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Question 1 of 73
1. 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 2 of 73
2. 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 3 of 73
3. 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 4 of 73
4. 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 5 of 73
5. 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 6 of 73
6. 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 7 of 73
7. 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 8 of 73
8. 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 9 of 73
9. 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 10 of 73
10. 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 11 of 73
11. 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 12 of 73
12. 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 13 of 73
13. 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 14 of 73
14. 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 15 of 73
15. 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 16 of 73
16. 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 17 of 73
17. 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 18 of 73
18. 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 19 of 73
19. 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 20 of 73
20. 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 21 of 73
21. 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 22 of 73
22. 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 23 of 73
23. 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 24 of 73
24. 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 25 of 73
25. 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 26 of 73
26. 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 27 of 73
27. 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 28 of 73
28. 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 29 of 73
29. 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 30 of 73
30. 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 31 of 73
31. 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 32 of 73
32. 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 33 of 73
33. 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 34 of 73
34. 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 35 of 73
35. 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 36 of 73
36. 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 37 of 73
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 73
38. 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 39 of 73
39. 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 40 of 73
40. 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 41 of 73
41. 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 42 of 73
42. 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 43 of 73
43. 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 44 of 73
44. 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 45 of 73
45. 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 46 of 73
46. 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 47 of 73
47. 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 48 of 73
48. 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 49 of 73
49. 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 50 of 73
50. 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 51 of 73
51. 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 52 of 73
52. 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 53 of 73
53. 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 54 of 73
54. 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 55 of 73
55. 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 56 of 73
56. 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 57 of 73
57. 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 58 of 73
58. 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 59 of 73
59. 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 60 of 73
60. 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 61 of 73
61. 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 62 of 73
62. 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 63 of 73
63. 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 64 of 73
64. 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 65 of 73
65. 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 66 of 73
66. 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 67 of 73
67. 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 68 of 73
68. 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 69 of 73
69. 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 70 of 73
70. 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 71 of 73
71. 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 72 of 73
72. 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 73 of 73
73. 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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