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Friday, March 6, 2009

Review Questions: Building Technology 05


Here's Building Technology Quiz 05 (Materials & Methods of Construction).

There will be 15 questions randomly picked from a database of 40 questions.
Each time you take the quiz, there will be different questions appearing. Enjoy!!!

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  1. Please rethink question 9 -- a TROUGH is a GUTTER... a MOAT is a WATER TRAP usually found outside a fortification as protection against assault.. Key words should be carrying off water... in Moats they are usually deep ditches filled with water

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  2. It should be CULL and not CULT. Cult refers to a certain form of religious group and Cull refers to things that are being set aside for it is inferior in quality so it should be CULL.

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  3. a beam that projects one of its supports is OVERHANGING BEAM according to Ching's visual dictionary. If extending on both supports, it is DOUBLE OVERHANGING BEAM.

    a CANTILEVER BEAM is a projecting beam supported at only one fixed end.

    Correct me if i'm wrong, but this is what i know.

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  4. Strips of hardwood, usually 2x2” laid over a concrete slab floor???
    db SLEEPER un?

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  5. SLEEPER din ang pagkkaalam ko sa 2x2" laid over a concrete slab floor,itinuro yan ni Archt Raffy Alli sa review

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  6. i agree with the explanation between Gutter and MOAT. . .

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  7. PLease check for some typo errors,

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  8. Sir kindly review the question "
    Q.1)A tough used for carrying off water
    A. gutter
    B. none of these
    C. moat
    D. valley duet
    your answer is letter C (moat) but when i check it in Visual Dictionary book of DK Ching the meaning of moat is "a broad deep ditch ,usually filled with water". While the meaning of Gutter is "a channel of metal or wood at the eaves or on the roof for carrying off rain water". I think sir "Gutter" is the possible answer,Pls kindly clarify sir. Thanks

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  9. cull dapat ang answer...then gutter...at yong sleeper ang tama..

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  10. yap ... your right ... sleeper ... is the answer

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