ASVAB Question of the Week: September 6, 2017

Here's our weekly ASVAB practice question - the answer is posted in the comment section below!

ASVAB practice question

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The best way to join two metals with a high-strength joint is by welding.

Welding differs from soldering in that welding involves much higher temperatures which actually melt the base metal of the objects to be joined. Soldering, on the other hand, melts a metal alloy (usually a mix of tin and lead) to the surface of two metals. Soldering occurs at a much lower temperature than welding.

The answer is A) welding.