A. Place one hand in your pocket or
behind your back.
Turn on the power.
Connect the meter ground to the
D. Place the positive meter lead on the
test point; select for positive or
IN ANSWERING QUESTION 1-33, REFER
TO THE PROCEDURES IN FIGURE 1A.
1-33. When you measure voltages less than
300 volts, in what order should you
complete the task?
1. A B C D
2. B C D A
3. C A D B
4. D C B A
IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 1-34
THROUGH 1-37, SELECT FROM THE
MEASUREMENT COLUMN BELOW THE
ANSWER THAT MATCHES THE
SITUATION BEING DESCRIBED.
1-34. This measurement is rarely taken in
preventive or corrective maintenance or
testing because unsoldering is usually
required. Ohm's law is normally applied
to determine this value.
1-35. This is a valuable aid in locating faults
during corrective maintenance, but
cannot be made with power applied.
Many technical manuals contain charts
that indicate the test points for this
1-36. This measurement provides an indication
of dielectric strength and is used to
determine the power factor.
1-37. This measurement is seldom taken during
troubleshooting. It can be taken using a
bridge or another instrument that is
primarily designed to measure another
quantity; however, a conversion chart is
1-38. The power factor is an indication of the
losses caused by which of the following
1. Excessive voltage
2. Dielectric absorption
3. Current leakage
4. Both 2 and 3 above
1-39. The Wheatstone bridge can be used for
precision measurements of which of the