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Mechanical aptitude test

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by barry2952, Oct 26, 2007.

  1. belair
    Joined: Jul 10, 2006
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    belair
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    Ha-why is it that a math test always becomes a debate over definitions, syntax and grammer. And no, I didn't take the test, cuz you are all smarter than me.
     
  2. Von Rigg Fink
    Joined: Jun 11, 2007
    Posts: 13,426

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    from Garage

    dam...86% its saturday, not enough coffee , and my kids buggin me to go out and work on the A in the rain!..thats my story and im stickin' to it!
     
  3. Von Rigg Fink
    Joined: Jun 11, 2007
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    is there a way to find out where you screwed up?
     
  4. The review button
     
  5. Outlaw Bender
    Joined: Sep 6, 2007
    Posts: 298

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    Yeeehaw!
    Made it 88%
    (I had some problems with the language.) :eek:
     
  6. haroldd1963
    Joined: Oct 15, 2007
    Posts: 1,154

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    from Peru, IL

    I got a 76%! I am an ex Ford Certified Technician, College Graduate with an Engineering degree, and current new car sales manager.

    Selling cars for the past 15 years must have turned my brain to mush!
     
  7. Wildfire
    Joined: Apr 23, 2006
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    I think I got a 78 or 68 - Hell, I can't even remember the number now.
     
  8. bmc
    Joined: Jun 17, 2006
    Posts: 283

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    from Sacto.,Ca.

    64% and my brain hurts.:(
     
  9. CoolHand
    Joined: Aug 31, 2007
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    Bwahahaha! 100% :D

    But like most of the other aces, I'm an engineer, so it doesn't really count I guess.

    In actuality, we engineers ought to have been flogged if we didn't ace it. ;)

    Good thing there wasn't a section on spelling in there . . . . . .
     
  10. Rickdeluxe
    Joined: Jun 11, 2005
    Posts: 76

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    84% Not bad for a Dutchy...
     
  11. 2"
    Joined: Aug 27, 2006
    Posts: 92

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    I got 76% and I haven't even passed our equivalent of high school yet!

    Bodes well for when I finally get my hands on some vintage tin :D
     
  12. Brian C
    Joined: Mar 25, 2005
    Posts: 494

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    82% and I'm hppy with that..................for now :rolleyes:
     
  13. S.T.P.
    Joined: Apr 30, 2005
    Posts: 315

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    76%, Im just an average white guy.
     
  14. I feel like all that learning I done at skool did me well. I got a 96% and my father the civil engineer got a 94%. Yea!!!
     
  15. Hoseclamp
    Joined: Oct 25, 2007
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    78% Didn't quite make it. Ratio's... errr.:mad:
     
  16. I got a 94 and my wife got an 88.
    Not bad for a Computer LAN Admin and a Veterinarian.
     
  17. barry2952
    Joined: Aug 9, 2007
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    Holy crap, I sent this test to my wife as a lark and I'll be damned if she didn't get a 64. She's never twisted a wrench in her life.!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Never taken a physics course!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Damn Mensans.
     
  18. Mart
    Joined: Mar 3, 2001
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    I goy 92% but found some answers were ambiguous. The Planetary gears for example, I knew exactly what would happen, but trying to dedide which description THEY thought described what would happen was the hard part. The fan question is too ambiguous, again I knew what would happen but couldn't work out what the answers actually meant.
    The one I did get genuinely wrong was the water flowing through the tapered tube. Oh well maybe I understand it better now. Personally the pulleys and gears were easy for my, I've always understood them.
    When I left school I sat many tests that were similar as part of recruitment for various companies.
    Mart.
     
  19. damnfingers
    Joined: Sep 22, 2006
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    Okay, an 84 here but I swear question 25 is wrong...they say it's a series-parallel circuit...I say it's just a parallel circuit. What's the difference between the circuit in question 24 and 25 other than where the load wires are connected (just slide 'em up in 24 to where they're connected in 25 - same electrical point). A series-parallel circuit would have a series load and a parallel load. And yes, there were ambiguous questions..
     
  20. kornbinder
    Joined: Oct 19, 2005
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    86% Not bad for a computer geek I guess.
     
  21. SimonSez
    Joined: Jul 1, 2001
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    88% - got 7, 16, 31, 44, 45 & 48 wrong.
     
  22. VonMoldy
    Joined: May 23, 2005
    Posts: 1,555

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    from UTARRGH!

    man 74 i suck I dont know much about electricity though. or pulleys. or engines either i guess. I thought pistons in fact created a suction on the intake stroke? oh well
     
  23. fordf1trucknut
    Joined: Feb 13, 2007
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    I got a 96%.....I wish I knew what two I missed.
     
  24. borntoolate
    Joined: Feb 18, 2006
    Posts: 320

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    80% and I design houses for a livin'. Fun way to burn some time. By the way, your iced tea comes up the straw when there's a vacuum create by "SUCKING"! If it's atmospheric pressure that pushes the tea up to my pie hole, I don't want to hear that, you engineers.
     
  25. NJVadala
    Joined: Oct 11, 2007
    Posts: 179

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    90%, did better than I thought I would. I was expecting a low 80s
     
  26. Dueceburnout
    Joined: Mar 17, 2005
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    86% when i looked back i missed some for not reading things clearly lol.
     
  27. I still don't understand the worm gear question (#11). It looks like the flutes on the worm gear are going to move to the right with the rotation shown by the arrow, and the other gear should follow that by rotating clockwise. Where am I going wrong?

    Thanks,
    Kurt
     

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  28. falconizer_62
    Joined: Mar 2, 2007
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    that's one i never figured out either! when i saw that i missed it i looked at it more and still didn't see it. just figured i was being dumb.
     

  29. The teeth on the worm gear are like normal right hand threads on a bolt or screw. Think about it like a bolt going through a nut. If you hold the HEAD of the bolt while you turn it counterclockwise with a wrench, and you keep the nut from turning, the nut will push away from the bolt head as you turn the screw. The top of the big gear will push away from the end with the red arrow and rotate the big gear counterclockwise.
     
  30. oldbuzzard50
    Joined: Dec 19, 2006
    Posts: 50

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    82 Just over the wire. Damn pullies )(*&#@$#(
     

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