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Question 1 of 26
1. Question
The following measurements were taken of a rectangular building:
 20′ wide
 40′ long
 8′ height
What is the total surface area of the exterior walls?
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Question 2 of 26
2. Question
When it is not feasible to evaluate for refrigerator replacement and metering, data from which of the following should be used?
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Question 3 of 26
3. Question
A building has the following conditions:
– Total wall area is 1762 square feet
– Exterior doors are 36″ wide by 80″ tall, and there are 2 doors
– Windows are 36″ wide by 60″ tall, and there are 16 windows
What is the net square footage of the wall?
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Question 4 of 26
4. Question
If a fixture containing a 100 watt bulb burns for 20 hours, how many kilowatt hours of electricity have been consumed?
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Question 5 of 26
5. Question
If the Rvalues of a wall assembly in series from outside to inside are 0.17, 1.4, 0.77, 11, 0.56, and 0.68, what is the Uvalue of the assembly?
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Question 6 of 26
6. Question
If an exterior wall has an Rvalue of 21, what is the Uvalue?
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Question 7 of 26
7. Question
Given a Uvalue of 0.025, what is the Rvalue?
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Question 8 of 26
8. Question
What is calculated by multiplying length by width by height?
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Question 9 of 26
9. Question
What is the minimum number of 4′ x 8′ sheets of foam board needed to cover a section of wall that is 4′ tall by 25′ long?
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Question 10 of 26
10. Question
Which of the following is included in the measurements for the conditioned floor area?
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Question 11 of 26
11. Question
In order to qualify as highdensity cellulose insulation, the insulation must measure at least how many pounds per cubic foot?
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Question 12 of 26
12. Question
A proposed project will have the following costs and savings:
Material Cost = $100
Labor Cost = $400
Annual Savings = $125
What is the simple payback calculation given the following information?
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Question 13 of 26
13. Question
A window has the following dimensions:
– 30 in. wide
– 60 in. tall
What is the area of the window?
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Question 14 of 26
14. Question
A building’s volume is measured in terms of:
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Question 15 of 26
15. Question
A knee wall is 4′ high, and the knee wall floor is 3′ wide. What is
the length of the sloped roof area in this kneewall space?
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Question 16 of 26
16. Question
A singlestory house has the following dimensions:
– Length 40 ft.
– Width 20 ft.
– Ceiling height 10 ft.
What is the volume of the house?
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Question 17 of 26
17. Question
A door opening is 36″ wide by 80″ tall. How many square feet does that represent?
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Question 18 of 26
18. Question
What is the simple payback, in years, for a measure that costs $672.00 and saves $117.56 a year?
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Question 19 of 26
19. Question
What is the best ratio to consider in determining a costeffective improvement?
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Question 20 of 26
20. Question
During the course of a day the range of temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit are as follows:
72 High
38 Low
How many heating degree days (Base 65) have occurred?
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Question 21 of 26
21. Question
What is the recommended domestic hot water temperature at the fixture?
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Question 22 of 26
22. Question
A building has the following conditions:
– Total wall area is 1984 square feet
– Exterior doors are 36″ wide by 80″ tall, and there are 2 doors
– Windows are 30″ wide by 54″ tall, and there are 16 windows
What is the net square footage of the wall?
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Question 23 of 26
23. Question
The following measurements were taken of a rectangular
building:
– 30′ wide
– 50′ long
– 9.5′ height
What is the total surface area of the exterior walls?
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Question 24 of 26
24. Question
A window has the following dimensions:
– 24 in. wide
– 36 in. tall
What is the area of the window?
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Question 25 of 26
25. Question
How many pounds of cellulose would you need to dense pack a wall with the following measurements.
10ft tall
20ft Long
2 x 4 16 inch on center framing.
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Question 26 of 26
26. Question
How many 25 pound bags of cellulose do you need to dense pack the following wall assembly?
8 feet tall
30 feet long
2 x 4 16 inch on center framing
with one 30 inch by 78 inch door
and one 36 inch by 60 inch window
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