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Question 1 of 16
1. Question
Determine the average undercut depth from the information shown in the diagram. (tenths)

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Question 2 of 16
2. Question
2. a. Compute the slope ratio:
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Question 3 of 16
3. Question
2. b. Compute the vertical distance:

ft.
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Question 4 of 16
4. Question
3. What length of 36″diameter pipe is needed for the culvert below?
The slope crosses the pipe halfway up the pipe. Disregard the slope of the pipe itself.
Pipe length = feet.
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Question 5 of 16
5. Question
4. A sample of sand has a wet weight of 11 pounds. The sample contains 1.21 pounds of water.
How much water will 1,600 pounds of wet sand contain?
lbs. of water
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Question 6 of 16
6. Question
5. A sample of asphalt mix weighs 1,000 grams. When the asphalt is removed, the aggregate weighs 934.6 grams. What is the % asphalt contained in the mix?

Percent asphalt content = %
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Question 7 of 16
7. Question
6. A sample was taken from a soil cement job. The wet weight of the material was 621.50 grams and the dry weight was 565.00 grams. What was the moisture content (%) of this sample based on dry weight?

Moisture content = %
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Question 8 of 16
8. Question
7.
A centerline elevation rises 7.5′ in a 2,500′ section of roadway.
What is the percent grade?
Percent grade = %
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Question 9 of 16
9. Question
8. It takes 66.6 cubic yards of portland cement per 100′ section of highway.
How many cubic yards of cement will be needed for a 4,550′ project?
cu. yds.
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Question 10 of 16
10. Question
9. How much concrete mix will be needed for a driveway entrance if the shrinkage is 5% and the volume after shrinkage should be 17 cubic yards?

cu. yds.
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Question 11 of 16
11. Question
10. If portland cement shrinks 6%, how much mix will be needed to fill a 90 cubic foot structure?

cu. ft.
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Question 12 of 16
12. Question
11. If sand contains 17 percent water based on dry weight, how much wet sand is needed to provide 3,450 pounds of dry sand?

lbs. = wet weight
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Question 13 of 16
13. Question
12. If coarse aggregate and fine aggregate are mixed in a ratio of 2.5:1 part fine, and you have 2,000 cubic yards of fine aggregate, how many cubic yards of coarse aggregate will be needed?

cu. yds. of coarse aggregate
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Question 14 of 16
14. Question
13. If a certain aggregate asphalt mix weighs 3,250.8 lbs. per cubic yard, how many tons will 9.51 cubic yards weigh?

tons
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Question 15 of 16
15. Question
14. Suppose a tank contains 940 cubic feet of capacity. If 7.481 gallons of capacity equals 1 cubic foot, how many gallons of asphalt can be placed in the tank? Round to whole gallons.

gallons.
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Question 16 of 16
16. Question
15. A highway project consisted of the following lengths of road:
97.35 miles
12.85 miles
16.95 miles
27.84 miles
1.09 miles95.41 miles of the project has been completed. A Technician 3 claimed that about 72% of the project was complete.
How close was his statement to the actual miles complete? Answer in tenths of a mile.
His answer was miles off.
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