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Question 1: By the 1st century BC, wooden screws were commonly used throughout the ________ world in devices such as oil and wine presses.
Pacific OceanIndian OceanMediterranean SeaAtlantic Ocean

Question 2: In the cases of vandalism prevention and theft prevention, since most ________ and theft incidents are simply crimes of easy opportunity, the idea is to "raise the bar" and make the opportunity less convenient.
VandalismDrug possessionKidnappingMurder

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  A lathe of 1871, equipped with leadscrew and change gears for single-point screw-cutting.
  A Phillips wood screw being driven into a board with a driver.
  A Brown & Sharpe single-spindle screw machine.
  A Phillips wood screw being driven into a board with a driver.

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  Combination flanged-hex/Phillips-head screw used in computers
  Rusty hexagonal bolt heads
  A Brown & Sharpe single-spindle screw machine.
  A Brown & Sharpe single-spindle screw machine.

Question 5: For sizes 14 inch and larger the size is given as a fraction; for sizes less than this an ________ is used, ranging from 0 to 16.
IntegerRational numberField (mathematics)Natural number

Question 6: Other relatively common systems include the British Standard Whitworth, BA system (British Association), and the ________.
Unified Thread StandardISO metric screw threadNational pipe threadBritish standard pipe thread

Question 7: Some types of plastic, such as ________ or Teflon, can be threaded and used for fastening requiring moderate strength and great resistance to corrosion or for the purpose of electrical insulation.
RayonSilkPolyesterNylon

Question 8: These were easy to ________ and served most applications adequately.
MetalworkingDrillMachiningMachine tool

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  A Brown & Sharpe single-spindle screw machine.
  A lathe of 1871, equipped with leadscrew and change gears for single-point screw-cutting.
  Combination flanged-hex/Phillips-head screw used in computers

Question 10: The Unified Thread Standard (UTS) is most commonly used in the United States of America, but is also extensively used in ________ and occasionally in other countries.
United KingdomBelizeCanadaBarbados
















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