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Pliers: Quiz

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Question 1: Pliers in the general sense are an ancient and simple ________, no single point in history, or single inventor, can be credited.
English inventions and discoveriesFrench inventions and discoveriesDutch inventions and discoveriesInvention

Question 2: The linear motion of the hand is converted to ________ to drive a socket wrench.
Rigid bodyForceRigid body dynamicsRotation around a fixed axis

Question 3: For crimping bottles with atomizer tops, such as ________ bottles
IncenseFragrance extractionPerfumeEssential oil

Question 4: For crimping metal rings or tags on ________
CattleDomesticationAgricultureLivestock

Question 5: This arrangement creates a mechanical advantage, allowing the ________ of the hand's grip to be amplified and focused on an object with precision.
Classical mechanicsEnergyForcePhysics

Question 6: The number of different designs of pliers grew with the invention of the different objects which they were used to handle: horseshoes, fasteners, wire, pipes, ________ and electronic components.
ElectricityElectric chargeElectromagnetismElectric current

Question 7: Pliers are a hand tool used to hold objects firmly, or for cutting and bending tough materials such as ________.
SilverWireGoldCopper

Question 8: Often pliers have insulated grips to ensure better handling and prevent ________.
CopperElectrical resistanceElectrical conductivityResistivity

Question 9: Generally, pliers consist of a pair of ________ first class levers joined at a fulcrum positioned closer to one end of the levers, creating short jaws on one side of the fulcrum, and longer handles on the other side.
HalogenNoble gasMetalNonmetal

Question 10: The materials used to make pliers consist mainly of steel alloys with additives such as vanadium or ________, to improve strength and prevent corrosion.
IronTitaniumManganeseChromium







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