4.

At 18 km out, you arrive at a curve in the road. The traveled way is

four lanes wide. Your team gathers the measurements to use the formula to

determine the radius of the curve. They have found that C=20 meters and M=2

meters. What is the radius of the curve?

A.

26 meters.

B.

25.6 meters.

C.

20 meters.

D.

40 meters.

5.

You have obtained an overlay from a previous reconnaissance of the

route. It contains the route classification formula 10.5m/X/50/4.6 (OB)(W).

This tells you that at the time they conducted the reconnaissance...

A.

there were no major obstructions.

B.

the route was 10.5 meters wide at its widest point.

C.

the route was 4.6 meters wide at its narrowest point.

D.

the route is subject to regular, recurrent flooding.

6.

Using the route classification formula in question 5, you also know

that at the time of their reconnaissance,

A.

the route was an all weather highway with a waterproof surface.

B.

the route was a limited, all weather highway.

C.

a portion of the route was unpaved.

7.

The same engineer overlay notes a portion of the road as having a road

classification formula as A 5.0/6.2k. This tells you that the road in this

area has

A.

a concrete

surface.

B.

an overall

length of 6.2 kilometers.

C.

an overall

width of 5.0 meters.

D.

there were

some limiting factors on the road.

8.

One of your teams has measured the horizontal and vertical distances

of a slope. The horizontal distance was 21 meters. The vertical distance

was 3 meters. What is the percent of slope?

A.

7 percent.

B.

14 percent.

C.

9 percent.

D.

3 percent.

9.

You notice a bridge symbol on the engineer reconnaissance that has the

letters "RL" above it. What should you expect to find at that location?

A.

A bridge with a limited road length.

B.

The right lane of the bridge blocked.

C.

The roadway of the bridge is limited.

D.

Railroad tracks across the bridge.

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