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• 1.

### What is the brick position of brick number 2?

• A.

Shiner

• B.

Sailor

• C.

Header

• D.

Rowlock

Correct Answer
C. Header
• 2.

### A slope surface that rises and twists simultaneously.

• A.

Ramp

• B.

Rise

• C.

Riser

• D.

Run

Correct Answer
A. Ramp
Explanation
A ramp is a slope surface that rises and twists simultaneously. It is commonly used to provide a gradual incline for vehicles or individuals to access higher or lower levels. Unlike a simple slope, a ramp allows for both vertical ascent and horizontal movement. This makes it easier and safer for people or objects to move up or down the incline.

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• 3.

### The _____________ commonly used for transverse shear reinforcement in beam is not suitable for torsional reinforcement.

• A.

Closed Stirrups

• B.

U Stirrups

• C.

Double Reinforcement

• D.

Hook

Correct Answer
B. U Stirrups
Explanation
U stirrups are commonly used for transverse shear reinforcement in beams. However, they are not suitable for torsional reinforcement. Torsional reinforcement requires a different type of reinforcement, such as closed stirrups or double reinforcement, to resist twisting forces. Hooks are typically used for anchoring reinforcement, but they are not directly related to transverse shear or torsional reinforcement.

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• 4.

### Back pressure is caused by ______________. When large amount of water flow drops downward rapidly forming a slug like, the air inside the pipe will be compressed downward.

• A.

Evaporation

• B.

Self Siphonage

• C.

Trap Seal Loss

• D.

Plus Pressure

Correct Answer
D. Plus Pressure
Explanation
Back pressure is caused by Plus Pressure. When a large amount of water flow drops downward rapidly, it forms a slug-like motion, compressing the air inside the pipe downwards. This compression creates a back pressure, which is the opposite force exerted on the flowing water.

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• 5.

### It is inserted into the water main. It serves as a control of the water service. And also serve as a shut off, when the service is disconnected.

• A.

Curb Stop

• B.

Corporation Stop

• C.

Meter Stop

• D.

Water Meter

Correct Answer
B. Corporation Stop
Explanation
A corporation stop is inserted into the water main and serves as a control of the water service. It also functions as a shut off when the service is disconnected.

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• 6.

### It is installed between the curb and the sidewalk line accessible to cast iron stop box equipped with removable cover. It serves as control stop of the service between the curb and the building. It shut off water supply in case the basement becomes flooded.

• A.

Curb Stop

• B.

Corporation Stop

• C.

Curb Stop Box

• D.

Vertical Check Valve

Correct Answer
A. Curb Stop
Explanation
A curb stop is installed between the curb and the sidewalk line and is accessible through a cast iron stop box with a removable cover. It serves as a control stop for the water service between the curb and the building. In case of a basement flood, the curb stop can be used to shut off the water supply.

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• 7.

### It is sometimes referred to as MULTIPLE CONNECTIONS where the loads are placed across the same voltage constituting a separate circuit. It is the standard arrangement for house wiring connections wherein the lights constitute one parallel grouping and the convenience wall outlets constitute the second parallel grouping.

• A.

Parallel Circuit

• B.

Series Circuit

• C.

Branch Circuit

• D.

Electric Circuit

Correct Answer
A. Parallel Circuit
Explanation
The given explanation describes a parallel circuit, where multiple loads are connected across the same voltage, forming separate circuits. This arrangement is commonly used in house wiring, where lights and wall outlets are grouped in parallel circuits. In a parallel circuit, each load receives the full voltage of the power source, and if one load fails, the others will continue to operate independently. This is different from a series circuit, where loads are connected in a single path, and if one load fails, the entire circuit is interrupted. A branch circuit is a term used to describe a portion of an electrical circuit that branches off from the main circuit. An electric circuit is a general term for a closed loop through which electric current flows.

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• 8.

### The main objectives of lighting control are:

• A.

Aesthetics

• B.

Stability

• C.

Economy

• D.

Flexibility and Economy

Correct Answer
D. Flexibility and Economy
Explanation
The main objectives of lighting control are flexibility and economy. Flexibility refers to the ability to adjust and customize the lighting according to different needs and preferences. This allows for creating different moods, highlighting specific areas, or adapting to changing circumstances. Economy refers to the efficient use of energy and resources in lighting systems. By implementing lighting control, it is possible to reduce energy consumption, lower costs, and minimize environmental impact. Therefore, flexibility and economy are the key objectives in lighting control.

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• 9.

### ___________ are channels or wiring accessories so designed for holding wires, cables or busbars that are either made of metal, plastic, or any insulating mediums.

• A.

Raceways

• B.

Switchboard

• C.

Switchgear

• D.

Panel Board

Correct Answer
A. Raceways
Explanation
Raceways are channels or wiring accessories that are designed to hold wires, cables, or busbars made of different materials such as metal, plastic, or insulating mediums. These raceways provide a protective enclosure for the electrical wiring, preventing damage and ensuring safety. They are commonly used in commercial and residential buildings to organize and conceal electrical wires, promoting a neat and professional appearance.

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• 10.

### A massive carved statuesque stooping male figure, often serving as a columnar support for a pediment.

• A.

Caryatid

• B.

Atlas

• C.

Canephora

• D.

Herm

Correct Answer
B. Atlas
Explanation
An Atlas is a massive carved statuesque stooping male figure that serves as a columnar support for a pediment. This figure is often depicted carrying a heavy load on his back, symbolizing the weight of the world.

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• 11.

### The box wherein the protective devices are grouped from which they are fed. It is designed for mounting in a cabinet or cutout box installed in or against a wall or partition accessible only to the front.

• A.

Fuse Panel

• B.

Breaker Panel

• C.

Switch

• D.

Panel Board

Correct Answer
D. Panel Board
Explanation
A panel board is a box that houses protective devices such as fuses or breakers. It is designed to be mounted in a cabinet or cutout box installed in a wall or partition, with access only from the front. This allows for easy and safe access to the protective devices when needed. A panel board is commonly used in electrical systems to control and distribute power to various circuits.

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• 12.

### Senate house; Greek Prytaneion.

• A.

Curia

• B.

Forum

• C.

Circus

• D.

Basilica

Correct Answer
A. Curia
Explanation
The correct answer is Curia. The Senate house in ancient Rome was known as the Curia. This was the meeting place for the Roman Senate, where senators would gather to discuss and debate important matters of state. The Curia played a central role in the political life of Rome and was an important symbol of Roman governance and authority. It was a place where laws were made, decisions were taken, and the affairs of the empire were managed. The term "Curia" is derived from the Latin word "curia," which means "court" or "assembly."

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• 13.

### True or False. In a Parallel Circuit, the Voltage is the same, but the Current differs.

• A.

True

• B.

False

Correct Answer
A. True
Explanation
In a parallel circuit, the voltage across each branch is the same because they are connected directly across the same voltage source. However, the current flowing through each branch differs because the total current is divided among the branches based on their individual resistance. Therefore, the statement "In a Parallel Circuit, the Voltage is the same, but the Current differs" is true.

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• 14.

### In Japanese Architecture, it is used as finials. Also known as Chigi.

• A.

Shimmei

• B.

Sengu

• C.

Naiku

• D.

Tadjuk Pasung

Correct Answer
C. Naiku
Explanation
Naiku is the correct answer because in Japanese Architecture, Naiku is used as finials. These finials are also known as Chigi.

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• 15.

### Pritzker Architecture Prize Awardee. 2004.

• A.

SANAA

• B.

Jean Nouvel

• C.

Zaha Hadid

• D.

Paulo Mendez da Rocha

Correct Answer
C. Zaha Hadid
Explanation
Zaha Hadid was awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2004. The Pritzker Architecture Prize is a prestigious award given annually to honor a living architect whose work demonstrates significant contributions to the field of architecture. Zaha Hadid, a renowned architect, was recognized for her innovative and groundbreaking designs that pushed the boundaries of architecture. Her unique and futuristic style, characterized by bold curves and unconventional forms, has made a lasting impact on the architectural world.

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• 16.

### Who is the Architect of Vitra Fire Station?

• A.

Zaha Hadid

• B.

Jean Nouvel

• C.

SANAA

• D.

Paulo Mendez de Rocha

Correct Answer
A. Zaha Hadid
Explanation
Zaha Hadid is the correct answer because she is the architect of the Vitra Fire Station. Zaha Hadid was a renowned Iraqi-British architect known for her innovative and futuristic designs. The Vitra Fire Station, located in Weil am Rhein, Germany, was one of her early notable works. It was completed in 1993 and served as a fire station for the Vitra furniture company. The building's dynamic and angular design reflects Hadid's signature style, showcasing her ability to create visually striking and unconventional architectural forms.

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• 17.

### A well known architect who is typically inspired by nature. He said that "straight lines belongs to man, curved lines belonged to God".

• A.

Gustave Eiffel

• B.

Antoni Gaudi

• C.

Lous Khan

• D.

Benjamin Latrobe

Correct Answer
B. Antoni Gaudi
Explanation
Antoni Gaudi is the correct answer because he is a well-known architect who was known for being inspired by nature in his designs. The quote mentioned in the question, "straight lines belong to man, curved lines belong to God," aligns with Gaudi's architectural style, which often incorporated organic shapes and curves found in nature. Gaudi's most famous work, the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, is a prime example of his use of curved lines and organic forms in his designs.

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• 18.

### PRITZKER ARCHITECTURE PRIZE AWARDEE. 2015.

• A.

Frei Otto

• B.

Shigeru Ban

• C.

Toyo Ito

• D.

Wang Shu

Correct Answer
A. Frei Otto
Explanation
Frei Otto is the correct answer because he was awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2015. This prestigious prize is given annually to honor architects who have made significant contributions to the field. Frei Otto was recognized for his innovative and sustainable designs, particularly his work in lightweight structures and tensile architecture. His projects, such as the Munich Olympic Stadium and the Mannheim Multihalle, showcased his expertise in creating structures that were both visually striking and environmentally friendly. His contributions to the field of architecture have had a lasting impact and make him a deserving recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize.

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• 19.

### Famous work of Shigeru Ban.

• A.

Cardboard Cathedral, Christchurch, New Zealand

• B.

Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany

• C.

Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain

• D.

Ningbo Tengtou Pavillion, Shanghai, China

Correct Answer
A. Cardboard Cathedral, Christchurch, New Zealand
Explanation
Shigeru Ban is known for his innovative and sustainable architectural designs. One of his famous works is the Cardboard Cathedral in Christchurch, New Zealand. This temporary structure was built as a replacement for the original cathedral that was damaged in an earthquake. Ban used cardboard tubes as the main structural element, creating a lightweight and cost-effective design. The cathedral showcases Ban's expertise in using unconventional materials and his commitment to creating functional and beautiful spaces even in challenging circumstances.

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• 20.

### Otherwise known as Subdivision and Condominium buyer's Protective Decree.

• A.

PD 1096

• B.

BP 220

• C.

PD 957

• D.

PD 1216

Correct Answer
C. PD 957
Explanation
PD 957 is the correct answer because it is the Presidential Decree that is commonly referred to as the Subdivision and Condominium Buyer's Protective Decree. This decree provides regulations and guidelines for the development and sale of subdivisions and condominiums in the Philippines. It aims to protect the rights and interests of subdivision and condominium buyers, ensuring that developers follow certain standards and practices to ensure the safety and welfare of the buyers.

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• 21.

### As per the Subdivision and Condominium buyer's Protective Decree, what is the minimum percentage (%) for open space.

• A.

5%

• B.

10%

• C.

20%

• D.

30%

Correct Answer
D. 30%
Explanation
According to the Subdivision and Condominium buyer's Protective Decree, the minimum percentage for open space is 30%. This means that at least 30% of the total area of a subdivision or condominium development must be designated as open space, such as parks, playgrounds, or green areas. This requirement ensures that there is adequate space for recreational activities and promotes a healthier and more sustainable living environment for residents.

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• 22.

### As stated in BP 220 for Economic Housing, __% is the minimum percentage (%) of open space.

• A.

30

• B.

20

• C.

10

• D.

5

Correct Answer
A. 30
Explanation
According to BP 220 for Economic Housing, the minimum percentage of open space required is 30%. This means that in economic housing developments, at least 30% of the total land area should be designated as open space, providing residents with recreational areas, parks, gardens, or other green spaces. This requirement aims to promote a healthier and more livable environment for the residents, allowing them to enjoy outdoor activities and maintain a balance between built-up areas and natural surroundings.

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• 23.

### Celebration of STEEL and GLASS. It made long span construction and/or structures like bridges, train stations, and expo halls possible.

• A.

Gothic

• B.

Arts and Crafts Movement

• C.

Industrial Revolution

• D.

Modern Architecture

Correct Answer
C. Industrial Revolution
Explanation
The Industrial Revolution is the correct answer because it brought about significant advancements in technology, manufacturing, and transportation, which greatly impacted the construction industry. The use of steel and glass became more widespread during this period, allowing for the creation of long span structures such as bridges, train stations, and expo halls. The Industrial Revolution revolutionized the construction industry by introducing new materials and techniques, enabling the construction of larger and more innovative buildings.

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• 24.

### PD 1096. Maximum Allowable PSO for Commercial 2 Zones (without firewall).

• A.

70

• B.

75

• C.

80

• D.

85

Correct Answer
B. 75
Explanation
The given answer, 75, represents the maximum allowable PSO (Probable Storey Occupancy) for Commercial 2 Zones without a firewall. PD 1096 is a building code in the Philippines that sets regulations for building design and construction. In this context, PSO refers to the maximum number of people that can occupy a particular storey of a building. The answer of 75 suggests that in Commercial 2 Zones without a firewall, the maximum number of people allowed on a storey is 75.

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• 25.

### The size of an average automobile (car) parking slot is _____________ for perpendicular or diagonal parking.

• A.

2.50m x 5.00m

• B.

2.10m x 5.50m

• C.

3.60m x 12.00m

• D.

2.15m x 6.00m

Correct Answer
A. 2.50m x 5.00m
Explanation
The correct answer is 2.50m x 5.00m. This size is suitable for perpendicular or diagonal parking because it provides enough space for the average automobile (car) to fit comfortably within the designated parking slot.

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• 26.

### If only one (1) RROW services a lot and such only 6.00 to 7.00 meters wide, a BHL of ____ storeys (or ________ meters maximum) shall be observed regardless of use or occupancy, lot size, lot dimensions, lot frontage and like considerations.

• A.

2-storeys ; 6 meters

• B.

3-storeys ; 9 meters

• C.

6-storeys ; 18 meters

• D.

7-storeys ; 21 meters

Correct Answer
B. 3-storeys ; 9 meters
Explanation
The correct answer is 3-storeys ; 9 meters. This means that if there is only one RROW (Right of Way) servicing a lot and it is only 6.00 to 7.00 meters wide, then the maximum height allowed for a building on that lot is 3 storeys or 9 meters, regardless of other factors such as use or occupancy, lot size, lot dimensions, lot frontage, and similar considerations.

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• 27.

### The setbacks for commercial, industrial, institutional and recreational buildings varies depending on the _______________________.

• A.

Yards

• B.

Classification and Zoning of the project

• C.

Distance of the Road from the Property Line

• D.

Width of the RROW

Correct Answer
D. Width of the RROW
Explanation
The setbacks for commercial, industrial, institutional, and recreational buildings vary depending on the width of the Right-of-Way (RROW). The RROW refers to the portion of land dedicated for public use, usually for roads or utilities. The width of the RROW determines the distance between the property line and the road, which in turn influences the setbacks required for buildings. A wider RROW allows for larger setbacks, providing more space between the road and the building. Conversely, a narrower RROW may result in smaller setbacks, limiting the distance between the road and the building.

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• 28.

### What is the minimum area for Bath and Toilet given the least dimension of 900mm?

• A.

1.20 sqm

• B.

1.50 sqm

• C.

1.80 sqm

• D.

2.00 sqm

Correct Answer
A. 1.20 sqm
Explanation
The minimum area for a bath and toilet is 1.20 sqm because it is the smallest option given. This means that the bath and toilet can be accommodated in a space as small as 1.20 sqm, but it may not be very spacious or comfortable.

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• 29.

### Identify the image shown.

• A.

Brick Hammer

• B.

Hachet

• C.

Steel Mallet

• D.

Masons Hammer

Correct Answer
C. Steel Mallet
Explanation
The image shown is a steel mallet. A steel mallet is a type of hammer that has a head made of steel and is typically used in construction and woodworking. It is heavier and more durable than a regular hammer, making it suitable for tasks that require more force, such as driving chisels or hitting metal objects. The other options listed, such as a brick hammer, hatchet, and mason's hammer, do not accurately describe the image shown.

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• 30.

### What do you call to a beam that rest on more than two (2) supports?

• A.

Simple Beam

• B.

Continuous Beam

• C.

Semi-continuous Beam

• D.

Two-way Beam

Correct Answer
B. Continuous Beam
Explanation
A continuous beam is a beam that rests on more than two supports. Unlike a simple beam, which only has two supports, a continuous beam has additional supports along its length. These additional supports help distribute the load more evenly, providing greater stability and reducing the amount of deflection or bending. Continuous beams are commonly used in construction and engineering projects where longer spans or heavier loads need to be supported.

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• 31.

### What is the minimum slab thickness ratio for simply supported slab?

• A.

1/20

• B.

1/24

• C.

1/28

• D.

1/10

Correct Answer
A. 1/20
Explanation
The minimum slab thickness ratio for simply supported slab is 1/20. This means that the thickness of the slab should be at least 1/20th of the span length. This ratio is important to ensure the structural integrity and load-bearing capacity of the slab. A thicker slab is able to distribute the load more effectively and prevent deflection or sagging. Therefore, a minimum slab thickness ratio of 1/20 is necessary for the proper functioning and safety of the slab.

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• 32.

### Based on the picture shown, identify A.

• A.

Frieze

• B.

Sima

• C.

Architrave

• D.

Tympanum

Correct Answer
D. Tympanum
• 33.

### Based on the image shown, identify E.

• A.

Sima

• B.

Dentil

• C.

Tympanum

• D.

Cornice

Correct Answer
B. Dentil
• 34.

### Based on the image shown, identify F

• A.

Facia

• B.

Architrave

• C.

Pediment

• D.

Dentil

Correct Answer
A. Facia
Explanation
The image is not provided, so it is not possible to accurately identify F based on the information given. The answer "Facia" is likely a misspelling of "Fascia," which refers to a horizontal board that runs along the lower edge of a roof or the outer surface of a cornice. However, without the image, it is not possible to confirm if this is the correct answer.

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• 35.

### How to achieve fullness of tone?

• A.

This can be achieved again if the first reflectors assist the direct sound

• B.

For realistic effect, the speech should appear to be coming from the human speaker and not from any loud speaker

• C.

This can be achieved by the proper location of the various sections of the orchestra. Weaker instruments should not be hidden behind stronger instruments

• D.

If the high level system is used in a room with a flat or level floor, it is good practice to place the loudspeaker above the head of the main speaking and direct it towards the center of the audience

Correct Answer
A. This can be achieved again if the first reflectors assist the direct sound
Explanation
Achieving fullness of tone can be accomplished by having the first reflectors assist the direct sound. This means that the sound waves should bounce off the reflectors and reach the listener's ears along with the direct sound. By doing so, the sound becomes more immersive and rich, creating a fuller tone.

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• 36.

### Which of the following does not affect the propagation of noise?

• A.

Distance

• B.

Wind Gradient

• C.

Vibration

• D.

Molecular absorption of sound by air

Correct Answer
C. Vibration
Explanation
Vibration does not affect the propagation of noise because it refers to the mechanical oscillations of an object, which do not directly impact the transmission of sound waves through the air. While distance, wind gradient, and molecular absorption of sound by air can all have an influence on how noise travels, vibrations themselves do not alter the propagation of sound.

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• 37.

### Refers to the differences in the temperature of air with respect to the distance from the ground, it is higher than in the upper layers. The reverse is true at nighttime. At night the air near the surface of the earth is cooler.

• A.

Temperature gradient

• B.

Sound and temperature insulation

• C.

Wind gradient

• D.

Noise

Correct Answer
A. Temperature gradient
Explanation
The explanation for the correct answer, "Temperature gradient," is that it refers to the differences in temperature of the air as you move away from the ground. During the day, the temperature near the surface of the earth is higher than in the upper layers, creating a temperature gradient. However, at night, the air near the surface of the earth becomes cooler, reversing the temperature gradient. This phenomenon is due to various factors such as the heating of the ground by sunlight during the day and the cooling effect of the ground at night.

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• 38.

### The architect is entitled for reimbursement if he/she is assigned to places and/or sites over how many kilometers from the area of his/her operation?

• A.

50km

• B.

100km

• C.

150km

• D.

200km

Correct Answer
B. 100km
Explanation
The architect is entitled for reimbursement if he/she is assigned to places and/or sites over 100 kilometers from the area of his/her operation. This means that if the architect has to travel more than 100 kilometers for work purposes, they have the right to be reimbursed for their travel expenses.

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• 39.

### This method may be applied to government projects since they entail more paper work and time-consuming efforts.

• A.

Per Diem, Honorarium Plus Reimbursable Expenses

• B.

Professional Fee Plus Expenses

• C.

Lump Sum or Fixed Fee

• D.

Salary

Correct Answer
C. Lump Sum or Fixed Fee
Explanation
This method of Lump Sum or Fixed Fee may be applied to government projects since they entail more paperwork and time-consuming efforts. This type of payment arrangement allows for a predetermined and fixed fee to be paid to the contractor or service provider for completing the project, regardless of the actual time or expenses incurred. This can provide a simpler and more predictable payment structure for government projects, which often involve complex and lengthy processes.

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• 40.

### The Owner shall pay the Architect for additional sets of Contract Documents.

• A.

True

• B.

False

Correct Answer
A. True
Explanation
The statement is true because the owner is responsible for paying the architect for any additional sets of contract documents. This is a common practice in construction projects, as additional sets may be needed for various reasons such as changes in design or scope of work. The architect incurs additional time and resources to prepare these documents, so it is reasonable for the owner to cover these costs.

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• 41.

### The Architect submits to the Owner a Statement of Probable Project Construction Cost based on the current cost parameters. In which phase does it fall under?

• A.

Schematic Design Phase

• B.

Design Development Phase

• C.

Contract Documents Phase

• D.

Construction Phase

Correct Answer
A. Schematic Design Phase
Explanation
The Architect submits a Statement of Probable Project Construction Cost during the Schematic Design Phase. This phase is the initial stage of the design process where the Architect develops a rough draft of the project, including the overall layout, scale, and relationship between different components. During this phase, the Architect works closely with the Owner to establish the project's scope, budget, and design goals. The Statement of Probable Project Construction Cost provides an estimate of the project's cost based on the current cost parameters, helping the Owner make informed decisions about the project's feasibility and budget.

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• 42.

### The minimum basic fee for Group 3 projects amounting to 50 Million and less.

• A.

6%

• B.

7%

• C.

8%

• D.

10%

Correct Answer
C. 8%
Explanation
The correct answer is 8%. This means that for Group 3 projects amounting to 50 Million and less, the minimum basic fee charged is 8% of the total project cost. This fee is calculated based on the project's budget and is a standard percentage that is applicable to all such projects falling under Group 3 category.

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• 43.

### Within _______ days after the awards of Bids, the payment to the Architect shall be adjusted so that it will amount to a sum equivalent to eighty-five percent (85%) of the Basic Fee, computed upon the winning Bid Price.

• A.

5 days

• B.

15 days

• C.

20 days

• D.

30 days

Correct Answer
B. 15 days
Explanation
Within 15 days after the awards of Bids, the payment to the Architect will be adjusted to equal eighty-five percent (85%) of the Basic Fee, computed upon the winning Bid Price. This means that the Architect will receive a portion of their fee shortly after the bids are awarded, with the remaining amount to be paid at a later date.

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• 44.

### Arrangement and payment for such legal, auditing, and insurance counseling services as may be required for the project is a responsibility of ___________________?

• A.

The Architect

• B.

The Owner

• C.

The Contractor

• D.

The Accountant

Correct Answer
B. The Owner
Explanation
The owner is responsible for the arrangement and payment of legal, auditing, and insurance counseling services for the project. This means that it is the owner's duty to hire and pay for professionals in these fields to ensure that all legal, auditing, and insurance matters related to the project are properly addressed. The architect, contractor, and accountant may have their own responsibilities and roles in the project, but the arrangement and payment for these specific services fall under the owner's jurisdiction.

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• 45.

### The minimum basic fee for Group 1 projects amounting to 50 Million and less.

• A.

10%

• B.

8%

• C.

7%

• D.

6%

Correct Answer
D. 6%
Explanation
The correct answer is 6%. This means that for Group 1 projects amounting to 50 Million and less, the minimum basic fee charged is 6% of the total project cost. This fee is fixed and does not change regardless of the specific details or complexity of the project.

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• 46.

### In theater design, it is a shape in which the audience faces the performing area on one side only. Most generally accepted and widely built theater shape.

• A.

Thrust Stage

• B.

Open Stage

• C.

Arena

• D.

Proscenium

Correct Answer
D. Proscenium
Explanation
A proscenium stage is a theater design in which the audience faces the performing area on one side only. It is the most generally accepted and widely built theater shape. This type of stage is characterized by a large, framed opening known as the proscenium arch, which separates the audience from the stage. The proscenium stage allows for a clear separation between the performers and the audience, creating a more formal and traditional theater experience.

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• 47.

### The minimum classrooms dimension for elementary school.

• A.

9m x 10m

• B.

5m x 8m

• C.

7m x 9m

• D.

12m x 20m

Correct Answer
C. 7m x 9m
Explanation
The minimum classroom dimensions for an elementary school are typically smaller compared to higher grade levels. A 7m x 9m classroom size provides enough space for students to comfortably sit and move around, while also allowing for necessary furniture and teaching materials. This size strikes a balance between providing a sufficient learning environment and optimizing the available space in the school building.

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• 48.

### Accessibility. The MAXIMUM walking distance for students in colleges & special schools.

• A.

400 meters to 800 meters

• B.

800 meters to 1600 meters or by bus

• C.

1.61 kilometers to 4.83 kilometers or by bus

• D.

5.21 kilometers to 8.73 kilometers or by bus or train

Correct Answer
C. 1.61 kilometers to 4.83 kilometers or by bus
Explanation
The maximum walking distance for students in colleges and special schools is between 1.61 kilometers to 4.83 kilometers. Alternatively, they can also choose to travel by bus.

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• 49.

### Vernacular term for DOOR HEAD.

• A.

Lagra Masa

• B.

Debuho

• C.

Marko ng Pinto

• D.

Sombrero

Correct Answer
D. Sombrero
Explanation
or Transbesanyo

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• 50.

### Vernacular term for MORTAR.

• A.

Paupo

• B.

Punsol

• C.

Senepa

• D.

Entresuelo

Correct Answer
A. Paupo
Explanation
Paupo is the correct answer because it is a vernacular term that can refer to mortar.

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