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Question 1

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1. What is the name for information sent from robot sensors to robot controllers?
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  • temperature
  • pressure
  • feedback
  • signal

Question 2

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2. Which one of the following terms refers to the up - down motion of a robot arm?
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  • yaw
  • pitch
  • roll
  • elevate

Question 3

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3. Which of the following terms refers to the left - right movement of a robot arm?
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  • yaw
  • vertical
  • pitch
  • roll

Question 4

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4. Which of the following terms refers to the rotational motion of a robot arm?
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  • swivel
  • axle
  • roll
  • yaw

Question 5

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5. What is the name for the space inside which a robot unit operates?
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  • environment
  • spatial base
  • exclusion zone
  • work envelop

Question 6

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6. Which of the following terms IS NOT one of the five basic parts of a robot?
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  • peripheral tools
  • end effector
  • controller
  • sensor

Question 7

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7. The number of moveable joints in the base, the arm, and the end effector of the robot determines ............... ?
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  • degrees of freedom
  • payload capacity
  • flexibility
  • cost

Question 8

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8. Which of the following places would be LEAST likely to include operational robots?
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  • warehouse
  • factory
  • hospitals
  • private homes

Question 9

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9. For a robot unit to be considered a functional industrial robot, typically, how many degrees of freedom would the robot have?
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  • three
  • four
  • six
  • eight

Question 10

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10. Which of the basic parts of a robot unit would include the computer circuitry that could be programmed to determine what the robot would do?
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  • sensor
  • controller
  • arm
  • end effector

Question 11

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11. Which of the following terms refers to the use of compressed gasses to drive (power) the robot device?
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  • pneumatic
  • hydraulic
  • photo sensitive
  • electric

Question 12

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12. With regard to the physics of power systems used operate robots, which statement or statements is most correct?
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  • hydraulics involves the compression of liquids
  • hydraulics involves the compression of air
  • pneumatics involve the compression of air
  • All of the above are basic principles of physics.

Question 13

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13. Which of the following statements concerning implementation of robotic systems is correct? Select the BEST answer.
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  • implementation of robots CAN save existing jobs
  • implementation of robots CAN create new jobs
  • robotics could prevent a business from closing
  • all of the above are possible (correct answer, your response)

Question 14

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14. Which of the following IS NOT one of the advantages associated with a robotics implementation program?
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  • Low costs for hardware and software
  • Robots work continuously around the clock
  • Quality of manufactured goods can be improved.
  • Reduced company cost for worker fringe benefits

Question 15

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15. Which of the following "laws" is Azimov's first and most important law of robotics?
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  • robot actions must never result in damage to the robot
  • robots must never take actions harmful to humans
  • robots must make business a greater profit
  • robots should be used to eliminate jobs of human workers

Question 16

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16. Behavior based navigation is better than planning based navigation in some situations because:
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  • It uses a world model
  • Behaviors cannot be fused through competitive coordination schemes
  • It navigates by planning a path around obstacles.
  • None of the above

Question 17

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17. In general, a locomotion system can possibly have
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  • Good stability and Good controllability and Good maneuverability
  • Good controllability and Good maneuverability
  • Good stability and Good controllability
  • None of the above

Question 18

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18. A robot using control inputs to predict position estimates is moving in the negative y direction in a global coordinate frame. With respect to the variance in its final position estimate, it will have:
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  • Greatest variance in the y direction
  • Equal variance in the x and y directions
  • Least variance in the direction orthogonal to its motion
  • None of the above

Question 19

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19. In order to follow a delayed sequence of set movements, without direct user control, a robot must be _____
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  • controlled
  • controlled by a remote.
  • computerized.
  • programmed.

Question 20

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20. A programming “loop” does which of the following?
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  • Starts the program code
  • Stops the program code
  • Performs multiple functions
  • Repeats a section of program code

Question 21

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21. A computer program consists of ______ that tells the computer to do something.
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  • sensors
  • code
  • lights
  • robots

Question 22

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22. Which of the following enables a robot to investigate and react to its environment?
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  • Tires
  • Sensors
  • LCD panels
  • Mechanical arms

Question 23

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23. What is a computer program?
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  • Computer generated text
  • The hardware that controls a computer
  • Instructions written in a language a computer understands
  • Language that is built into a robot

Question 24

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24. Which of the following is a wireless connection?
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  • Bluetooth
  • RCX
  • USB
  • Serial port

Question 25

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25. Which of the following is an automated machine that works on an assembly line?
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  • Industrial robot
  • Assembly robot
  • Domestic robot
  • Android

Question 26

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26. Which of the following is not use for robot?
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  • Maintenance and repair
  • Assembly line
  • Mental calculation
  • Exploration

Question 27

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27. Which of the following statement is incorrect?
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  • Automation is the application of machines to tasks once performed by people.
  • Automation control devices manage themselves once given suitable instructions.
  • Feedback principle used in automation control is a recent development
  • Development of automation has becomes dependent on the use of computer technology.

Question 28

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28. Which of the following is the person who wrote the three laws of robotics?
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  • Karel Capek
  • Isaac Asimov
  • Joseph-Marie Jacquard
  • Richard Hohn

Question 29

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29. Which of the following is an input device that measures data from the environment?
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  • Actuator
  • Microcontroller
  • Automated control
  • Sensor

Question 30

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30. Which of the following is a sensor that measures the movement of an object?
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  • Pressure sensor
  • Motion sensor
  • Action sensor
  • Touch sensor

Question 31

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31. Which of the following is a device that receive information from an input device and changes the output if required?
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  • Microprocessor
  • Actuator
  • Sending device
  • Controller

Question 32

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32. Which of the following is the most common type of actuator?
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  • Electric motor
  • Stepper motor
  • Solenoid
  • Hydraulic pump

Question 33

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33. What DOF mean?
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  • Do of Force
  • Degree of Freedom
  • Doing of Force
  • Degree of Force

Question 34

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34. Automated systems use automated control to perform a task
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  • True
  • False

Question 35

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35. General robotics arms have seven degrees of freedom.
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  • True
  • False

Question 36

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36. What is the third laws of robot’s by science fiction author Isaac Asimov?
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  • A robot cannot destroy itself.
  • Robot can work independently.
  • Robot can see the object.
  • Robot must have legs.

Question 37

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37. The Basic Components of a Robotic System are.
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  • Controller and Mechanical robot arm
  • Controller and sensors
  • Robot arm and camera
  • Robot arm and gripper

Question 38

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38. Robots are changing the nature of manufacturing system.
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  • True
  • False

Question 39

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39. Mechanically, a robot is composed of
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  • Arm, wrist and tool
  • Tool, wrist and controller
  • Sensor, arm and tool
  • Device, wrist and tool

Question 40

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40. Six different lower-pair joints possible are
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  • revolute (rotary), prismatic (sliding), cylindrical, spherical, linear, and planar.
  • revolute (rotary), prismatic (sliding), cylindrical, spherical, screw, and planar.
  • position, prismatic (sliding), cylindrical, spherical, screw, and planar.
  • revolute (rotary), prismatic (sliding), cylindrical, spherical, screw, and 3D.

Question 41

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41. What are the common joints for the manipulator?
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  • rotary and roll
  • rotary and prismatic
  • yaw and prismatic
  • rotary and DOF

Question 42

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42. In most general instances, robot kinematics model contains of
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  • geometric and mechanical parameters
  • machine and non-geometric parameters
  • geometric and non-geometric parameters
  • geometric and non-algebraic parameters

Question 43

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43. The basic robot configuration of Cartesian Coordinates has
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  • Six Linear Axes
  • No Linear Axes
  • DOF Linear Axes
  • Three Linear Axes

Question 44

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44. The basic robot configuration of Cylindrical Coordinates has
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  • Three Linear, One Rotary
  • Two Linear, One Rotary
  • One Linear, One Rotary
  • Three Linear, Three Rotary

Question 45

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45. The basic robot configuration of Spherical Coordinates has
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  • Two Linear, Two Rotary
  • Six Linear, Two Rotary
  • One Linear, Two Rotary
  • Three Linear, Three Rotary

Question 46

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46. The basic robot configuration of Revolute or Articulated has
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  • Six Rotary
  • Two Rotary
  • One Rotary
  • Three Rotary

Question 47

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47. Common Gripper Structure compose of
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  • joint, pitch, yaw
  • link, pitch, roll
  • roll, pitch, yaw
  • roll, pitch, link

Question 48

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48. The three coordinate systems described are
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  • World, Base and tool coordinates.
  • X, Y and Z coordinates.
  • Roll, Pitch and Yaw coordinates.
  • World, Base and space coordinates.

Question 49

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49. There two problems are related with the robot arm kinematics are.
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  • Direct kinematics and Forward kinematics
  • Direct kinematics and Inverse kinematics
  • Dynamics and inverse kinematics
  • Dynamics and control

Question 50

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50. The inputs for the direct kinematics are?
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  • Joint force
  • Joint angles
  • Angular momentum
  • Joint velocity
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