Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.

In each dwelling unit, the load must be computed at ____ voltamperes for each
twowire smallappliance branch circuit.
a.  750  c.  3,000  b.  1,500  d.  4,000 


2.

The circuit rating for a specific appliance is computed on the basis of
____.
a.  the total load calculation  c.  NEC regulations  b.  its placement in the
dwelling unit  d.  the ampere
rating of the appliance 


3.

The unit load for a dwelling unit is ____ voltamperes per square foot.


4.

Luminaires in the bathroom may be connected to the bathroom branch circuit as
long as ____.
a.  the circuit does not feed other bathrooms  b.  the circuit has a
rating of 15 amperes  c.  the total load does not exceed 1,500
voltamperes  d.  the bathroom is under 100 square feet in area 


5.

To determine the minimum number of general lighting circuits required in a
house, perform the following calculation first: ____.
a.  divide the total general lighting load in voltamperes by 20 amps  b.  divide the total
general lighting load in voltamperes by 15 amps  c.  divide the total general lighting load in
voltamperes by 120 volts  d.  divide the total general lighting load in
amperes by 120 volts 


6.

It is common wiring practice in a residential wiring situation where there are
more than three currentcarrying conductors to use a wiring technique called ____.
a.  lugging  c.  cabling  b.  bundling  d.  feeding 
