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___________ is a label with an adhesive applied to one side.
a) carbonless paper b) gummed label c) plastic based substrate d) pressure sensitive paper
_________ unwanted, pinhead-size opening in the film.
a) black spots b) picking c) pin holes d) white spots
Which is NOT a paper property for digital paper.
a) accepts toner and ink b) free from foreign particles c) heat resistant d) low moisture
How many 3”x5” pieces can be cut from a 12” x 17” parent sheet?
a) 10 b) 12 c) 14 d) 16
_______ are large sheets of paper are typically printed to fold and cut into smaller sizes such as for books, booklets, or brochures.
a) book paper b) bond paper c) carbonless paper d) parent sheet
_________ paper coated with microcapsules that under pressure, transfer an image to a sheet or sheets underneath it.
a) book paper b) carbonless paper c) pressure sensitive paper d) gummed label
_____________ is a global, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of responsible forest management worldwide.
a) Forest Stewardship Council (FCS) b) National Recycling Coalition (NRC) c) National Waste and Recycling Association (NWRA) d) Recycling Organization of North America (RONA)
Calculate the dollar value of 2000 pounds of scrap paper at 2.5 cents per pound
a) 50 b) 500 c) 5000 d) 50000
Which is NOT a paper property for offset paper.
a) dimensional stability b) foreign particles c) high surface strength d) moisture resistant
Calculate how much paper is left after completing a job that required 6,355 sheets when starting with 12, 000 sheets
a) 5465 b) 5656 c) 5645 d) 5654
______________ a paper property that takes into account the work required to tear a paper sample through a specified distance once the tear has started and starting the tear at an edge of the sheet.
a) dimensional stability b) fold strength c) grain direction d) tear strength
____________ the alignment or structure of paper fibers.
a) dimensional stability b) fold strength c) grain direction d) tear strength
_____________ a symbol or logo produced by a raised pattern on the dandy roll that identifies the brand of paper or trademark of a company.
a) flatness b) opacity c) watermark d) whiteness
_____________ a printing problem characterized by the accumulation of paper fibers, bits of detached coating particles, and other debris on the printing plate.
a) black spots b) picking c) piling d) pin holes
_____________ the lifting of paper fibers caused by the softening and weakening of the paper surface or when the pulling force of the ink is greater than the surface of the paper.
a) black spots b) picking c) piling d) pin holes
________ the ability of a sheet of paper to be folded and unfolded repeatedly without tearing.
a) dimensional stability b) fold strength c) grain direction d) tear strength
_____________ the ability of the sheet of paper to block the passage of light.
a) flatness b) opacity c) watermark d) whiteness
____________ weight is the weight, in pounds, of a ream of paper cut to the basic size for a particular grade of paper.
a) basic b) basis c) flatness d) whiteness
_____________ fibers are the raw materials used to make most paper.
a) cellulose b) groundwood c) hardwood d) softwood
Calculate the number of 8.5 x 11 sheets that can be cut from a 23 x 35 inch sheet.
a) 3 b) 4 c) 5 d) 6
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