Electronics and Quality
Electronics and Quality

Electronics and Quality

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A question pack on electronics, quality, lean manufacturing and OSHA safety by Mount Wachusett Community College.

Electronics Q1

What is the value of this resistor?

A

23 Ω ± 10%

B

230 Ω ± 10%

C

2300 Ω ± 10%

D

23000 Ω ± 10%

E

I don’t know.

Electronics Q2

Convert the following value to the correct metric prefix: 4500 ohms = ______________ K ohms.

A

4.5K ohms

B

45K ohms

C

450K ohms

D

4500K ohms

E

I don’t know.

Electronics Q3

Convert the following value to the correct metric prefix: 15 m amps = ______________ amps

A

.0015 amps

B

.015 amps

C

.15 amps

D

1.5 amps

E

I don’t know.

Electronics Q4

How many electrons in the outer shell of a conductor (copper)?

A

1

B

4

C

6

D

8

E

I don’t know.

Electronics Q5

How many electrons in the outer shell of a semiconductor (carbon)?

A

1

B

4

C

6

D

8

E

I don’t know.

Electronics Q6

How many electrons in the outer shell of an insulator (plastic)?

A

1

B

4

C

6

D

8

E

I don’t know.

Electronics Q7

Before you use a meter (DMM) to test a circuit with an unknown voltage, you should put the meter on the:

A

highest voltage range on the meter (DMM).

B

lowest voltage range.

C

ohms (Ω) range.

D

None of the above.

E

I don’t know.

Quality Q8

In calculating the Cost of Quality, which of the following is an example of an internal failure cost?

A

process planning

B

raw material receipt

C

reworking product

D

warranty

E

I don't know.

Quality Q9

Which of the following documents used in a quality system contains the least amount of instruction?

A

Policies

B

Procedures

C

test methods

D

work instructions

E

I don’t know.

Quality Q10

The mandatory quality system for a medical device manufacturer is:

A

21CFR Part 211

B

21CFR Part 820

C

ISO 9001: 2008

D

ISO 13485: 2003

E

I don’t know.

Quality Q11

Which of the following is an example of good documentation practices (GDP)?

A

blank spaces on test sheets

B

data entry signed and dated

C

rewriting data from one form to another

D

using a signature stamp

E

I don’t know.

Quality Q12

Quality is determined by:

A

customer expectations.

B

designer features.

C

manufacturing requirements.

D

the price of the product or service.

E

I don’t know.

Quality Q13

What does a "value-added operation" mean?

A

adding something the customer is not expecting

B

an increase in the price of a product

C

an operation that is expensive to perform

D

something the customer is willing to pay for

E

I don’t know.

Lean Manufacturing Q14

A "pull" manufacturing system is a production system that:

A

is powered by rope.

B

is similar to the system that Henry Ford invented.

C

only makes product to actual demand.

D

pulls product off the line into QC stations for quality control.

E

I don’t know.

Lean Manufacturing Q15

When first looking to find ways to improve in a production environment, it is critical to:

A

attend the plant's safety training.

B

go and see the reality on the floor, where the action is.

C

review the company's quarterly report.

D

rifle through the trash bins to see what's been scrapped.

E

I don’t know.

Lean Manufacturing Q16

For a manufacturer not doing Lean Manufacturing, what percent of time (on average) is spent doing something productive to the materials from the time raw materials arrive on the in-dock to the time goods are shipped from the out-dock?

A

less than 5%

B

5%-25%

C

25%-50%

D

greater than 50%

E

I don’t know.

OSHA Safety Q17

Per OSHA standards, when do you need to have a guardrail to protect against a fall at work?

A

at heights of 2 feet or greater

B

at heights of 4 feet or greater

C

at heights of 8 feet or greater

D

at heights of 10 feet or greater

E

I don’t know.

OSHA Safety Q18

Humans are very good conductors of electricity, but what makes us even more conductive?

A

Humidity

B

Sweat

C

Water

D

All of these

E

I don’t know.

OSHA Safety Q19

Who is permitted to perform LO/TO and service or perform maintenance work on a machine?

A

all employees

B

all licensed electricians

C

maintenance department

D

only trained employees (called "authorized" employees)

E

I don’t know.

OSHA Safety Q20

What are two of the most important things to remember whenever using any machines?

A

Always wear gloves and a hair net.

B

Read the user guide and then document that you have done so.

C

Use according to its design and only if you are properly trained.

D

Use until it shows signs that it needs maintenance and then fix it.

E

I don’t know.

OSHA Safety Q21

By law your employer must provide and pay for most PPE except for the following?

A

arm guards against burns

B

regular work boots

C

safety glasses

D

work gloves

E

I don’t know.

OSHA Safety Q22

What is the #1 killer across all workplaces in the US?

A

Electrocution

B

Falls

C

mobile equipment (such as forklifts)

D

none of the above

E

I don’t know.

OSHA Safety Q23

While operating a forklift, if you have to descend a ramp with a load properly secured to the forks, in what manner should you descend that ramp?

A

driving forward while buckled up

B

driving forward while standing to see over the load

C

driving in reverse while buckled up

D

driving in reverse while standing to see over the load

E

I don’t know.