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• 1.

Under this rule, housing project will be mandatory to provide

• A.

Community facilities

• B.

Parks and playgrounds

• C.

• D.

Drainage system

B. Parks and playgrounds
Explanation
Under this rule, housing projects will be required to provide community facilities, parks, and playgrounds. This is likely to ensure that residents have access to recreational spaces and areas for physical activity. Parks and playgrounds contribute to the overall well-being and quality of life in a community, providing opportunities for social interaction, exercise, and relaxation. By including these amenities, the rule aims to create a more livable and sustainable environment for the residents.

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• 2.

Parks and playground must be atleast

• A.

100 sq.m.

• B.

200 sq.m.

• C.

150 sq.m.

• D.

250 sq.m.

A. 100 sq.m.
Explanation
The minimum requirement for parks and playgrounds is 100 sq.m. This means that any park or playground must have an area of at least 100 square meters to meet the minimum standards.

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• 3.

How much in percentage of parks and playgrounds must be allocated for 150 and below dwelling units?

• A.

4%

• B.

3.5%

• C.

5%

• D.

7%

B. 3.5%
Explanation
The correct answer is 3.5%. This means that 3.5% of parks and playgrounds should be allocated for 150 and below dwelling units. This allocation ensures that there is enough recreational space for residents living in these smaller units. It is important to provide equal access to parks and playgrounds for all residents, regardless of the size of their dwelling units. Allocating 3.5% of the total park and playground area for these smaller units strikes a balance between providing enough space for recreational activities and accommodating the needs of different types of housing units.

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• 4.

How much in percentage of parks and playgrounds must be allocated for 151-160 dwelling units?

• A.

4%

• B.

3.5%

• C.

5%

• D.

7%

A. 4%
Explanation
The correct answer is 4%. This means that 4% of parks and playgrounds must be allocated for 151-160 dwelling units.

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• 5.

How much in percentage of parks and playgrounds must be allocated for 161-175 dwelling units?

• A.

3.5%

• B.

5%

• C.

6%

• D.

7%

B. 5%
Explanation
The correct answer is 5% because it is the percentage that must be allocated for parks and playgrounds for 161-175 dwelling units. This means that out of the total area or space available for development, 5% should be dedicated to parks and playgrounds.

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• 6.

How much in percentage of parks and playgrounds must be allocated for 176-200 dwelling units?

• A.

5%

• B.

6%

• C.

7%

• D.

3.5%

B. 6%
Explanation
The correct answer is 6%. This means that out of all the parks and playgrounds available, 6% of them should be allocated for 176-200 dwelling units. This ensures that there is enough recreational space for the residents living in these dwelling units.

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• 7.

How much in percentage of parks and playgrounds must be allocated for 201 - 225 dwelling units?

• A.

6%

• B.

5%

• C.

3.5%

• D.

7%

D. 7%
Explanation
The correct answer is 7%. This means that 7% of the total area for parks and playgrounds should be allocated for 201 - 225 dwelling units. This suggests that a larger proportion of the area should be dedicated to parks and playgrounds in order to accommodate the higher number of dwelling units.

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• 8.

How much in percentage of parks and playgrounds must be allocated for 226 dwelling units?

• A.

7%

• B.

4%

• C.

9%

• D.

5%

C. 9%
Explanation
The correct answer is 9%. This means that 9% of the total area must be allocated for parks and playgrounds in order to accommodate the 226 dwelling units.

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• 9.

1 COMMUNITY FACILITIES WILL BE PROVIDED FOR HOUSING PROJECTS AND WILL BE MANDATORY FOR HOW MUCH IN HECTARE

• A.

1 AND ABOVE

• B.

2 AND ABAVE

• C.

3 AND ABOVE

• D.

4 AND ABOVE

A. 1 AND ABOVE
Explanation
Community facilities will be provided for housing projects that are 1 hectare or larger. This means that any housing project that is 1 hectare or more will be required to have community facilities.

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• 10.

HOW MANY PERCENT OF COMMUNITY FACILITIES WILL BE PROVIDE IF THE PROJECT HOUSING WILL BE 150 AND BELOW DWELLING UNITS

• A.

1

• B.

2

• C.

2.5

A. 1
Explanation
The correct answer is 1. This means that if the project housing has 150 and below dwelling units, 100% of the community facilities will be provided. In other words, all the necessary facilities for the community will be included in the project housing, ensuring that the residents have access to essential amenities and services.

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• 11.

HOW MANY PERCENT OF COMMUNITY FACILITIES WILL BE PROVIDE IF THE PROJECT HOUSING WILL BE 152-225 DWELLING UNITS

• A.

1

• B.

1.5

• C.

2

B. 1.5
Explanation
The correct answer is 1.5. This means that if the project housing consists of 152-225 dwelling units, 1.5 percent of the community facilities will be provided.

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• 12.

HOW MANY PERCENT OF COMMUNITY FACILITIES WILL BE PROVIDE IF THE PROJECT HOUSING WILL BE 225 AND ABOVE DWELLING UNITS

• A.

1

• B.

1.5

• C.

2

C. 2
Explanation
The correct answer is 2. If the project housing consists of 225 or more dwelling units, then 2 percent of community facilities will be provided.

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• 13.

Under this rule, the planning consideration will be: a. Observance of hierarchy of roads                                                 b. Conformance to natural topography                                                 c. Consideration for access and safety                                         and  d.

• A.

Ordinances within the municipality or city

• B.

Optimization as to number of lots to lessen area for roads

• C.

The budget that will be allocated for this project

B. Optimization as to number of lots to lessen area for roads
Explanation
The correct answer is optimization as to the number of lots to lessen the area for roads. This means that in the planning process, the consideration will be given to minimizing the amount of land that needs to be allocated for roads by optimizing the layout and design of the lots. This approach aims to make the most efficient use of the available space and maximize the usable area for development.

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• 14.

The thickness of the road asphalt will be at least

• A.

45

• B.

60

• C.

55

C. 55
Explanation
The correct answer is 55. This suggests that the minimum thickness of the road asphalt should be 55.

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• 15.

IN THE RROW (ROAD RIGHT OF WAY) ALLEY WILL BE PROVIDED FOR HOW MUCH AND AT LEAST WIDTH? AND WILL NOT BE USED FOR ACCESS TO PROPERTY.

• A.

1 M

• B.

2 M

• C.

3 M

B. 2 M
Explanation
The correct answer is 2 M. In the road right of way, an alley will be provided with a minimum width of 2 M. This alley is not intended to be used for access to property.

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• 16.

The thickness of the concrete road  will be at least

• A.

200mm

• B.

150mm

• C.

100mm

B. 150mm
Explanation
The correct answer is 150mm because this thickness is commonly used for concrete roads. It provides enough strength and durability to withstand the weight of vehicles and the stresses caused by traffic. A thickness of 200mm may be used for heavy-duty roads or highways, while a thickness of 100mm may be suitable for lighter traffic areas such as residential streets. However, 150mm strikes a balance between strength and cost-effectiveness for most typical road construction projects.

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• 17.

The maximum length of a path walk under this rule is

• A.

60m

• B.

75m

• C.

65m

A. 60m
Explanation
The maximum length of a path walk under this rule is 60m because it is the only option provided.

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• 18.

The concrete road must be __________ at 28 days

• A.

20 mpa

• B.

20.7 mpa

• C.

30 mpa

• D.

30.7 mpa

B. 20.7 mpa
Explanation
The correct answer is 20.7 MPa. This is because the concrete road must have a compressive strength of at least 20.7 MPa at 28 days. Compressive strength is a measure of the ability of the concrete to withstand compressive forces without breaking or crumbling. It is an important factor in determining the durability and longevity of the road. Therefore, the concrete must meet this minimum strength requirement to ensure its structural integrity and longevity.

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• 19.

Under this rule, the side walk or alley must be what finished

• A.

Paint

• B.

Concrete

• C.

Asphalt

• D.

Explanation
Under this rule, the sidewalk or alley must be finished with macadam. Macadam is a type of road surface that is made up of crushed stone or gravel mixed with tar. It is commonly used for paving roads and walkways due to its durability and ability to withstand heavy traffic. Therefore, according to the given information, macadam is the correct choice for finishing the sidewalk or alley.

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• 20.

Minimum lot area for single detached for economic housing

• A.

72

• B.

64

• C.

54

• D.

48

A. 72
Explanation
The minimum lot area required for a single detached house in the economic housing category is 72 square units. This means that any lot area below 72 square units would not meet the requirements for economic housing.

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• 21.

Minimum lot area for single detached for socialized  housing

• A.

72

• B.

64

• C.

54

• D.

48

B. 64
Explanation
The minimum lot area required for a single detached socialized housing is 64. This means that for a house to be classified as socialized housing, it must have a lot area of at least 64 square meters. This requirement ensures that the houses built for socialized housing are of a certain size to provide adequate living space for the occupants.

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• 22.

Minimum lot area for duplex-single detached for economic  housing

• A.

72

• B.

64

• C.

54

• D.

48

C. 54
Explanation
The minimum lot area for a duplex-single detached for economic housing is 54. This means that in order to build a duplex-single detached house that falls under the economic housing category, the minimum area required for the lot is 54 units. This minimum requirement ensures that there is enough space for the construction of the house while still maintaining affordability for potential buyers.

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• 23.

Minimum lot area for duplex-single detached for socialized  housing

• A.

72

• B.

64

• C.

54

• D.

48

D. 48
Explanation
The correct answer is 48. This suggests that the minimum lot area required for a duplex-single detached housing unit in the socialized housing category is 48.

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• 24.

Minimum lot area for rowhouses  for economic  housing

• A.

54

• B.

48

• C.

36

• D.

32

C. 36
Explanation
The minimum lot area for rowhouses for economic housing is 36. This means that in order to qualify as an economic housing rowhouse, the lot area must be at least 36 square units.

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• 25.

Minimum lot area for rowhouses  for socialized  housing

• A.

54

• B.

48

• C.

36

• D.

32

D. 32
Explanation
The minimum lot area required for rowhouses in socialized housing is 32. This means that in order to build rowhouses in a socialized housing project, each unit must have a minimum lot area of 32. This requirement ensures that there is enough space for each rowhouse unit to be adequately sized and allows for proper living conditions for the residents.

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• 26.

Lot frontage for corner lot

• A.

8m

• B.

4m

• C.

6m

A. 8m
Explanation
The given answer of 8m is the correct lot frontage for a corner lot. A corner lot refers to a property that is situated on the corner of two intersecting streets. In this case, the lot frontage represents the measurement of the property's boundary that faces one of the streets. Since it is a corner lot, it would have two frontages, and the correct answer of 8m indicates that one of the boundaries facing the street is 8 meters in length.

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• 27.

Lot frontage for regular lot

• A.

8m

• B.

4m

• C.

6m

A. 8m
Explanation
The given answer, 8m, is the lot frontage for a regular lot. This means that the width of the lot facing the street is 8 meters. The frontage is an important measurement when determining the dimensions and layout of a property, as it affects factors such as building placement, driveway access, and landscaping possibilities. Therefore, knowing the lot frontage is crucial for planning and development purposes.

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• 28.

Lot frontage for irregular lot

• A.

8m

• B.

4m

• C.

6m

B. 4m
Explanation
The lot frontage refers to the width of the front side of a lot. In this case, the lot is irregular, meaning it does not have a regular shape. The given answer of 4m indicates that the width of the front side of the lot is 4 meters.

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• 29.

Lot frontage for interior lot

• A.

4m

• B.

3.5m

• C.

4.5m

B. 3.5m
Explanation
The given answer, 3.5m, is the correct answer because it is the lot frontage measurement for an interior lot. Lot frontage refers to the width of the lot that faces the street or road. In this case, the interior lot has a frontage of 3.5m, indicating that it is narrower than the other options provided (4m and 4.5m).

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• 30.

Lot frontage for single attached or duplex

• A.

8m

• B.

6m

• C.

4m

B. 6m
Explanation
The given answer of 6m is the correct lot frontage for a single attached or duplex. This means that the width of the lot should be 6 meters in order to accommodate a single attached house or a duplex. A lot frontage refers to the width of the lot that faces the street or road. In this case, a 6m frontage would provide enough space for a single attached house or a duplex to be built on the lot.

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• 31.

Lot frontage for row houses

• A.

3m

• B.

4m

• C.

5m

• D.

8m

B. 4m
Explanation
The given answer, 4m, is the correct lot frontage for row houses. Lot frontage refers to the width of the lot or the distance between the two side boundaries of a property. In the context of row houses, where multiple houses are attached in a row, a lot frontage of 4m would provide enough space for each individual house to have a suitable width. This width allows for proper separation between the row houses and ensures that each unit has enough space for its own entrance and facade.

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• 32.

Row houses will be maximum of how many units?

• A.

20

• B.

15

• C.

25

• D.

30

A. 20
Explanation
Row houses will be maximum of 20 units because the question asks for the maximum number of units in row houses. Among the given options, 20 is the highest number, indicating that row houses can have a maximum of 20 units.

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• 33.

The maximum length of row houses will be

• A.

100m

• B.

120m

• C.

60m

• D.

200m

A. 100m
Explanation
The maximum length of row houses will be 100m. This means that the row houses cannot exceed a length of 100 meters.

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• 34.

The minimum floor area for economic housing will be

• A.

25 sq.m.

• B.

22 sq.m.

• C.

18 sq.m.

• D.

14 sq.m.

B. 22 sq.m.
Explanation
The minimum floor area for economic housing is determined based on various factors such as affordability, functionality, and livability. It is important to provide adequate space for individuals or families to comfortably live and carry out their daily activities. In this case, the correct answer of 22 sq.m. suggests that this is the minimum floor area deemed sufficient for economic housing, meeting the basic requirements for a livable space while also taking into consideration cost-effectiveness.

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• 35.

The minimum floor area for socialized housing will be

• A.

25 sq.m.

• B.

22 sq.m.

• C.

18 sq.m.

• D.

16 sq.m.

C. 18 sq.m.
Explanation
The correct answer is 18 sq.m. This is because the minimum floor area for socialized housing is determined by government regulations or policies. In this case, the minimum floor area requirement is set at 18 sq.m. This means that any housing unit designated as socialized housing must have a floor area of at least 18 sq.m.

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• 36.

Under this rule, the setback in the front will be provide is

• A.

1.5m

• B.

2.0m

• C.

3.0m

A. 1.5m
Explanation
According to the given rule, the setback in the front will be provided at a distance of 1.5m.

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• 37.

Under this rule, the setback in the sides will be provide is

• A.

1.5m

• B.

2.0m

• C.

3.0m

A. 1.5m
Explanation
The correct answer is 1.5m because according to the given rule, the setback in the sides will be provided at a distance of 1.5m.

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• 38.

This type of wall will be mandatory for row houses, duplex, and alike

• A.

Party wall

• B.

Fire wall

• C.

Boundary wall

• D.

Retaining wall

B. Fire wall
Explanation
A fire wall is a type of wall that is mandatory for row houses, duplexes, and similar structures. It is designed to prevent the spread of fire between adjacent buildings or units. This type of wall is constructed with fire-resistant materials and has specific requirements for fire rating and thickness. It acts as a barrier, limiting the potential damage and allowing occupants to safely evacuate in case of a fire.

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• 39.

Under this rule, the setback in the rear will be provided is

• A.

1.5m

• B.

2.0m

• C.

3.0m

B. 2.0m
Explanation
According to the given information, the setback in the rear will be provided at 2.0m.

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• 40.

If there is no public or exisitng services or utilities like water distribution system, independent sources must be provided with at least how may liters per day

• A.

100

• B.

150

• C.

200

B. 150
Explanation
If there are no public or existing services or utilities like a water distribution system, independent sources must be provided with at least 150 liters per day. This amount is necessary to meet the basic needs of individuals for drinking, cooking, cleaning, and sanitation purposes. Providing less than 150 liters per day may result in inadequate access to clean water, which can have negative impacts on health and hygiene.

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• 41.

For single family dwellings, all yards must have at least ____m horizontal dimension

• A.

1.5

• B.

2

• C.

3

• D.

4

B. 2
Explanation
For single family dwellings, it is required that all yards have a minimum horizontal dimension of 2 meters. This means that each yard must be at least 2 meters wide. This ensures that there is enough space for outdoor activities and provides a certain level of privacy between neighboring properties. A smaller dimension may not be sufficient for practical use and may not meet the regulations or standards set for single family dwellings.

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• 42.

For inner courts, passage way must be provided on it with a minimum width of

• A.

1.2

• B.

2.0

• C.

1.8

• D.

3.0

A. 1.2
Explanation
The correct answer is 1.2. In inner courts, a passage way must be provided with a minimum width of 1.2. This means that there should be enough space for people to move comfortably within the inner courts. Providing a passage way with a width of 1.2 ensures that there is sufficient room for people to pass through without feeling cramped or restricted. It also allows for easy movement of any equipment or furniture that may need to be transported within the inner courts.

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• 43.

For habitable rooms the height of floor to ceiling is

• A.

2.7

• B.

2.4

• C.

2.0

• D.

2.8

C. 2.0
Explanation
The correct answer is 2.0. This is because the height of floor to ceiling in habitable rooms is typically standardized at 2.0 meters. This height allows for comfortable movement and living space within the room.

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• 44.

Mezzanine floor area will be how many percent of the floor area in the ground

• A.

50

• B.

20

• C.

30

• D.

60

A. 50
Explanation
The mezzanine floor area will be 50% of the floor area on the ground.

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• 45.

Mezzanine height from finish floor to ceiling is

• A.

2.0

• B.

1.8

• C.

1.4

• D.

2.7

B. 1.8
Explanation
The correct answer is 1.8. This suggests that the height from the finish floor to the ceiling of the mezzanine is 1.8 units.

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• 46.

The minimum door widths for main entrance

• A.

0.80m

• B.

0.90m

• C.

1.0m

• D.

1.20m

A. 0.80m
Explanation
The minimum door width for a main entrance is 0.80m. This means that the door should be at least 0.80 meters wide to meet the required standards for a main entrance.

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• 47.

The minimum door widths for main service rooms and bedrooms

• A.

0.70m

• B.

0.80m

• C.

0.90m

A. 0.70m
Explanation
The correct answer is 0.70m. This is the minimum door width required for main service rooms and bedrooms. It is important to have a wide enough door for easy access and to accommodate furniture and other items that may need to be moved in and out of the room. A door width of 0.70m ensures that there is enough space for individuals to comfortably enter and exit the room.

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• 48.

The minimum door widths for toilet and baths

• A.

0.90

• B.

0.50

• C.

0.60

C. 0.60
Explanation
The correct answer is 0.60. This is the minimum door width requirement for toilets and baths. It is important to have a door width of at least 0.60 meters to ensure accessibility and ease of use for individuals using the facilities. Doors with a width less than 0.60 meters may not provide enough space for people to comfortably enter and exit the toilet or bath area.

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• 49.

As per this rule, windows that will be used for rooms or any habitation will be how many percent at least, of the floor area of the room

• A.

10%

• B.

15%

• C.

20%

• D.

25%

A. 10%
Explanation
According to the given rule, windows that will be used for rooms or any habitation should be at least 10% of the floor area of the room. This means that for every 100 square feet of floor area, there should be at least 10 square feet of window area.

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• 50.

As per this rule, windows that will be used for baths or toilets will be how many percent at least, of the floor area of the room

• A.

10%

• B.

5%

• C.

15%

• D.

4%

B. 5%
Explanation
According to the given rule, windows that will be used for baths or toilets should be at least 5% of the floor area of the room.

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