5 - PKG 101 MOD 5 1. A ream of paperboard is 3,000 sq ft,...

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Unformatted text preview: PKG 101 MOD 5 1. A ream of paperboard is 3,000 sq ft, cut into sheets of a standard size. A. True* B. False 2. When you take class notes in a spiral bound notebook, you are using A. Fine paper* B. Sanitary paper C. Tissue paper D. Kraft paper E. Industrial paper F. Decorative paper 3. The school of Packaging building has about 48,000 square feet of floor space. How many reams of paper would be needed to cover this area? A. 48 reams B. 24 reams C. 3,000 reams D. 16 reams* E. 48,000 reams F. 15.5 reams G. None of the other answers is correct 4. What was the first product marketed in a folding carton? A. Bordens condensed milk B. Uneeda Biscuit* C. Cordens evaporated milk D. Kraft Macaroni and cheese E. Coors beer 5. The headbox is the first part of a Fourdrinier machine. A. True* B. False 6. What is the source of most of the adhesive used to manufacture corrugated board in the US?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course PKG 101 taught by Professor Haroldhughes during the Winter '08 term at Michigan State University.

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5 - PKG 101 MOD 5 1. A ream of paperboard is 3,000 sq ft,...

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