City & guilds

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616s-002 JUNE 2010
Certificate in Construction
Basic construction skills principles
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Tuesday
1 June 2010
14:0O- 15:00

You should have the
following for this examination
. a multiple-choice answer sheet
. a pen with black or blue ink

. a non-programrnable calculator

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This question paper is the property of the City and Guilds of London lnstitute and is to be returned after the examination.

following notes before you answer any questions
. You must use a pen with black or blue ink to complete all parts of the answer sheet. . Check that you have the correct answer sheet for the examination. . Check that your narne and candidate details are printed correctly at the top of your answer sheet. . Inform the invigilator if your name or examination details are not correct. . Each question shows four possible answers (lettered 'd','b', 'c'and 'd'); only one is correct. . Decide which one is correct and mark your answer on the answer sheet with your pen.

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Which one of the following is the best
shape for the end of a screwdriver blade
when driving round-headed screws?

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The joint shown in Figure 1 is a
a
b

c
d

After use, woodworking tools should be

a
b
c
d

washed and dried
free of any resin build-up and stored
safely
kept in watertight containers
wrapped in oily rags.

A transformer is used to

a
b
c
d

increase air pressure
decrease air pressure
increase electrical current
decrease electrical voltage.

Portable, powered hand tools must always
be stored
a
b

c
d

clean, dry and secure
washed, secure and lubricated
lubricated, washed and dried
upright, secure and checked.

From the following pairs of fixings the most
suitable for securing a halving joint is

a
b
c
d

glue and screws
glue and dowels
wedges and screws
wedges and dowels.

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tee bridle
mortice and tenon
tee halving
dove tail.

Question 7 refers to Figure 2 attached to
end of question paper
Using the extract from a supplies catalogue,
Figure 2 attached, a two side opening,
one fixed pane window to fit an opening v
1350 mm x 1205 mm high is

a
b
c
d

JC3N12CV
JC2N12CC
JC2N12V
JC3N12CC.

A 1 : 3:6 concrete mix ratio means

a
b
c
d

one part lime, 3 parts fine sand, 6 parts
coarse sand
one part cement, 3 parts coarse sand,
6 parts all-in gravel
one part cement, 3 parts coarse sand,
6 parts coarse aggregate
one part lime, 3 parts crushed
sandstone, 6 parts crushed gypsum.

Which one of the following is a suitable
coarse aggregate for medium strength
concrete?

a
b
c
d

Expanded polystyrene pellets.
Burnt limestone.
Crushed rock chippings.
Seashore sand.

10 At the end of a working period a petrol
engined rotary mortar mixer should be
a
b

c

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covered with a protective sheet
washed out thoroughly
filled with sand ready for the following
day
filled with water.

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