectors are required to cover this space?
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Question 56 of 347
56. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet wide and 300 feet in length. The room is required to have heat detectors installed throughout. The heat detectors have a listed spacing of 50 feet. The ceiling is smooth and level at 22 feet AFF. Based on this a total of _____ detectors are required to cover this space?
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Question 57 of 347
57. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet wide and 300 feet in length. The room is required to have heat detectors installed throughout. The heat detectors have a listed spacing of 50 feet. The ceiling is level at 10 feet AFF with joists which project down 5 inches and are spaced at 2.5 feet on center. The joists run the length of the room. Based on this a total of _____ detectors are required to cover this space?
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Question 58 of 347
58. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet wide and 300 feet in length. The room is required to have heat detectors installed throughout. The heat detectors have a listed spacing of 50 feet. The ceiling is level at 10 feet AFF with beams which project down 5 inches and are spaced at 4 feet on center. The beams run the length of the room. Based on this a total of _____ detectors are required to cover this space?
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Question 59 of 347
59. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet wide and 300 feet in length. The room is required to have heat detectors installed throughout. The heat detectors have a listed spacing of 50 feet. The ceiling is level at 10 feet AFF with beams which project down 20 inches and are spaced at 10 feet on center. The beams run the length of the room. Based on this a total of _____ detectors are required to cover this space?
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Question 60 of 347
60. Question
Consider a shed type ceiling surface for a space which requires the installation of heat detectors. The room is 50 feet wide and 110 feet in length. The low side of the shed type ceiling is 10 feet AFF and runs the length of the room. The high side of the shed type ceiling is 18 feet AFF and runs the length of the room. Based on this a total of _____ spot type heat detectors are required to cover the space?
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Question 61 of 347
61. Question
Consider a shed type ceiling surface for a space which requires the installation of heat detectors. The heat detectors have a listed spacing of 50 feet. The room is 15 feet wide and 50 feet in length. The low side of the shed type ceiling is 10 feet AFF and runs the length of the room. The high side of the shed type ceiling is 25 feet AFF and runs the length of the room. Based on this a total of _____ spot type heat detectors are required?
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Question 62 of 347
62. Question
Consider a 25° slope ceiling with a ceiling height at the peak of 25 feet with the installation of heat detectors. The heat detectors have a listed spacing of 50 feet. The length of the peak is 50 feet. Based on this, a row of _____ detectors are required to be installed at the peak.
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Question 63 of 347
63. Question
Consider a room with dimensions of 15 feet x 50 feet, which has a shed type ceiling. The low side of shed ceiling is 10 feet AFF and the high side is 25 feet AFF. The peak runs the length of the building. Based on this, the average ceiling height is _____ feet AFF.
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Question 64 of 347
64. Question
Consider a 120 feet x 150 feet room which has a ceiling surface with beams which are 16 inches deep and spaced at 10 feet apart. The ceiling is 14 feet AFF and level. The beams run the length of the room. Based on this a total of _____ smoke detectors are required?
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Question 65 of 347
65. Question
Consider a 120 feet x 150 feet room which has a ceiling surface with beams which are 16 inches deep and spaced at 10 feet apart. The ceiling is 14 feet AFF and level. The beams run the length of the room. Based on this a total of _____ heat detectors with a listed spacing of 50 feet are required.
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Question 66 of 347
66. Question
Consider a room which has a width of 60 feet and a length of 90 feet. The ceiling has beams which project down 12 inches and are spaced at 4 feet on center. The beams run the length of the room. The ceiling is 10 feet AFF. The total number of smoke detectors required to cover this space is _____ detectors.
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Question 67 of 347
67. Question
Consider a room which has a width of 60 feet and a length of 90 feet. The ceiling has beams which project down 12 inches and are spaced at 4 feet on center. The beams run the length of the room. The ceiling is level at 10 feet AFF. The total number of heat detectors with a listed spacing of 50 feet required to cover this space is _____ detectors?
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Question 68 of 347
68. Question
Consider a business office which is 20 feet x 40 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted strobes. A total of _____ strobes rated at 15 cd are required?
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Question 69 of 347
69. Question
Consider a business office which is 20 feet x 40 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted strobes. A total of _____ strobes rated at 60 cd are required?
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Question 70 of 347
70. Question
Consider a business office which is 20 feet x 40 feet which requires the use of public mode horns. The horns produce 86 dBA at 10 feet. A total of _____ horns is required.
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Question 71 of 347
71. Question
Consider an assembly area which is 40 feet x 80 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted strobes. A total of _____ strobes rated at 60 are required?
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Question 72 of 347
72. Question
Consider an assembly area which is 40 feet x 80 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted strobes. A total of _____ strobes rated at 240 cd are required?
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Question 73 of 347
73. Question
Consider an assembly area which is 40 feet x 80 feet which requires the use of public mode horns. The horns produce 86 dBA at 10 feet. A total of _____ horns are required?
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Question 74 of 347
74. Question
Consider an industrial space which is 100 feet x 300 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted strobes. A total of _____ strobes rated at 373 cd are required?
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Question 75 of 347
75. Question
Consider an industrial space which is 100 feet x 300 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted strobes. A total of _____ strobes rated at 94 cd are required?
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Question 76 of 347
76. Question
Consider an industrial space which is 100 feet x 300 feet which requires the use of public mode horns. The horns produce 86 dBA at 10 feet. Based on the actuation of a fire alarm signal, the average ambient sound level will be reduced to 60 dB. A total of _____ horns are required?
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Question 77 of 347
77. Question
Consider an institutional area which is 65 feet x 70 feet with a 10’ ceiling which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are ceiling mounted strobes. A total of _____ strobes rated at 60 cd are required?
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Question 78 of 347
78. Question
Consider an institutional area which is 65 feet x 70 feet with a 10’ ceiling which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are ceiling mounted strobes. A total of _____ strobes rated at 185 cd are required?
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Question 79 of 347
79. Question
Consider an institutional area which is 65 feet x 70 feet which requires the use of public mode horns. The horns produce 86 dBA at 10 feet. A total of _____ horns are required?
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Question 80 of 347
80. Question
Consider a mechanical room which is 30 feet x 30 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted strobes. A total of _____ strobes rated at 34 cd are required?
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Question 81 of 347
81. Question
Consider a mechanical room which is 20 feet x 30 feet which requires the use of public mode horns. The horns produce 100 dBA at 10 feet. A total of _____ horns are required.
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Question 82 of 347
82. Question
Consider a mercantile space which is 50 feet x 100 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted strobes. A total of _____ strobes rated at 94 cd are required?
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Question 83 of 347
83. Question
Consider a mercantile space which is 50 feet x 100 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted strobes. A total of _____ strobes rated at 375 cd are required?
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Question 84 of 347
84. Question
Consider a mercantile space which is 50 feet x 100 feet which requires the use of public mode horns. The horns produce 86 dBA at 10 feet. A total of _____ horns are required?
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Question 85 of 347
85. Question
Consider a storage space which is 100 feet x 300 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted strobes. A total of _____ strobes rated at 94 cd are required?
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Question 86 of 347
86. Question
Consider a storage space which is 100 feet x 300 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted strobes. A total of _____ strobe rated at 375 cd are required?
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Question 87 of 347
87. Question
Consider a storage space which is 100 feet x 300 feet which requires the use of public mode horns. The horns produce 86 dBA at 10 feet. A total of _____ horns are required?
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Question 88 of 347
88. Question
Consider a residential common area which is 30 feet x 50 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are ceiling mounted strobes. The ceiling is 10 feet AFF. A total of _____ strobes rated at 30 cd are required?
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Question 89 of 347
89. Question
Consider a residential common area which is 30 feet x 50 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are ceiling mounted strobes. The ceiling is 10 feet AFF. A total of _____ strobes rated at 95 cd are required?
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Question 90 of 347
90. Question
Consider a residential common area which is 30 feet x 50 feet which requires the use of public mode horns. The horns produce 86 dBA at 10 feet. A total of _____ horns are required?
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Question 91 of 347
91. Question
Consider an institutional area which is 20 feet x 30 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are ceiling mounted on a ceiling 20 feet AFF. A total of _____ strobe rated at 45 cd are required?
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Question 92 of 347
92. Question
Consider an institutional area which is 20 feet x 30 feet which requires the use of private mode horns. The horns produce 78 dBA at 10 feet. A total of _____ horns are required?
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Question 93 of 347
93. Question
Consider an institutional area which is 20 feet x 30 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted. A total of _____ strobes rated at 34 cd are required?
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Question 94 of 347
94. Question
Consider an institutional room which is 20 feet x 30 feet which requires the use of public mode horns. The horns produce 78 dBA at 10 feet. A total of _____ horns are required?
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Question 95 of 347
95. Question
Consider a corridor which is 20 feet x 100 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted. A total of _____ strobes rated at 15 cd are required?
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Question 96 of 347
96. Question
Consider an institutional corridor which is 20 feet x 100 feet which requires the use of public mode horns. The horns produce 86 dBA at 10 feet. A total of _____ horns are required?
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Question 97 of 347
97. Question
Consider a corridor which is 10 feet x 300 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted. A total of _____ strobes rated at 15 cd are required?
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Question 98 of 347
98. Question
Consider an institutional corridor which is 10 feet x 300 feet which requires the use of public mode horns. The horns produce 86 dBA at 10 feet. A total of _____ horns are required.
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Question 99 of 347
99. Question
Consider a sleeping area which is 15 feet x 20 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted above the bed at 26 inches down from the ceiling. A total of 1 strobe rated at _____ cd is required?
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Question 100 of 347
100. Question
Consider a sleeping area which is 15 feet x 20 feet which requires the use of strobes. The strobes are wall mounted above the bed at 23 inches down from the ceiling. A total of 1 strobe rated at _____ cd is required?
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Question 101 of 347
101. Question
Consider a sleeping area which is 15 feet x 20 feet which requires the use of public mode horns. The horns produce 86 dBA at 10 feet. A total of _____ horns are required?
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Question 102 of 347
102. Question
Where total coverage is required, detectors shall not be required below open grid ceilings where all of the following conditions exist _____? (Select Three))
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Question 103 of 347
103. Question
A fire alarm control unit for an apartment building is mounted in an electrical room with a 40° Celsius ambient temperature. Which of the following detectors would be appropriate to mount above the fire panel?
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Question 104 of 347
104. Question
Consider the use of protective covers for fire alarm system devices. Which of the following is true? (Select Three)
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Question 105 of 347
105. Question
Consider an office building with a manual fire alarm system where automatic detection is not required. The system has a fire alarm control unit, 3 notification appliance extenders remotely located in different areas of the building and a remote annunciator. How many smoke detectors are required for this system?
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Question 106 of 347
106. Question
During a site visit to a factory where a fire alarm system is being installed, you determine the annunciation for a floor area should be subdivided. According to NFPA 72, an area which exceeds _____ square feet should be subdivided for annunciation purposes?
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Question 107 of 347
107. Question
A building with the Use Group designation of Ambulatory Care is not equipped with a fire sprinkler system. Which of the following is required?
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Question 108 of 347
108. Question
Consider a foster care facility which provides care on a 24 hour basis for more than five persons. What is the correct Use Group designation?
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Question 109 of 347
109. Question
Consider a fire alarm system installed in a business occupancy. The sound measurement while in alarm, using a sound meter indicates 75 dBA inside the office area restroom with the door closed. According to design guidance listed in NFPA 72, a minimum sound level of _____ dB is required in the restroom?
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Question 110 of 347
110. Question
Consider a building which has recessed smoke detectors. Recessed smoke detectors are _____?
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Question 111 of 347
111. Question
Consider a fire alarm design for a facility which has 4 separate buildings that are each 2 stories. A fire sprinkler system with one riser is located in each building. The fire alarm system is interconnected between buildings and each building is provided with smoke detection. Based on this _____ waterflow devices are required according to the IBC?
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Question 112 of 347
112. Question
A fire alarm system design calls for a smoke detector to be used in an unsprinklered elevator hoistway for elevator recall. The design has already been approved by the AHJ, but you would like to use a heat detector instead. On what basis would you request this change?
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Question 113 of 347
113. Question
According to NFPA 72, when the occupant notification alarm signal deactivation means is actuated, then _____?
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Question 114 of 347
114. Question
A formula that indicates how effectively a company uses credit is known as _____?
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Question 115 of 347
115. Question
The Prompt Payment Act requires federal prime contractors to be paid within _____ days of submitting a progress payment invoice?
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Question 116 of 347
116. Question
Consider a level ceiling which is 14 feet AFF with beams which have a depth of 17 inches. According to NFPA 72, spot type smoke detectors shall be located on the ceiling in each beam pocket when the spacing of the beams is a minimum of _____ feet?
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Question 117 of 347
117. Question
When preparing to provide training to employees, which of the following training tools can help with improving the effectiveness of the training event?
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Question 118 of 347
118. Question
Consider an area which has 60 air changes per hour. The area is 30 feet x 40 feet with a smooth and level ceiling with a height of 12 feet AFF. The total number of smoke detectors required is _____?
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Question 119 of 347
119. Question
Which of the following Use Group classifications require the use of automatic smoke detection? (Select Three)
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Question 120 of 347
120. Question
Consider the installation of a fire alarm system in a mercantile occupancy. The audible notification appliances produce 82 dBA at 10 feet. The spacing for the audible appliances should be _____ feet based on design guidance?
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Question 121 of 347
121. Question
Which of the following locations would be used to test a waterflow device on a preaction sprinkler system?
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Question 122 of 347
122. Question
Consider the installation of a fire alarm system in a Use Group I3 which is equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system. Smoke detectors are not required in sleeping rooms with _____ or fewer occupants?
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Question 123 of 347
123. Question
Consider a set of design drawings. The drawings show a total standby load of 0.2 amps and alarm load of 1.8 amps with two 12 Volt, 7 Ah batteries. The building is a Use Group B with an occupant load of 400. The fire alarm system only has smoke detectors located in the storage area with a written narrative that the items stored there need detection capability. No other areas of the building have smoke detection. the drawings show an area which is 40 feet x 40 feet with 2 wall mounted horn strobes (set at 15 cd) rated at 76 milliamps and the horns have a sound pressure level of 87 dB at 10 feet. The NAC circuit is 218 feet total of 18 AWG (1K ft = 8 ohms) solid copper (FPLP). Based on this, the most likely reason the design drawings would be rejected is _____?
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Question 124 of 347
124. Question
According to NFPA 72, the recommended coded signal designation for the first floor is _____?
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125. Question
The formula for Markup is _____?
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126. Question
From a signal error detection perspective, reliability of the signal shall be achieved by _____? (Select Two)
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Question 127 of 347
127. Question
Bar chart scheduling may also be referred to as _____ scheduling?
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Question 128 of 347
128. Question
According to NFPA 72, duct smoke detectors should be located _____?
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Question 129 of 347
129. Question
When training the customer on the use of the fire alarm system, it is best to conduct the training with which of the following personnel?
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Question 130 of 347
130. Question
Consider a corridor which is 50 feet long and 10 feet wide. The corridor has one wall mounted strobe. The correct configuration for the strobe in this hallway is _____?
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Question 131 of 347
131. Question
Which detection device is not required to be monitored for integrity?
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Question 132 of 347
132. Question
An aerosol storage area fire alarm system design requires _____?
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Question 133 of 347
133. Question
Consider the use of performance based design for a fire alarm system. A person who has a stated objective for the performance of the fire alarm system is known as _____?
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Question 134 of 347
134. Question
Consider the installation of duct detectors located in concealed locations. A duct detector which is _____ shall not be required to be provided with a remote alarm indicator?
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Question 135 of 347
135. Question
Performance based design is primarily used to _____?
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Question 136 of 347
136. Question
Consider a Use Group R2 with 50 apartment units. _____ apartments are required to have the capability to support visible alarm notification appliances?
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Question 137 of 347
137. Question
The minimum mounting height for audible notification appliances is _____?
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Question 138 of 347
138. Question
Consider a building with a level ceiling which is 12 feet AFF. The building is an open floor plan with no partitions. The space is 120 feet x 120 feet. The ceiling has beams which are 18 inches in depth and 6 feet apart. The bid estimate charges $175 for each installed smoke detector. Based on this, the total cost for smoke detection is _____?
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Question 139 of 347
139. Question
According to the IBC, maximum mounting height for pull stations shall be _____?
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Question 140 of 347
140. Question
According to the IBC, a building which uses delayed egress locks is required to have _____?
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Question 141 of 347
141. Question
Consider a high rise building with an in building mass notification system. The system current requires 0.2 amps in quiescent mode and 10 amps with the system in alarm operation. The secondary requirement for the alarm load only is _____ Ah?
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Question 142 of 347
142. Question
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act prohibits discrimination against individuals who are age _____ or older?
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Question 143 of 347
143. Question
Consider a fire alarm system where an uninterruptible power supply is used as a primary power source. The system shall be configured in compliance with NFPA 111 for a Type O, Class 24, Level _____ system?
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Question 144 of 347
144. Question
A high rise building is defined as having an occupied floor located more than _____ feet above the lowest level of fire department access?
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145. Question
Consider the wiring between a fire alarm control panel and a power booster. When the length of the wire between the fire alarm control panel and the power booster is _____ feet or less, supervision is not required?
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Question 146 of 347
146. Question
The variables in a project that are interrelated and normally shown in a triangle, are Cost, Time and _____?
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Question 147 of 347
147. Question
Where a circuit breaker is the disconnecting means for the primary power of the fire alarm system, _____?
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Question 148 of 347
148. Question
A Group I1 occupancy has 100 rooms. Based on this, a total of _____ rooms are required to be provided with a visible alarm notification appliance activated by both the in room smoke alarm and the building fire alarm system?
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Question 149 of 347
149. Question
Consider a voice evacuation system installed in a Use Group A building. Where approved, the prerecorded message is allowed to be deactivated for a time period not to exceed _____ minutes for the sole purpose of allowing live voice announcements from an approved constantly attended location?
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Question 150 of 347
150. Question
According to the IBC, a Use Group B is required to have a manual fire alarm when the occupant load is _____ or more?
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Question 151 of 347
151. Question
Smoke detectors are appropriate for installation in environments which are _____? (Select Three)
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Question 152 of 347
152. Question
Exit marking audible notification appliances shall be positioned to ensure that they are clearly heard and produce the directional effects for _____ feet within an unobstructed egress path?
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Question 153 of 347
153. Question
The Family Medical Leave Act entitles employees to take up to _____ weeks of unpaid leave each year?
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Question 154 of 347
154. Question
Manual fire alarm boxes shall be mounted on each side of grouped openings over _____ feet in width?
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Question 155 of 347
155. Question
Activation of the fire alarm in Group A occupancies with an occupant load of _____ or more shall initiate a signal using an emergency voice/alarm communications system?
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Question 156 of 347
156. Question
The audible and visible supervisory signal at the control unit shall automatically reactivate every _____ hours or less until the supervisory signal conditions are restored to normal?
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Question 157 of 347
157. Question
Using the project chart below, which of the following items can be done simultaneously?
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Question 158 of 347
158. Question
According to the IBC, a Use Group S with low hazard materials is required to have _____?
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Question 159 of 347
159. Question
Consider a sprinklered building which contains both a Use Group I1 and I2 occupancy. They are considered separate occupancies if they are separated by _____ hour fire walls and barriers?
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Question 160 of 347
160. Question
Using the project chart below, what items must be completed before beginning item 4?
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Question 161 of 347
161. Question
Consider a space with a smooth and level ceiling which is 12 feet AFF. If a partition, as a minimum, extends to within _____ inches of the ceiling, then each space shall be considered separate rooms?
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Question 162 of 347
162. Question
Consider a project where the estimated labor cost is $25,205 and is budgeted for the installation crew of 4 technicians to be on site for 60 hours to complete. The contract requires at least one senior (NICET Level IV) technician on site at all times during installation. The labor cost for the NICET Level IV technician is $200 per hour. Based on this, _____ is left in the budget for non senior technicians?
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Question 163 of 347
163. Question
_____ is a required location for a two way communications system telephone station or jack? (Select Three)
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Question 164 of 347
164. Question
Consider a room which is 60 feet x 80 feet with a level ceiling 11 feet AFF. The ceiling has beams which run the 80 feet length of the room and project down 18 inches and spaced at 6 feet on center. The cost for each installed smoke detector is $225. Based on this, the total cost of smoke detectors in this room is _____?
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Question 165 of 347
165. Question
Consider the employer’s responsibilities in terms of OSHA training. It is not a requirement for OSHA training _____?
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Question 166 of 347
166. Question
Consider a building which has four corridors which are each 125 feet long and 10 feet wide. The ceilings are all smooth and level. The minimum number of spot type smoke detectors total for these areas is _____?
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Question 167 of 347
167. Question
According to the IBC, notification for a newly installed fire alarm system is required to include _____?
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Question 168 of 347
168. Question
Consider the installation of fire protection equipment in a high rise building. The equipment is required to include _____? (Select Three)
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Question 169 of 347
169. Question
Consider a covered shopping mall with four stories and 200,000 square feet with an atrium in the center. Which of the following is not a requirement for the fire alarm system?
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Question 170 of 347
170. Question
The maximum number of supervisory initiating devices permitted to be connected to a single initiating device circuit shall not exceed _____?
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Question 171 of 347
171. Question
Consider a new data center with raised floors for distribution of all power and networking cabling. The project specifications require spot type smoke detectors be installed under the raised floor. The spacing for these spot type smoke detectors shall be _____ feet?
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Question 172 of 347
172. Question
Consider a fire alarm system for a new hotel. The fire alarm system uses a DACT to communicate to the supervising station. A _____ is not acceptable for use as the secondary means of communication?
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Question 173 of 347
173. Question
The minimum intensity for a wall mounted visible notification appliance in a sleeping room that is installed at 18 inches below the ceiling is _____ cd?
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Question 174 of 347
174. Question
According to the IBC, a fire alarm system which employs automatic detection or waterflow, shall have at least one ______?
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Question 175 of 347
175. Question
According to the IBC, as a minimum, Use Group _____ requires the use of a voice evacuation system?
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Question 176 of 347
176. Question
Consider an existing Use Group A occupancy that is being used for a church. The church is being remodeled and the fire alarm system is being replaced. The existing fire alarm system has audible notification appliances only. Based on this, _____ require the installation of visible notification appliances?
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Question 177 of 347
177. Question
An employee makes inappropriate comments to a coworker. The offending employee has been reprimanded previously for the same behavior. What action would be most appropriate?
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Question 178 of 347
178. Question
Consider a fire alarm system employing a DACT. The failure of either channel shall send a trouble signal on the other channel within 4 minutes. In addition, the failure of either channel shall indicate visible and audible signals at the fire alarm control unit within _____ seconds?
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Question 179 of 347
179. Question
An employee returns from an extended leave to serve in the National Guard. A person was hired to fill the position which was left open during the absence. The employer is required to _____?
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Question 180 of 347
180. Question
Consider a DACT which only communicates when the facility phones are not in use. When the facility phones are in use the fire alarm signal is blocked. The most likely issue is _____?
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Question 181 of 347
181. Question
The Miller Act requires that performance and payment bonds be obtained for all government projects over _____?
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Question 182 of 347
182. Question
The _____ basis for accounting is focused on when the sales are made, not when the cash is received. This type of accounting is typical for larger companies and provides an easy method for assigning purchase orders by job?
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Question 183 of 347
183. Question
Consider a Class A signaling line circuit. An addressable pull station is “T” tapped. When the pull station is disconnected from the circuit, no trouble signal is generated. The most likely issue is _____?
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Question 184 of 347
184. Question
Consider a warehouse which has a smooth and level ceiling 16 feet AFF. Based on this ceiling height, smoke detector spacing should be _____ feet?
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Question 185 of 347
185. Question
Consider a building which is deep underground. Such a building shall be equipped with a manual fire alarm system throughout, including an emergency voice/alarm communication system where the lowest level of the structure is more than _____ feet below the finished floor of the lowest level of exit discharge?
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Question 186 of 347
186. Question
Consider a warehouse with a heat detection system using devices rated for 135 degrees. Throughout the summer months, the system has multiple false alarms. On a typical summer afternoon, the temperature at the ceiling is 120 degrees. The most likely issue causing the false alarms is _____?
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Question 187 of 347
187. Question
Consider a Use Group F facility that is located in a remote area. The facility processes minerals. The building has a fire alarm system and a generator for a backup power source. The facility is located 5 hours from the closest fuel supply. Based on this, the fuel requirements for the generator are secondary capacity requirements plus _____ months of testing?
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Question 188 of 347
188. Question
Consider an occupancy which is one room and has a level ceiling 15 feet AFF. The ceiling has beams which project down 12 inches and are spaced at 4 feet on center. The size of the room is 200 feet x 240 feet. Based on this, a total of _____ spot type smoke detectors are required?
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Question 189 of 347
189. Question
Turnkey services include _____, which is not included in design/build services?
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Question 190 of 347
190. Question
Consider a room which 44 feet x 44 feet with a ceiling height of 12 feet AFF which requires the installation of visible notification appliances. In order to provide proper coverage, _____ visible appliances would be most appropriate?
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Question 191 of 347
191. Question
Statistically, properly trained employees require 25% less time on the job to complete installation work. Based on labor costs of $100 per hour and an employee works 2,000 man hours per year, the annual cost savings for having properly trained employees is _____?
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Question 192 of 347
192. Question
Consider a proprietary supervising station fire alarm system. Upon activation of a trouble signal, a runner shall arrive on site within _____ hours?
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Question 193 of 347
193. Question
According to the IBC, a single waterflow detection device shall serve no more than _____ floors?
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Question 194 of 347
194. Question
Consider a Use Group F occupancy. A manual fire alarm system is required for which of the following situations?
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Question 195 of 347
195. Question
Consider a Use Group H facility. A manual fire alarm system is required for occupancies which manufacture _____?
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Question 196 of 347
196. Question
Consider an elevator with a travel speed of 10 seconds per floor. The building has 10 floors. NFPA 72 permits a delay upon activation of the heat detector used for elevator shutdown. If the elevator happens to be located on the 6th floor, the permitted delay should be _____ seconds?
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Question 197 of 347
197. Question
Consider a Use Group B occupancy. An automatic smoke detection system is required when _____? (Select Two)
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Question 198 of 347
198. Question
Level 3 pathways shall _____?
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Question 199 of 347
199. Question
Consider a new office building which has a corridor 15 feet wide that requires the installation of visible notification appliances. Visible notification appliances specifically used for this application may have a pulse duration up to _____ milliseconds?
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Question 200 of 347
200. Question
Consider a shed type ceiling. Smoke detectors shall be spaced and located within _____ inches of the high side of the ceiling measured horizontally?
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Question 201 of 347
201. Question
Consider a Use Group M occupancy. A manual fire alarm system is required for with of the following situations?
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Question 202 of 347
202. Question
According to the IBC, ionization smoke alarms shall not be installed less than _____ feet from a permanently installed cooking appliance?
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Question 203 of 347
203. Question
Consider the requirements for Central Station Service Alarm Systems. The central station shall notify the AHJ and the subscriber when sprinkler systems have been wholly or partially out of service for _____ hours?
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Question 204 of 347
204. Question
According to NFPA 72, the distance between smoke detectors shall not exceed a nominal spacing of 30 feet. For the purposes of this code requirement, “nominal” should be determined to be 30 feet ± _____ inches?
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Question 205 of 347
205. Question
_____ insurance covers the loss of tools and equipment?
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Question 206 of 347
206. Question
NFPA 72 provides general information on the performance based design process. Step 6 of performance based design relates to _____?
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Question 207 of 347
207. Question
A construction contractor who employs others is required to post a copy of OSHA form _____ each year?
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Question 208 of 347
208. Question
Consider an in building mass notification system. According to NFPA 72 guidance for the warning message, the structure for short messages should be _____?
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Question 209 of 347
209. Question
The NFPA 72 standard which should be used for periodic testing of the supervisory signaling devices while testing the water based sprinkler system is _____?
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Question 210 of 347
210. Question
Consider a Use Group R2 which is a single story with 6 dwellings, 3 exits and an automatic sprinkler system which activates the notification appliances upon waterflow. A total of _____ pull stations are required?
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Question 211 of 347
211. Question
Consider a special amusement occupancy. In the event that a smoke detector with alarm verification activates, the system response is required to include illumination of the means of egress with a light not less than _____ lux at the walking surface level?
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Question 212 of 347
212. Question
A manual fire alarm system that activates the occupant notification system shall be installed for Group _____ occupancies and occupancies used for the manufacture of organic coatings?
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Question 213 of 347
213. Question
Consider the loading capacity of a two way RF multiplex system used as a communications method employed by a supervising station. The capacity of a system unit shall be permitted to be unlimited if the signal receiving equipment is duplicated and can be switched over in not more than _____ seconds?
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Question 214 of 347
214. Question
Consider a building with 4 floors and multiple basements. The recommended coded signal designation for the 3rd floor is _____?
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Question 215 of 347
215. Question
Consider a level ceiling where beam depth is 15 inches, beam spacing is 60 inches on center, and the ceiling height is 12 feet AFF. Based on this, spot type smoke detectors shall be installed _____?
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Question 216 of 347
216. Question
A _____ bond guarantees no defects in workmanship or material will appear for a stated period?
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Question 217 of 347
217. Question
Buildings and structures that pose a detonation hazard according to the IBC, are classified as _____?
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Question 218 of 347
218. Question
Consider a 3 story building with an elevator where the building does not have a fire alarm system. Based on this _____?
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Question 219 of 347
219. Question
According to the IBC, a covered mall requires an emergency voice/alarm communications system for buildings which exceed _____ square meters?
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Question 220 of 347
220. Question
Consider a project with direct costs of $12,500 and a price to the customer of $14,705.88. Based on this, the margin is _____%
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Question 221 of 347
221. Question
Consider a fire alarm system which employs positive alarm sequence. Trained personnel shall have an alarm investigation phase of up to _____ seconds?
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Question 222 of 347
222. Question
Consider a Use Group R2 which requires the installation of a fire alarm system. The building has 51 units. Based on this, _____ units shall be provided with the capability to support visible alarm notification appliances?
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Question 223 of 347
223. Question
Consider a return air system which requires detectors in the ducts. The width of the common return air duct is 72 inches. Based on this width, _____ detectors should be installed?
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Question 224 of 347
224. Question
Which of the following are considered contracting methods? (Select Three)
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Question 225 of 347
225. Question
Consider a room which is 20 feet x 64 feet with a ceiling height of 12 feet AFF. The most appropriate configuration for ceiling mounted strobes is _____?
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Question 226 of 347
226. Question
Consider a fire alarm system connected to a LAN. Individual segment pathways are not required to be monitored. Supervision is accomplished by end to end communication. This description applies to a Class _____ circuit?
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Question 227 of 347
227. Question
Consider the use of horns and wall mounted strobes in a college classroom which is 50 feet x 75 feet with an occupant load of 165. Each horn produces 87 dBA at 10 feet and draws 50 milliamps. The strobes are set at 60 cd and draw 100 milliamps. Combination devices are not used in this application. The total current draw in alarm for the notification appliance circuit is _____ milliamps?
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Question 228 of 347
228. Question
A specific growth curve which reaches 1055 KW in less than 75 seconds is considered to be _____?
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Question 229 of 347
229. Question
The Aweighted scale falls within typical human hearing. The frequency range of the Aweighted scale is _____ Hz?
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Question 230 of 347
230. Question
Consider a fire alarm system which includes a monitored control panel with 2 sealed lead acid batteries, 20 smoke detectors, 5 pull stations, 1 waterflow device, 2 control valve switches, 8 strobes and 3 horns. The fire alarm equipment for this application which requires the most frequent inspections is _____?
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Question 231 of 347
231. Question
When installing visible appliances, it is acceptable to use the room spacing charts in NFPA 72 or alternative designs which delivers a minimum illumination of _____ lumens/square feet?
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Question 232 of 347
232. Question
Consider a Use Group S1 occupancy which is used for the storage of upholstered furniture. An automatic sprinkler system shall be provided throughout where the fire area exceeds _____ square feet?
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Question 233 of 347
233. Question
Which of the following materials has the fastest fire growth time?
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Question 234 of 347
234. Question
Consider the ANSI S3.41 audible notification signal (Temporal 3). The amount of time required to complete a total cycle lasts for _____ seconds?
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Question 235 of 347
235. Question
Consider a Use Group A with an occupant load of 350. The building has a video security system and access control system with delayed egress locks. Based on this, the building is required to have a fire alarm system with _____?
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Question 236 of 347
236. Question
Consider the testing requirements of a restorable fixed temperature spot type heat detector. At least 2 detectors on each circuit shall be tested annually. Different detectors shall be tested each year. All detectors shall have been tested within _____ years?
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Question 237 of 347
237. Question
Consider a Use Group A1 occupancy which is located at the level of exit discharge. A fire sprinkler system is required for this Use Group when the fire area exceeds _____ square feet?
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Question 238 of 347
238. Question
A doorway consisting of 2 separate doors spaced 22 inches apart requires door release service. The smoke detectors shall be located _____?
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239. Question
In areas with high air movement, special consideration is required for the location and spacing of smoke detectors. Consider an area with 15 air changes per hour. The spacing which should be used is _____ square feet?
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Question 240 of 347
240. Question
Consider a Use Group S which is 20,000 square feet with low hazard materials. This facility is required to have _____?
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Question 241 of 347
241. Question
Consider a spot type heat detector with a listed spacing of 30 feet. For a ceiling which is smooth and level at 22 feet AFF, a spacing of _____ feet should be used for the heat detectors?
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Question 242 of 347
242. Question
Consider a corridor which is 250 feet long and 20 feet wide. What is the minimum number of smoke detectors required to adequately cover this space?
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Question 243 of 347
243. Question
Consider a corridor which is 10 feet wide and 130 feet long. When installing strobes in this corridor, the minimum requirements are _____ set at 15 cd are required?
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244. Question
In project management, the basis for the _____ is Assets = Liabilities + Owner’s Equity?
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245. Question
The wavelength range for ultraviolet radiation is _____ microns?
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Question 246 of 347
246. Question
A manual fire alarm system is required for a Use Group F occupancy when _____?
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Question 247 of 347
247. Question
Consider a Use Group I1 occupancy. Smoke detection in habitable spaces is not required where the facility is equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system. This applies to _____ occupancies?
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Question 248 of 347
248. Question
Radiant energy sensing fire detectors shall be employed consistent with _____?
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249. Question
A method used to meet a building owner’s objective for cost, quality and time is _____?
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Question 250 of 347
250. Question
Consider a special amusement occupancy. Upon activation of the automatic sprinkler system a specific system response is required. The system shall automatically cause the illumination of the means of egress with light of not less than _____ footcandles at the walking surface level?
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Question 251 of 347
251. Question
The correct formula to determine a 15% markup is _____?
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Question 252 of 347
252. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet with a level ceiling which is 15 feet AFF. This space requires the installation of heat detectors and the selected devices have a listed spacing of 50 feet. The ceiling has joists which run the 150 foot length of the room and project 6 inches down from the ceiling and are spaced at 2 feet. Based on this a total of _____ heat detectors are required?
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Question 253 of 347
253. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet with a peaked ceiling where the peak is in the center of the 100 length of the room. The low side is 10 feet AFF and 17 feet AFF at the peak . This space requires the installation of heat detectors and the selected devices have a listed spacing of 50 feet. Based on this a total of _____ heat detectors are required?
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Question 254 of 347
254. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet with a level ceiling which is 15 feet AFF. This space requires the installation of smoke detectors. Air movement in this room is 8 minutes per air change. The ceiling has beams which run the 100 foot length of the room and project 18 inches down from the ceiling and are spaced at 2 feet. Based on this a total of _____ smoke detectors are required?
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Question 255 of 347
255. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet. This space requires the installation of smoke detectors. This ceiling is peaked with the peak centered and runs the 150 foot length of the room. The low side is 10 feet AFF and the height at the peak is 17 feet. The ceiling has beams which run the 100 foot length of the room and project 12 inches down from the ceiling and are spaced at 2 feet. Based on this a total of _____ smoke detectors are required?
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Question 256 of 347
256. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet with a peaked ceiling which runs the 150 foot length of the room and is centered. The low side is 10 feet AFF and the height at the peak is 17 feet AFF. This space requires the installation of heat detectors and the selected devices have a listed spacing of 50 feet. The ceiling has joists which run the 150 foot length of the room and project 6 inches down from the ceiling and are spaced at 2 feet. Based on this a total of _____ heat detectors are required?
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Question 257 of 347
257. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet. This space requires the installation of smoke detectors. This ceiling is peaked with the peak centered and runs the 150 foot length of the room. The low side is 10 feet AFF and the height at the peak is 17 feet. The ceiling has beams which run the 100 foot length of the room and project 18 inches down from the ceiling and are spaced at 2 feet. This room is considered a high air movement area with 5 minutes per air change. Based on this a total of _____ smoke detectors are required?
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Question 258 of 347
258. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet used for assembly purposes. The room requires the installation of wall mounted horns and strobes. The horns produce 88 dB at 10 feet. Based on this a total of _____ horn / strobes set at 95 cd and _____ strobes set at 95 cd are required?
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Question 259 of 347
259. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet used for business purposes. The room requires the installation of wall mounted horns and strobes. The horns produce 87 dB at 10 feet. Based on this a total of _____ horn / strobes set at 95 cd are required?
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Question 260 of 347
260. Question
Consider a college classroom building which is 100 feet x 150 feet and has 5 classrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1 corridor. Each classroom is 40 feet x 50 feet. The bathrooms are each 40 feet x 25 feet. The corridor is 20 feet x 150 feet. The building requires the installation of wall mounted horns and strobes. Each classroom door is made out of solid wood with thick glass. When the classroom door is closed, it presents a 30 dB barrier to sound. The horns produce 88 dB at 10 feet. Based on this, a total of _____ horn / strobes set at 95 cd are required to provide notification for the classrooms?
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Question 261 of 347
261. Question
Consider a college classroom building which is 100 feet x 150 feet and has 5 classrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1 corridor. Each classroom is 40 feet x 50 feet. The bathrooms are each 40 feet x 25 feet. The corridor is 20 feet x 150 feet. The building requires the installation of wall mounted horns and strobes. Each classroom door is made out of solid wood with thick glass. When the classroom door is closed, it presents a 30 dB barrier to sound. The horns produce 88 dB at 10 feet. Based on this, a total of _____ strobes set at 75 cd are required to provide notification for the bathrooms?
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Question 262 of 347
262. Question
Consider a college classroom building which is 100 feet x 150 feet and has 5 classrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1 corridor. Each classroom is 40 feet x 50 feet. The bathrooms are each 40 feet x 25 feet. The corridor is 20 feet x 150 feet. The building requires the installation of wall mounted horns and strobes. Each classroom door is made out of solid wood with thick glass. When the classroom door is closed, it presents a 30 dB barrier to sound. The horns produce 88 dB at 10 feet. Based on this, a total of _____ horn/strobes and _____ strobes set at 15 cd are required to provide notification for the corridor?
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Question 263 of 347
263. Question
Consider a wing of a hotel which has 12 sleeping rooms per floor and 5 floors (60 sleeping rooms). Each floor has a corridor which is 10 feet wide and 300 feet long. The sleeping rooms are 30 feet x 30 feet square. The building requires the installation of wall mounted horns and strobes. The horns produce 88 dB at 10 feet. All sleeping rooms require low frequency horns. Based on this, the sleeping rooms that require low frequency sounder / strobes is _____?
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Question 264 of 347
264. Question
Consider a wing of a hotel which has 12 sleeping rooms per floor and 5 floors. Each floor has a corridor which is 10 feet wide and 300 feet long. The sleeping rooms are 30 feet x 30 feet square. The building requires the installation of wall mounted horns and strobes. The horns produce 88 dB at 10 feet. Based on this, the sleeping rooms require a total of _____ rooms with a low frequency sounder only (no strobe)?
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Question 265 of 347
265. Question
Consider a wing of a hotel which has 12 sleeping rooms per floor and 5 floors. Each floor has a corridor which is 10 feet wide and 300 feet long. The sleeping rooms are 30 feet x 30 feet square. The building requires the installation of wall mounted horns and strobes. The horns produce 88 dB at 10 feet. Based on this, each corridor requires a total of _____ horns to meet the minimum audible notification requirements?
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Question 266 of 347
266. Question
Consider a wing of a hotel which has 12 sleeping rooms per floor and 5 floors. Each floor has a corridor which is 10 feet wide and 300 feet long. The sleeping rooms are 30 feet x 30 feet square. The building requires the installation of wall mounted horns and strobes. The horns produce 88 dB at 10 feet. Based on this, each corridor requires a total of _____ strobes to meet the minimum visible notification requirements?
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Question 267 of 347
267. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet used for assembly purposes. The room requires the installation of wall mounted speakers and strobes. The speakers produce 82 dB at 10 feet when tapped at the ¼ watt setting. Based on this a total of _____ speakers tapped at 1 watt are required?
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Question 268 of 347
268. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet used for assembly purposes. The room requires the installation of wall mounted speakers and strobes. The speakers produce 82 dB at 10 feet when tapped at the ¼ watt setting. Based on this a total of _____ speakers tapped at 2 watts are required?
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Question 269 of 347
269. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet used for assembly purposes. The room requires the installation of wall mounted speakers and strobes. The speakers produce 82 dB at 10 feet when tapped at the ¼ watt setting. Based on this a total of _____ speakers tapped at 1/2 watt are required?
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Question 270 of 347
270. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet used for assembly purposes. The room requires the installation of wall mounted speakers and strobes. The speakers produce 82 dB at 10 feet when tapped at the ¼ watt setting. Based on this a total of _____ speakers tapped at 1/4 watt are required?
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Question 271 of 347
271. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet used for assembly purposes. The room requires the installation of wall mounted speakers and strobes. The speakers produce 82 dB at 10 feet when tapped at the ¼ watt setting. Based on this a total of _____ speakers tapped at 1/8 watt are required?
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Question 272 of 347
272. Question
Consider a room which is 100 feet x 150 feet used for assembly purposes. The room requires the installation of wall mounted speakers and strobes. The speakers produce 82 dB at 10 feet when tapped at the ¼ watt setting. Based on this a total of _____ strobes set at 95 cd are required?
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Question 273 of 347
273. Question
Consider an educational wing of a school building which is 100 feet x 150 feet and has 5 classrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1 corridor. Each classroom is 40 feet x 50 feet. The bathrooms are each 40 feet x 25 feet. The corridor is 20 feet x 150 feet. The building requires the installation of wall mounted speakers and strobes. Each classroom door is made out of solid wood with thick glass. When the classroom door is closed, it presents a 30 dB barrier to sound. The speakers produce 77 dB at 10 feet when tapped at ¼ watt. Based on this, each classroom should have _____ speakers tapped at 1/4 watt?
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Question 274 of 347
274. Question
Consider an educational wing of a school building which is 100 feet x 150 feet and has 5 classrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1 corridor. Each classroom is 40 feet x 50 feet. The bathrooms are each 40 feet x 25 feet. The corridor is 20 feet x 150 feet. The building requires the installation of wall mounted speakers and strobes. Each classroom door is made out of solid wood with thick glass. When the classroom door is closed, it presents a 30 dB barrier to sound. The speakers produce 77 dB at 10 feet when tapped at ¼ watt. Based on this, each classroom should have _____ speakers tapped at 1/2 watt?
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Question 275 of 347
275. Question
Consider an educational wing of a school building which is 100 feet x 150 feet and has 5 classrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1 corridor. Each classroom is 40 feet x 50 feet. The bathrooms are each 40 feet x 25 feet. The corridor is 20 feet x 150 feet. The building requires the installation of wall mounted speakers and strobes. Each classroom door is made out of solid wood with thick glass. When the classroom door is closed, it presents a 30 dB barrier to sound. The speakers produce 77 dB at 10 feet when tapped at ¼ watt. Based on this, each classroom should have _____ speakers tapped at 1 watt?
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Question 276 of 347
276. Question
Consider an educational wing of a school building which is 100 feet x 150 feet and has 5 classrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1 corridor. Each classroom is 40 feet x 50 feet. The bathrooms are each 40 feet x 25 feet. The corridor is 20 feet x 150 feet. The building requires the installation of wall mounted speakers and strobes. Each classroom door is made out of solid wood with thick glass. When the classroom door is closed, it presents a 30 dB barrier to sound. The speakers produce 77 dB at 10 feet when tapped at ¼ watt. Based on this, each bathroom should have _____ wall mounted strobes set at 75 cd?
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Question 277 of 347
277. Question
Consider an educational wing of a school building which is 100 feet x 150 feet and has 5 classrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1 corridor. Each classroom is 40 feet x 50 feet. The bathrooms are each 40 feet x 25 feet. The corridor is 20 feet x 150 feet. The building requires the installation of wall mounted speakers and strobes. Each classroom door is made out of solid wood with thick glass. When the classroom door is closed, it presents a 30 dB barrier to sound. The speakers produce 77 dB at 10 feet when tapped at ¼ watt. Based on this, the corridor should have _____ wall mounted strobes set at 15 cd?
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Question 278 of 347
278. Question
Consider an educational wing of a school building which is 100 feet x 150 feet and has 5 classrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1 corridor. Each classroom is 40 feet x 50 feet. The bathrooms are each 40 feet x 25 feet. The corridor is 20 feet x 150 feet. The building requires the installation of wall mounted speakers and strobes. Each classroom door is made out of solid wood with thick glass. When the classroom door is closed, it presents a 30 dB barrier to sound. The speakers produce 77 dB at 10 feet when tapped at ¼ watt. Based on this, the corridor should have _____ speakers tapped at 1/4 watt?
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Question 279 of 347
279. Question
Consider a remote station fire alarm system which requires 0.25 amps in normal operation and 2 amps in alarm. Based on this, the most appropriate battery size is _____ Ah?
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Question 280 of 347
280. Question
Consider a remote station fire alarm system which requires 0.25 amps in normal operation and 4 amps in alarm. Based on this, the most appropriate battery size is _____ Ah?
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Question 281 of 347
281. Question
Consider a remote station fire alarm system which requires 0.25 amps in normal operation and 6 amps in alarm. Based on this, the most appropriate battery size is _____ Ah?
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Question 282 of 347
282. Question
Consider a remote station fire alarm system which requires 0.5 amps in normal operation and 2 amps in alarm. Based on this, the most appropriate battery size is _____ Ah?
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Question 283 of 347
283. Question
Consider a remote station fire alarm system which requires 0.75 amps in normal operation and 2 amps in alarm. Based on this, the most appropriate battery size is _____ Ah?
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Question 284 of 347
284. Question
Consider a voice evacuation system which requires 0.25 amps in normal operation and 2 amps in alarm. Based on this, the most appropriate battery size is _____ Ah?
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Question 285 of 347
285. Question
Consider a voice evacuation system which requires 0.25 amps in normal operation and 4 amps in alarm. Based on this, the most appropriate battery size is _____ Ah?
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Question 286 of 347
286. Question
Consider a voice evacuation system which requires 0.25 amps in normal operation and 6 amps in alarm. Based on this, the most appropriate battery size is _____ Ah?
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Question 287 of 347
287. Question
Consider a room with a smooth and level ceiling which is 15 feet AFF. Heat detectors with a listed spacing of 50 feet are used to provide automatic detection. Based on this, the maximum distance from the sidewall to the first row of ceiling mounted detectors is _____ feet?
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Question 288 of 347
288. Question
Consider a room with a smooth and level ceiling which is 10 feet AFF. Heat detectors with a listed spacing of 50 feet are used to provide automatic detection. Based on this, the maximum distance from the sidewall to the first row of ceiling mounted detectors is _____ feet?
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Question 289 of 347
289. Question
Consider a room with a smooth and level ceiling which is 18 feet AFF. Heat detectors with a listed spacing of 50 feet are used to provide automatic detection. Based on this, the maximum distance from the sidewall to the first row of ceiling mounted detectors is _____ feet?
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Question 290 of 347
290. Question
Consider a room with a smooth and level ceiling which is 20 feet AFF. Heat detectors with a listed spacing of 50 feet are used to provide automatic detection. Based on this, the maximum distance from the sidewall to the first row of ceiling mounted detectors is _____ feet?
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Question 291 of 347
291. Question
Consider a corridor which is 10 feet wide x 300 feet long with a smooth and level ceiling. The minimum number of smoke detectors required to cover this space is _____?
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Question 292 of 347
292. Question
Consider a corridor which is 15 feet wide x 300 feet long with a smooth and level ceiling. The minimum number of smoke detectors required to cover this space is _____?
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Question 293 of 347
293. Question
Consider a corridor which is 20 feet wide x 300 feet long with a smooth and level ceiling. The minimum number of smoke detectors required to cover this space is _____?
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Question 294 of 347
294. Question
Consider a corridor which is 25 feet wide x 300 feet long with a smooth and level ceiling. The minimum number of smoke detectors required to cover this space is _____?
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Question 295 of 347
295. Question
Consider a room which has 1 air change per minute. Based on this, the spacing per detector is _____ square feet?
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Question 296 of 347
296. Question
Consider a room which has 2 air change per minute. Based on this, the spacing per detector is _____ square feet?
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Question 297 of 347
297. Question
Consider a room which has 3 air change per minute. Based on this, the spacing per detector is _____ square feet?
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Question 298 of 347
298. Question
Consider a room which has 4 air change per minute. Based on this, the spacing per detector is _____ square feet?
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Question 299 of 347
299. Question
Consider a room which has 5 air change per minute. Based on this, the spacing per detector is _____ square feet?
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Question 300 of 347
300. Question
Consider a room which has 6 air change per minute. Based on this, the spacing per detector is _____ square feet?
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Question 301 of 347
301. Question
Consider a room which has 7 air change per minute. Based on this, the spacing per detector is _____ square feet?
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Question 302 of 347
302. Question
Consider a room which has 8 air change per minute. Based on this, the spacing per detector is _____ square feet?
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Question 303 of 347
303. Question
What type of bond guarantees the contractor will complete a project on time?
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