What is dot hazard 1 division 3?
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What is class 4 division 3 of the DOT hazard classification system?
What type of hazard does hazard class 3 represent?
The type of material found in dot class 3 division 3 is an?
In what hazard division are explosives that have a fire hazard but no explosion hazard?
What type of material is found in DOT class 2 division 3?
The type of material found in DOT class 3 division 2 is a?
Asked in Hazardous Materials Training
What are the DOT hazard classes and their divisions?
Class 1 - Explosives Class 2, Division 1 - Flammable gas Class 2, Division 2 - Non-flammable, non-toxic, non-poisonus gas Class 2, Division 3 - Poisonus gas Class 3 - Flammable Liquid - toluene Class 4, Division 1 - Flammable solid Class 4, Division 2 - Spontaneiously combustible material Class 4, Division 3 - Dangerous when wet material Class 5 - Oxidizers and Organic Peroxides Class 6, Division 1 - Poisonous - Arsenic Class 6, Division 2 - Infectious Agents - Anthrax Class 7 - Radioactive materials - Uranium hexafluoride Class 8 - Corrosives - Sulfuric acid Class 9 - Miscellaneous Hazardous Materials - Solid Caron Dioxide (Dry Ice)
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra
How do you divide numbers in three different ways?
You can indicate division in 3 different ways: (hard to show in the WikiAnswers browser) - with a division sign (a hyphen with a dot above and a dot below) - as a fraction: 3/8 (but on paper the bar would be horizontal) - as multiplication by a reciprocal: 3 x (1/8) (If this doesn't answer your question, please reword it and resubmit it.)
In what DOT class would a material that is a flammable liquid be classified?
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What is Class 3.1 DOT hazard?
There is no such thing as a Class 3.1, or a Division 3.1 in the DOT scheme of classifying hazardous materials. The International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code used to use a Division 3.1 for the most flammable of flammable liquids, but that was removed from the code more than 10 years ago. At present, hazardous materials may be described simply as "Class 3" if they meet the definition of flammable liquids.
Math teaser you have 9 dots forming a square with 1 in the center there are 12 sticks how can you connect all the dots using each stick only once and not crossing anywhere except at the dots?
Starting at the top, 1 stick horizontal between dot 1 and dot 2, then 1 stick horizontal from dot 2 to dot 3, then 1 stick vertical between dot 1 to dot 4, 1 stick vertical between dot 2 to dot 5 and 1 stick vertical from dot 3 to dot 6. 1 stick horizontal between dot 4 and dot 5, then 1 stick horizontal from dot 5 to dot 6, then 1 stick vertical between dot 4 to dot 7, 1 stick vertical between dot 5 to dot 8 and 1 stick vertical from dot 6 to dot 9. 1 stick horizontal between dot 7 to dot 8 and 1 stick horizontal between dot 8 to dot 9, you have now used 12 sticks and none are crossing and all have been used once.