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2-40. Tattle-tale cords can be used to determine  the  strength  of  aramid (Kevlar) fiber line. 1. True 2. False 2-41. What  publication  contains  the safety  precaution  for  handling synthetic  fiber  line? 1. Naval Ships' Technical Manual, Chapter  612 2. Naval Ships' Technical Manual, Chapter  613 3. Naval Ships' Technical Manual, Chapter  614 4. Naval Ships' Technical Manual, Chapter  615 2-42. What  line  is  recommended  by  NAVSEA for use aboard ships for mooring lines and tending lines? 1. Aramid  fiber  (Kevlar) 2. Natural  fiber 3. Polyethylene 4. Polypropylene 2-43. When  synthetic  line  is  placed  under tension,  line  handlers  should  be placed how many degrees from the direction  of  the  tension  force? 1. 30° 2. 45° 3. 60° 4. 90° 2-44. Which of the following knots is known  to  offer  reasonable  security in synthetic lines? 1. Bowline 2. Square 3. Reef 4. Double  carrick 2-45. The maximum length to which a 300-foot  double-braided  hawser  can be  stretched  without  parting  is approximately  how  many  feet? 2-46. Which of the following is NOT a visual  warning  that  synthetic  line tension is exceeding its safe working limit and is in danger of parting? 1. The line begins to smoke because  of  the  heat  generated by  stretching 2. The  line  diameter  becomes larger  as  stretching  continues 3. The  line  diameter  becomes smaller  as  stretching  continues 4. The  tattle-tale  cord  lays  taut against the line 2-47. A recommended way to make up a line is to lay it out in long, flat bights. What  procedure  is  this called? 1. Coiling 2. Faking 3. Flemishing 4. Laying 2-48. What is the purpose for whipping a loose line? 1. To  prevent  unlaying 2. To  prevent  chafing 3. To  prevent  deterioration 4. To  prevent  kinking 2-49. For what purpose is a wooden fid used? 1. To splice wire 2. To splice line 3. To  splice  spring  lay 4. To  tighten  shackles 2-50. What tool should you use to splice wire? 1. A fid 2. A  mallet 3. An awl 4. A  marlinespike 2-51. What is the best knot to use for making a temporary eye in a mooring line? 1. 325 2. 354 3. 372 4. 400 1. Square 2. Rose 3. Bowline 4. Sheepshank 11

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