ASVAB Question of the Week: April 9, 2014

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Answer!

Part of the job of antifreeze is in its name - reducing the coolant's susceptibility to freezing, which requires that antifreeze LOWERS the freezing point of the coolant (to about -34 degrees F) but it also RAISES the boiling point (to about 265 degrees F).

Water, which is normally used to cool the engine, has excellent heat transfer properties while a liquid - and is much less effective while in a gaseous state. The normal 1:1 ratio of water to antifreeze in an engine helps keep the cooling system working to maximum efficiency to preserve the life of the engine.

The answers are A and D