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When a cable is marked 10\/3, what does the number three represent?”:{“value”:null,”type”:”radio”},”24. The lower voltage winding of a transformer can be identified by the symbols:”:{“value”:null,”type”:”radio”},”25. 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I lost track of it as I was younger and would now like to finish what I started and stay on the track to success.”,”type”:”textarea”},”Additional Comments”:{“value”:”I have a great ability to adapt work situations and have the aptitude to accomplish a variety of work as my father has taught me a pinch in every trade over the years. I have finished driveways, ran underground service from homes to separate buildings and installed all electrical, replaced roofs and assisted in building a home from the foundation up. I have had a hand in every construction trade for at least a basic understanding of it’s working and have a great ability to accomplish any task with help or on my own. I can carry lumber all day or be the man that nails the studs off and sets the wall after tyvek is placed and capped. I can go any direction in construction. And would like to go back the direction I initially planned when I decided to go to trade school.”,”type”:”textarea”},”Signature”:{“value”:”Zackory Hammond”,”type”:”text”},”Confirm”:{“value”:[“I have read and understand all the information above.”],”type”:”checkbox”},”Date”:{“value”:”Aug 09, 2020″,”type”:”datetime”},”Upload resume (optional)”:{“value”:””,”type”:”file”}}

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