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Answers to Building Technology Review Questions Parts 2 to 6 1. a.

25. a. gluing/pasting 26. c. 0.90 meters 27. c. 24 x 48 x

2. b. 28. b. 1,098 bf 3. d 29. b. post-tensioning 4. b 30. b. post-tensioning 5. c 6. b. 7. b. pantile 8. c. foundation wall 9. b. control joints 34. c. lath and plaster 10. c. balloon framing 35. b. furring 11. a. tryolean finish 36. a. flashing material 12. c. chord 37. b. grade beam 13. a. Casein 38. c. batten 14. b. alloy 39. a. post-tensioning 15. a. Backset 40. b. beam blocking 16. c. wrought iron 41. c. western framing 17. a. Pabalagbag 42. c. atmospheric pressure 18. b. takip silipan 43. a. bay window 19. c. sinturon 44. b. flemish bond 20. c. poleva 45. b. cold joint 21. c. hulog 46. b. cast iron 22. b. cantiliver 47. c. kusturada 23. c. shear 48. c. estunyo 24. a. 15 49. c. reostra 31. c. providing building paper sheathing and space filled 32. a. wood 33. a. glossy surfaced asphalt saturated paper, 50 lbs or more

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73. b. bolada 50. a. sopo 74. a. 18 risers 51. a. tahilan 75. b. soil bearing pressure 52. b. 1 thick V-cut wood boards 76. c. aluminum foil sheets 53. b. adequate insulation 77. c. reinforced concrete and high grade steel 54. a. combination of wood boards and plywood with cavity between 55. a. double wall plywood on horizontal and vertical studs with absorbents 56. b. 3.69 meters 57. a. lath and plaster 58. a. 12.2247 inches 59. a. plastic hose filled with water 60. b. 3-4-5 multiples with the use of steel tape measure 61. a. felt paper below sub-slab then WP on top of the sub-slab 62. c. expansion joints 63. a. corkboard 64. c. 4.16 meters 65. a. columns, splices, materials, lot 66. a. columns, splices, materials, lot 67. c. ceiling only 68. b. nickel steel 69. b. serpentine 70. a. flemish bond 71. a. western framing 96. c. G.I. sheets 72. c. vaciada 97. c. space frames, light steel skeleton 78. b. porous concrete, glass fibers, guilt materials 79. b. asbestos-cement shingles 80. c. 6 inches 81. b. 7.906 meters 82. b. door jamb 83. a. knob bolt 84. b. dutch door 85. b. lap seam 86. b. lap seam 87. b. mission tile 88. a. grade beam 89. b. a fortification 90. c. kilo 91. a. rodapis 92. c. lightning 93. a. soil bearing pressure 94. a. 3.513 meters 95. c. concrete, steel and wood, type of floor finish

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structures 98. a. going 99. b. double wall on 2 x 4 studs 100. a. pitch or bituminous felt 101. a. asbestos cement shingles 102. b. 2 corr. 103. c. chase 104. a. torsion b. shear 105. b. sheet piling

121. d. construction joint 122. d. torsion 123. b. chase 124. b. hybrid girder 125. a. one-way slab 126. a. purlins 127. b. space frame 128. b. space frame 129. c. 15 mm 130. d. shear wall

106. c. wood siding 131. b. inflection point 107. c. kalamein 132. a. zinc chromate 108. c. soleras 133. a. aluminum coating 109. a. tirante 134. a. 7 & 6 wood planks 110. a. AA b. A c. B 111. a. split-ring 137. c. studs 112. c. plumb bob 138. a. 1 113. c. clamp nail 139. b. acrylic latex type 114. c. weathered 140. a. acrylic paint 115. c. hip rafter 141. b. L hook bolt 116. c. batter boards 142. c. chalking 117. b. composite 143. c. construction joint 118. a. kostilyahe 144. d. bearing wall 119. a. biga 145. a. flat slab 120. b. spirit level 146. a. the slab is being supported by two 135. b. staple wire 136. a. 24 hours

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parallel beams 147. a. tool used for guiding and testing the work to a vertical and horizontal position 148. b. tool for testing and for framing work 149. d. riser 150. b. masonry tool 151. c. bearing tool 152. d. 2 years 153. b. not less than 1 thick x 4 and up wide 154. a. 2 to 5 thick 155. c. run 156. c. portable hand router 157. b. girder 158. a. knots 159. c. smoothed or planed lumber 160. b. cross-cut 161. a. load bearing walls 162. a. live load 163. c. effective length 164. c. volume 165. a. contraction joint 166. c. height 167. a. cement 168. d. cantilever beam 169. a. hip roof support 170. b. total run

171. a. facade 172. a. sump 173. b. pre-construction of components as a part of a whole 174. d. skylight 175. c. softwood 176. c. firebrick 177. a. balloon framing 178. b. plaster ground 179. c. span 180. b. XYLEM 181. b. risers 182. c. hip roof 183. a. rip-rap 184. c. moat 185. a. stripping 186. b. purlin 187. a. anchor bolt 188. b. lintel 189. b. glazing 190. c. cult 191. b. banister 192. d. lap joint 193. d. lumber that still contains moisture or sap 194. c. valley 195. a. facia

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196. a. spike 219. b. batter piles 197. b. risers 198. c. caisson 199. c. vertical and horizontal wood sticks and lumber used to determine the elevation and ditances of the reference points of the proposed building 200. d. smooth on four sides 201. b. chord 202. d. wood saddle 203. b. 45 204. b. retaining wall 205. c. oxy/acetyline welding 206. a. common wall 207. a. alabaster 208. b. stabilize 209. a. escutcheon 210. b. flashing 211. c. chase 212. d. formworks 213. d. carpenter measuring tool 214. a. a wedge-shaped stone of an arch 215. a. a fireproof door with metal covering 216. b. milled lumber 217. b. 90 degree bend plus 12 db extension, at free end of bar 218. d. Surface in contact with the bolt head and nut shall have a slope of not more than 1:10 with respect to a plane normal to the bolt axis 220. c. group of parallel reinforcing bars bundled in contact to act as a unit shall be limited to three in any one bundle 221. c. grade beam 222. b. foundation bolts 223. c. stucco floor finish 224. d. asintada 225. a. inset or interior 226. c. velvet 227. a. scratch coat 228. c. mahogany 229. d. polyurethane floor coating 230. d. sandblast 231. c. 25% of scaffoldings can be removed at slab area after 14 days and 100% of scaffolds after 21 days after pouring 232. d. scarf 233. b. standard sizes, shapes and forms 234. d. standard terazzo 235. b. concrete shall be carried on at such a rate that concrete is at all times plastic and flows readily into space between reinforcement 236. b. pivoted 237. d. keep the cement plaster as thin as possible 238. d. left hand 239. b. rabbet 240. b. notch trowel

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241. b. masonry neutralizer 242. a. peeling 243. a. figured wired glass 244. c. rebokada 245. d. Course aggregates shall be no larger than the minimum clear spacing between individual reinforcing bars or wires, bundles of bars, or prestressing tendons or ducts 246. d. db but not less than 30 mm 247. b. grading 248. b. vigan tiles 249. d. tendon