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, INSTRUC110N: Encircle your answer, lfyou change, mark(x) lind encircle another answer.

1. Mininrum size for stone masonry

a. 200 10m
b. 300 mm

® 150 rnm
d. 400mm

2. Mort:;li'Ratio for mane masonry

a 1:3 -';ft7'f
(]> 1:2

c. 1:1
d. 1:4

3. Minimum si7..e for class "A" fltorwB

® 300mm
b. 200 mm
c. 400 mm
d. 500 mm

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c.lM!> A- f3 Co D

4. Concrete in the area represented by th~ coreS wi!! be considered if the average strength of
the oqreS is equal to:

. a Alleall175% ofarlCl flO single core in less Ulan 85% of; the specified SU'Oll8th, fc'.
(E)At least 85% of and no singje Cllre i.sless than 75% of, the sp.ecified strength, fc',

c, At I east equal or exceed oftha speCified Btre!lgth fc' and no nlllgle flIrengt/J test 1()8~
than 200/0 of the specified strength, ie'.

d. At least equal of exceed of the specified strength fe' and no single strength test less
than 100/0 oftha specified strength, fc'. :

S. Job mix tolerance for Bituminous material

a ±7%
b. ±2%

@ ±O>t%
d. ±4%

6. Required percent air voids for asphalt mix

a 2 to 3
(f) 3 to 5

c .. 4 to 8
d . 4 to 7

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7. The proportion ofbiluminOl)s material, on the basis ofto(al <lry aggregate

a 92 to 95 pw-cent
® 5 to 8 percent

c. 5 to 10 percent
. d. 6 to 12 percent

8. Required Bample ofauphalt mix per 130 metric ton.

a 70kg
b. 50kg
G 20kg

. d. 40 kg

9. Required sample for steel bars for 10,000 kgs.

a 1.5 m

® l.Om
c. 1.8 m
d. 1.20m

10. 10 kgs smnple for cement represent.

a 1000 bags
(0·2000 bags

c. 1500 bags
d 500 bags

11. Require plasticity index for aggregate surface course

a 6 - /Xi<. C<:;v.vv--
(94109

C. J 2 _ <;.-vJo_I'AY- ruwr~
d 10

12 .. Biturninous material used for treating an aggregate base course before an asphalt mix
overlay.

a Se coat
,/ Prime coat

~ Tae coat
Any of the above

13. Blue smoke rising from the mix in the truck or in the spreader hopper may indicate.

a F..xceS8 asphalt cement
® Overheated batch

c. P.xceRR moisture content
d Excess moisture content and asphalt cement.

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1 Tlw gignificnnce tost OfllOil, that will d0tHllnin" the po],'nti8l fJlrin,i;"1 oftbo "oil

a. Grading
C0 Sollked CBR

C, Plasticity
d. A:bioasiolilo88

99. 111e following ate the l'esUltl! of the abrasion lOftS ofa certain portion of the COID'1l0 ofl:1l(;
BOi! Il&\l'$g\Itos afWr 500 revolution.

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t!.' Original BrunpJe '" 5000 gmB tairwd in ;114 "" 1500 gnw etiuned in {IS = 400 grlls 1 ')\I'
!UJ~in.g in #16 '" 700 gma ,
asiil18 in #,20 "" ~~bo'gflliJ: '
ns~ing in #40 '" 500 grus

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, 19 percent abrasion 1 (JSB will &e

a 45%
b. 40<'/0

('if) 50% •
'({ 35%

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o allowablo toJerwlCo permitted variation jJ'om design thicknens of1ayor of aggregate

a, :± 10 nUll
± 5 ruXll

C.I ± llinrn
d. • ± 91lltlt

Pr0pwred:
BonHhdo R. Lora, eE, PE, ME
DPWH, RoeionlO

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94. TIle pr;rpose of trial sections beic)re 811bba~e/baHe cOIlstmction is stmted.

a To check tbe suitahiEty of the materi':lls
b. To check tbe efiiciency,pfthe equipment used
c. Constroctioi) nwtbodwhich ill propofled to be IJBod

@ All of the above

& :t J 0 .---'l P~e_~{).~ .
95., TI) . ce ofthickncs8 layer to. r Hubba~e course.

~ b.i 20 ~ '}v.k ~VJY0 . .
c. ± 15
d. ± 25

96. The moisture content of flubbaseibaBe n!ateriaj shall be adjusted prior to compaction by ..

a Watering with approved sprinklers rrlOu;J(ed on tmcim
b. Drying out in order to obtain the required compactions

@ Either ~ and !:>.
d Removal and replacing another material

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97. Concrete used for thin reinforced sections, railings arid for filler in s!eel grid f1oors.
a ClasB "A"
b. Class "P"
c. Class. "B))

C9 Cla8s "c"'
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98. Most specifications for concrete exposed to weathering require that water-cemtlnt'ratio

a 0.46
b. 0.55

W 0.53 0.58
99. The process of producing a fill, subgracle, road base or rOi1d surface which isCapabJe of

With.s1anding the existing traffic under all weathtlf und nlOistuf" conditions.

a Soil stabilization

d:>
'. Use of admixture
c, Both l! und Q

. None of the above

100. Ail an experience materials engineer, compacting 6" (l5cm) thick layersofsoil will
require, how many passes.

/,\ 10 (020 passes
c0 8 to 10 passes

c. [5 to 20 passes·
d. [5 (0 30 passes

Prepared:
Bonifacio R. Lora, CE, PE, ME
DPWH, Region 10 . '

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y~\ 70.5%
Ii:. 80.5%

c. 75.5%
d. 80%

91. In CHl iforniu Be!lfillg ralio ddGnniuutio!i the cOlTedcd load at (UG!) inch penr;(ncti.oll l"'BIII:.
is 1,2p5 WTl1e p~i'9cnt CBR will be;

G)~3:67o/0
b.' 81.50%.
c. 83.20%
rt 82.50%

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92. Y ti ru-e the Materials Et18illoer oryOlli' flhli. It 80 bappel] thnt inlhe p-repllrillion ofth,)i!8-

ad plllll!l it wlIll found out thal /here WiW Mit/Ci'ease and Ii~w additional ilellls f)fworl<
fr in \he ongulru qilliJity control prop iifJ submitted.

at :Wilj,),oIHecotrIDiend?" ; . \

ai, Maintain Ute old submitl$d <ilillJi!y control pro~~:?m
.' Revhled the quality control ptogl'lllll ' ' '

c. i D~lote the iJ'K.'TollllO Hlld the ticw additional itom
d., Any on he above
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93. 1n- itd dellJlily 10m means.
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b. I job <knsily tost ,.: " :
I, .1, 1vIoi8furc denSity ~lafioD t.est

d.: Compaction by vibration '
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94. In luborsfory cornpacUod t~st, Ill0 wet de/wity is 204') J\g!m', til'" r~,rcellt water crmtollt i!\
4.2.~,The cb~v dCIWiiywill be.

, 2048kg/rn' '
b. 1966 kgfrn'
c. 1942 kglm'
d. 1950 kglm'

B\! Flow curv~ ,
h)iMoishli'iJ-densi!y cm-ve f' : Optimll1l1 m()istJ.ti·~ curve t Flow line

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FORM B. UNIT PRICE ANALYSIS

SOUTH EAST TRANSMISSION MAINS PROJECT

UNIT PRICE ANALYSIS
ITEM

DESCRIPTION OF ITEM
NO.

7.6.2
CONCRETE ANCHOR ITHRUST BLOCKS

(HorlzontallVertleal Bends) .- REBARS (Grade 60)

(A) NAME AND SPECIFICATION OUANTITY UNIT

Rebar 1 kg

'" Tie Wire 0.03 kg ...J <!
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TOTAL COST OF MATERIALS

(B) NAME AND CAPACITY NO. OF UNIT
NO.OF
HOURS

Others 1
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TOTAL COST OF EQUIPMENT

(C) DESIGNATION
NO.OF NO.OF

PERSONNEL HOURS
Steelman/laborer, foreman 1 0.06

'" 0
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TOTAL FOR LABOR
( D) TOTAL DIRECT COST (A + B + C )
(E) INDIRECT UNIT COST (20%) TOTAL % OF D

E.1 Overhead Continqencies and Miscellaneous Expenses (
E.2 Profit

( F ) VALUE ADDED TAX (Labor and Equlpmentand Materials)
(G) TOTAL COST OF ITEM ( D + E + F )
f H ) UNIT COST OF ITEM G/Otv.)

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