ACCP SUBCOURSE NUMBER MM 0479
EXERCISES FOR LESSON 1
1. The oldest known system of mass weighting dates back to about
a. 400 B.C.
b. 1000 B.C.
c. 2500 B.C.
d. 4000 B.C.
2. The present day international mass standard is located at the International Bureau of Weights
and Measures at
a. Grenwich, England.
b. Sevres, France.
c. Geneva, Switzerland.
d. Paris, France.
3. The metric standard for mass is the
4. Mass working standards are those weights in class
a. Q, C and T.
b. S1, C and T.
c. S, Q and T.
d. S, S1 and T.
5. When cleaning mass standards, you should
a. submerge in hot soapy water and wipe dry.
b. clean with a wire brush, then wash with hot water.
c. only use a lint free cloth moistened with alcohol.
d. hand rub weights with an oil saturated cloth and then wipe dry.
6. Class S and S1 mass standards may be adjusted by
a. removing the top knob and either adding or removing weights from the well.
b. filing the edges lightly until the weight is within tolerance.