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1. 

The easiest way to test for water pressure is to:



2. 

A difference between a two-story house and one-story house is that normally:



3. 

Federal construction standards apply to:



4. 

A mudsill would most likely be made of:



5. 

Which of the following does not belong with the group?



6. 

BTUs measure:



7. 

The term cul-de-sac refers to:



8. 

Studs are contiguous to a:



9. 

Three-bedroom homes should have two baths because:

10. 

Shutters, a high-pitched slate hip roof, and stone construction would most likely be found on a:

11. 

A builder's blueprint shows piers. The blueprint is for the:



12. 

A roof on which all four sides slope to the eaves would be:

13. 

Studs are usually:

14. 

Which of the following is the most destructive to the wood in California?



15. 

The average homeowner in California moves every:

16. 

An engineer poured water in a hole in the ground to determine how long it remained there. The reason for this test was related to:



17. 

Metalwork around chimneys and drains to prevent leaking is known as:

18. 

How many board feet are there in a board 2" x 8" x 12'?



19. 

Conditions pertaining most closely to the life of a wood shingle roof would be:



20. 

The roof angle is measured by the:

21. 

The average person in California moves every ___ years.



22. 

Conduit refers to:



23. 

At least one room in a new house must be:

24. 

Compaction is important as to:



25. 

A window on hinges would most likely be a:



26. 

The beam over a window or door is known as the:



27. 

The vertical boards between the treads on each stair step are known as:

28. 

A brass marker set by the U.S. Geological Survey showing elevation above sea level is known as a:

29. 

A broker noticed irregular mud lines from the ground to the siding on a home. This would be a likely indicator of:



30. 

Beams supporting the floor are called:

31. 

The woodwork around a door is known as the:

32. 

Short pieces of vertical two-by-four above or below an opening are known as:

33. 

A bearing wall:



34. 

The floor space of a house is normally figured by:

35. 

A nail is measured by:



36. 

When comparing a large house with a small house of similar quality, which of the following applies?



37. 

In laying out a subdivision, the most uneconomical practice would be:



38. 

Drywall construction would not include which of the following?



39. 

The purpose of using 6-inch studs rather than 4-inch studs in exterior walls is:

40. 

Fuses have been replaced in newer structures by:

41. 

A percolation test determines:



42. 

After a mobile home listing has expired, the broker has now long to cancel all advertising?

43. 

Wainscoting refers to the:

44. 

A dark color:



45. 

Ceiling height in a bedroom cannot be less than:



46. 

Which of the following would be a one-story house?



47. 

That part of the roof extending beyond the exterior walls is known as:

48. 

The owner of a mobile home on wheels that are registered annually with the Department of Housing and Community Development installs new kitchen cabinets using bolts. The cabinets would be considered:



49. 

The housing market involves homes appealing to different economic groups; therefore, the market is considered to be:



50. 

The fact that the interior and exterior walls feel the same temperature to the touch inside the house indicates:



51. 

Percolation would be most likely considered in:



52. 

Which of the following are horizontal members in a wall?



53. 

A footing is:

54. 

Which of the following does not belong with the others?



55. 

Crisscrossed boards between floor joists are known as:



56. 

As a new mobile home just installed for occupancy, which of the following is true?

57. 

The square footage of a house is normally figured by taking the:

58. 

Which of the following would not be contiguous?



59. 

The highest board on a building is the:



60. 

A party wall is:

61. 

The most desirable land for housing development would be:



62. 

A metropolitan area composed of cities that have grown together is known as a:

63. 

A single flat-plane roof that slants for rain runoff would be a:

64. 

Open roof sheathing would be used with a:



65. 

Urban growth that follows main traffic routes outward from the city center would be:

66. 

A gambrel roof would be frequently found on:



67. 

Compaction would be most important in:



68. 

A roof has a 6/12 pitch. The angle of the roof would be:



69. 

The rental of lots in a mobile home park is under the jurisdiction of:

70. 

A structure has 6" x 6" posts set 4 feet apart instead of 2" x 4" studs. This construction 2" x 4" studs would be:

71. 

The purpose of a state contractor's license is to:

72. 

The minimum ceiling height for a bath is:



73. 

The term potable refers to:



74. 

Subflooring would be nailed to the:



75. 

The boards covering the exterior studs or rafters are known as:



76. 

A four-story apartment building without an elevator would be a:

77. 

Which of the following statements is true as to building homes with 10' ceilings rather than 8' ceilings?

78. 

The sill is usually fastened to the foundation by:

79. 

Buildings getting new facades on a regular basis would most likely be:



80. 

Building a house on a lot in such a way that the morning sun lights up the kitchen is known as:

81. 

Which of the following would not be contiguous to a rafter?

82. 

That portion of the building which will spread its load directly to the soil is called the:



83. 

The term HVAC stands for:

84. 

A soil pipe is:



85. 

A kiosk is a(n):