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                            [post_title] => EW _ Required Fill Layers 
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What statement about the selection of Fill Layers is correct?

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What does reactive soil mean?

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Which statement about the Fill Type is correct?

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Is over-compaction of the subgrade a good practice?

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Which statement is INCORRECT about the CBR?

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Which is the suitable compaction equipment for silty soils?

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What does 98% MOD MDD mean?

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Why is an optimum soil moisture level critical to achieve the right compaction degree? 

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Which statement about the earthwork testing levels is correct?

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What factor DOES NOT impact the soil stress under the outrigger?

[edit_link] => [type] => sfwd-question [question_type] => single [points] => 1 [answers] => Array ( [sort_answer] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [answer] => [html] => [points] => 0 [correct] => [sortString] => [sortStringHtml] => [graded] => [gradingProgression] => not-graded-none [gradedType] => [type] => answer ) ) [classic_answer] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [answer] => Crane Lifting Radius [html] => [points] => 1 [correct] => [sortString] => [sortStringHtml] => [graded] => [gradingProgression] => not-graded-none [gradedType] => [type] => answer ) [1] => Array ( [answer] => Bearing Pad Size Under the Outrigger [html] => [points] => 0 [correct] => [sortString] => [sortStringHtml] => [graded] => [gradingProgression] => not-graded-none [gradedType] => [type] => answer ) [2] => Array ( [answer] => Crane Number of Axles [html] => [points] => 0 [correct] => 1 [sortString] => [sortStringHtml] => [graded] => [gradingProgression] => not-graded-none [gradedType] => [type] => answer ) [3] => Array ( [answer] => The Weight of the Load being Lifted [html] => [points] => 0 [correct] => [sortString] => [sortStringHtml] => [graded] => [gradingProgression] => not-graded-none [gradedType] => [type] => answer ) ) [matrix_sort_answer] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [answer] => [html] => [points] => 0 [correct] => [sortString] => [sortStringHtml] => [graded] => [gradingProgression] => not-graded-none [gradedType] => [type] => answer ) ) [cloze_answer] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [answer] => [html] => [points] => 0 [correct] => [sortString] => [sortStringHtml] => [graded] => [gradingProgression] => not-graded-none [gradedType] => [type] => answer ) ) [free_answer] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [answer] => [html] => [points] => 0 [correct] => [sortString] => [sortStringHtml] => [graded] => [gradingProgression] => not-graded-none [gradedType] => [type] => answer ) ) [assessment_answer] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [answer] => [html] => [points] => 0 [correct] => [sortString] => [sortStringHtml] => [graded] => [gradingProgression] => not-graded-none [gradedType] => [type] => answer ) ) [essay] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [answer] => [html] => [points] => 0 [correct] => [sortString] => [sortStringHtml] => [graded] => [gradingProgression] => not-graded-none [gradedType] => [type] => answer ) ) ) [correctMsg] => [incorrectMsg] => [correctSameText] => [tipEnabled] => [tipMsg] => ) ) ) [labels] => Array ( [questions_types] => Array ( [single] => Single choice [multiple] => Multiple choice [free_answer] => "Free" choice [sort_answer] => "Sorting" choice [matrix_sort_answer] => "Matrix Sorting" choice [cloze_answer] => Fill in the blank [assessment_answer] => Assessment [essay] => Essay / Open Answer ) [points] => Array ( [singular] => point [plural] => points ) [questions_types_description] => Array ( [free_answer] => correct answers (one per line) (answers will be converted to lower case) [sort_answer] => Please sort the answers in the right order with the "move" button. The answers will be displayed randomly. [cloze_answer] => Array ( [0] => Use { } to mark a gap and correct answer:
I {play} soccer. [1] => Use [ ] to mark multiple correct answers:
I {[love][hate]} soccer. ) [essay] => Array ( [0] => How should the user submit their answer? [1] => This is a question that can be graded and potentially prevent a user from progressing to the next step of the course. [2] => The user can only progress if the essay is marked as "Graded" and if the user has enough points to move on. [3] => How should the answer to this question be marked and graded upon quiz submission? ) [assessment_answer] => Array ( [0] => Use { } to mark an assessment:
Less true { [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] } More true [1] => Use [ ] to mark selectable items:
Less true { [A] [B] [C] } More true ) ) ) [questions_types_map] => Array ( [single] => classic_answer [multiple] => classic_answer [sort_answer] => sort_answer [matrix_sort_answer] => matrix_sort_answer [cloze_answer] => cloze_answer [free_answer] => free_answer [assessment_answer] => assessment_answer [essay] => essay ) )