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Question 1: Since the pipe itself will not give way in the event of a ________, the firestop can be made of conventional means, such as firestop mortar or silicone sealant, each topping off a packing material.

Question 2: The bathing world was rocked by controversy when a completely inaccurate account of bathing and bathtub history was published by ________ in 1917.
H. L. MenckenAntisemitismFranklin D. RooseveltKu Klux Klan

Question 3: If the bathtub is located in a ________ with multiple stories, where the floors are required to have a fire-resistance rating, the drain from the bathtub causes a service penetration firestop to be required, which must be built in accordance with the provisions of the local building code.

Question 4: The next ________ would not be seen for 200 years when it was introduced by Alexander Cummings in 1775.
OuthouseBathtubFlush toiletUrinal (restroom)

Question 5: A ________ is also called a "jacuzzi" in USA since the word became a generic after plumbing component manufacturer Jacuzzi introduced the "Spa Whirlpool" in 1968.
SpaEmergency medical servicesMassagePharmacy

Question 6: Sir John Harington invented the first flushing toilet for himself and for his godmother, ________, in 1596.
Edward VI of EnglandJames I of EnglandElizabeth I of EnglandHenry VIII of England

Question 7: If the pipe were made of ________, however, the firestop would likely involve intumescent materials, which would expand in the event of a fire, in order to choke off and seal the melting and disappearing plastic pipe.
PolystyrenePolycarbonatePlasticPolyvinyl chloride

Question 8: A few years later, Thomas Twyford created the first valveless toilet constructed from ________.
Ceramic materialsCeramic engineeringCeramicSolid

Question 9: The bathtub's modern spouse, the ________, had problems gaining acceptance.
ToiletUrinal (restroom)BidetFlush toilet

Question 10: A bathtub is usually placed in a ________ either as a stand-alone fixture or in conjunction with a shower.
HouseAtrium (architecture)KitchenBathroom


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