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Fundamentals of Technology Study Guide

Objectives: 7.01 - 7.03 Spring 2012

1. The movement of people or goods from one place to another is the sole purpose of what system? (7.03)
A. Guidance

B. Motivation

C. Propulsion

D. Transportation

2. Transportation system can be divided into four basic types. Which of the following is included in these types? (7.03)

A. Air

B. Sonic

C. Supersonic

D. Underwater
3. A dirigible is which type of transportation vehicle? (7.03)
A. Air

B. Land

C. Space

D. Water
4. The movement of goods and people outside the earth's atmosphere is an example of which transportation type? (7.03)

A. Air

B. Land

C. Space

D. Water
5. A vessel is MOST commonly associated with which type of transportation? (7.03)

A. Air

B. Land

C. Space

D. Water

6. Which is NOT a common transportation subsystem of transportation vehicles? (7.03)
A. Propulsion

B. Steering

C. Structure

D. Suspension

7. The system used to maintain vehicles and other transportation technologies is known as: (7.03)

A. Control.

B. Guidance.

C. Structural.

D. Support.
8. The weight of a vehicle is supported by which vehicular subsystem? (7.03)

A. Guidance

B. Propulsion

C. Control

D. Suspension
9. An accelerator for an automobile is a method to achieve what? (7.03)

A. Control

B. Guidance

C. Structure

D. Support
10. What vehicular subsystem accommodates a vehicle's cargo and forms the basic framework of the vehicle? (7.03)

A. Control

B. Propulsion

C. Structural

D. Support
11. The vehicular subsystem that provides information concerning the control of a vehicle is known as the: (7.03)

A. Structural system.

B. Guidance system.

C. Propulsion system.

D. Support system.
12. Guidance systems provide a vehicle with information concerning: (7.03)

A. Control.

B. Propulsion.

C. Support.

D. Suspension.
13. The direction of a vehicle is controlled by which vehicular subsystem? (7.03)
A. Control

B. Structural

C. Support

D. Suspension

14. The successful transmission of information through a common system of symbols, signs, behavior, speech, and writing is known as: (7.01)

A. Communication.

B. Connection.

C. Information.

D. Organization.
15. One reason that humans communicate is to: (7.01)

A. Design.

B. Help.

C. Inform.

D. Process.
16. Textbooks are an example of using communication to: (7.01)
A. Educate.

B. Entertain.

C. Guide.

D. Persuade.

17. Magazine ads and television commercials are examples of what communication purpose? (7.01)
A. Observing

B. Persuading

C. Promoting

D. Summarizing

18. The use of traffic signals to direct and guide serves what purpose of communication? (7.01)

A. Controlling

B. Educating

C. Entertaining

D. Informing

19. The first process of the communication system is: (7.01)

A. Designing.

B. Encoding.

C. Storing.

D. Decoding.

20. After a message has been received it must be: (7.01)
A. Decoded.

B. Encoded.

C. Retrieved.

D. Stored.

21. Messages can be retrieved from a: (7.01)

A. Decoding device.

B. Feedback station.

C. Storage media.

D. Transmission unit.
22. Which is the designer of the message? (7.01)
A. Decoder

B. Receiver

C. Retriever

D. Sender

23. Which is a purpose of a communication system? (7.01)

A. Discussing

B. Informing

C. Describing

D. Researching
24. The use of computers to convey information serves which purpose of communication systems? (7.01)
A. Controlling

B. Educating

C. Entertaining

D. Persuading

25. What best represents a receiver in the communication system model? (7.01)

A. Satellite dish

B. Satellite transmitter

C. Television station

D. Video card
26. Which is a communication system encoding device? (7.01)

A. Microwave

B. Telephone

C. Digital watch

D. Radio receiver

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