5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Acknowledgement Cards
- Federal Trade Commission
- a The upper and lower limits of a series of numbers
- b Cremated human remains.
- c An agency of federal government created in 1914 to promote free and fair competition by prevention if trade restraints, price fixing, false advertising, and other unfair methods of competition
- d The portion of the casket shell containing the top body molding, body panel, base molding, and casket bottom
- e Cards of recognition sent to friends for kindness shown to a deceased's family
5 Multiple choice questions
- A measurement of thickness of metals; the number of sheets of metal necessary to equal approximately one inch of thickness.
- A furnace or retort for cremating dead human bodies; a building that houses a retort.
- an outer enclosure which offers protection from the earth load as well as possessing sealing qualities.
- a thin crinkled cloth of silk, rayon, cotton, or wool
- A combination of a tailored interior with one or more other styles of interior; for effect.
5 True/False questions
Functional Pricing → A method of price quotation which creates one total price package for both service and merchandise.
Octagon → The top most part of the casket shell, including the ogee, crown, pie, and header
Air Seal → A transfer container consisting of a wooden tray with a cardboard covering for the casket.
Outer Burial Container → A non-metal receptacle or enclosure, without ornamentation or a fixed interior lining, designed for the encasement of human remains and which is made of cardboard, pressed-wood, composition material, or pouches of canvas or other material
Sales Frequency → A metal alloy of steel, chromium, and sometimes nickel which is used in casket construction; noted for its ability to resist rust.