Seamanship 1-6

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SEAMANSHIP:NS101/6113 (FALL-2007-1) > ASSIGNMENTS > REVIEW ASSESSMENT: SHIP'S CHARACTERISTICS HOMEWORK Review Assessment: Ship's Characteristics Homework Name Ship's Characteristics Homework Status Completed Score 112 out of 112 points Instructions Question 1 26 out of 26 points Matching
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Question Selected Match Stem M. The point of the hull at the bow. Shell Plating C. Sides of the hull. Levels E. Similar to the decks, but located above the main deck. Main Deck F. Uppermost deck that runs continuously from bow to stern. Bilge H. Intersection of side plating and bottom plating. Frames D. Fastened to the keel and runs athwartships, supporting the watertight skin. Weather Deck G. Portion of the main deck and the upper levels exposed to the weather. Keel A. Backbone of the ship. Compartment K. Rooms aboard ships. Bounded by overheads, bulkheads, and decks. Bulkhead I. Walls aboard ships. Overhead L. Ceiling aboard ships. Hull J. Main body of the ship. Deck B. Divides ship into horizontal tiers or layers of compartments. Question 2 10 out of 10 points The material condition of readiness that affords a ship the least amount of protection is: Selected Answer: a. X-ray Question 3 6 out of 6 points
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Material condition of readiness set when entering or leaving port, during wartime, or during General Quarters is: Selected Answer: c. Zebra Question 4 10 out of 10 points Fittings secured during condition Zebra, also secured separately during “darken ship” conditions is: Selected Answer: c. Dog Zebra Question 5 10 out of 10 points In compartment numbering, the main deck is numbered Selected Answer: a. 1 Question 6 10 out of 10 points Which part of the compartment number 01-123-0-E indicates the frame? Selected Answer: b. 123 Question 7 10 out of 10 points The compartment in question #6 (01-123-0-E) is Selected Answer: c. On the centerline Question 8 10 out of 10 points The compartment in question #6 (01-123-0-E) is what type of space? Selected Answer: b. Engineering Question 9 10 out of 10 points Which fittings are secured in the event of a CBR attack? Selected Answer: a. Circle William Question 10 10 out of 10 points
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What is the proper compartment number for an engineering space located on the main deck, between frames 200 and 240, two compartments to starboard of the centerline? Selected Answer: c. 1-200-3-E SEAMANSHIP:NS101/6113 (FALL-2007-1) > ASSIGNMENTS > REVIEW ASSESSMENT: STANDARD COMMAND HOMEWORK Review Assessment: Standard Command Homework Name Standard Command Homework Status Completed Score 200 out of 200 points Instructions Question 1 10 out of 10 points You would like to make a turn to starboard using standard rudder. What is you command? Selected
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course NS NS 101 taught by Professor Ltpollard during the Spring '08 term at Naval Academy.

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