In each of the following exercises, select the one answer that best
completes the statement or answers the question.
Indicate your answer by
circling the correct letter in your subcourse booklet.
The duties of a circuit conditioner can be described by the three A's
which stand for
a. analyze, apply, and adjust.
b. apply, adjust, and activate.
c. adjust, activate, and analyze.
d. activate, analyze, and apply.
One characteristic of most test equipment items located in a control
facility is that they usually have
a. jack terminations to simplify making connections.
c. counters instead of meters to simplify recording procedures.
One of the reasons a circuit conditioner must thoroughly know all
aspects of his profession is that he may be called upon to control
procedures from a distance. This situation comes about because
a. he may have to direct operations from every transmitting point in
b. circuit conditioning may
termination of every nodal point.
c. all circuit conditioning is performed principally
d. he needs reports