PROPROFS TRIAL EXAM_3

  1. 101. The main reason why the nomadic existence of early man metamorphosed to village settlement and later to the birth of cities.



    A.
  2. 102. The container of man, which consists of both the natural and man-­‐made or artificial element.



    B.
  3. 103. A 20th century problem emanating from rapid urbanization of areas surrounding a city which eats up the remaining adjacent rural open spaces.



    A.
  4. 104. A profession which falls between planning and architecture. It deals with the large-­‐scale organization and design of the city, with the massing and organization and the space between them, but not with the design of the individual buildings.



    D.
  5. 105. WHERE CAN WE FIND THE HIGHEST LEVEL POLICY STATEMENTS ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION.



    B.
  6. 106. IT IS AN EARTH MOUNDING PLACED AGAINST ONE OR MORE EXTERNAL WALLS OF A BUILDING AND SERVES AS A PROTECTION AGAINST EXTREME TEMPERATURE.



    A.
  7. 107. THE PROMINENT VISUAL FEATURE OF A CITY AND SEEN AT GREAT DISTANCES. TO HELP DEFINE ORIENTATION AND IDENTIFY THE AREA.



    D.
  8. 108. IT IS THE CLEANING AND MAINTAINING OF A STRUCTURE TO EXTEND ITS LIFESPAN ASSUMING THAT THE OLD STRUCTURE ARE WELL-­‐MAINTAINED AND IT IS THE OPTIMUM THING TO DO.



    D.
  9. 109. THIS TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT PATTERN EMERGED AS TOWNS GREW AROUND MONASTERY OR CASTLE DURING THE MEDIEVAL TIMES.



    D.
  10. 110. HE WROTE THE BOOK IMAGE OF THE CITY.



    A.
  11. 111. REFERS TO ACTIVITIES CONCERNED WITH THE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF LAND, AS WELL AS THE PRESERVATION, CONSERVATION, AND REHABILITATION OF THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT.



    D.
  12. 112. ARE THE SECTIONS OF THE CITY, USUALLY RELATIVELY SUBSTANTIAL IN SIZE, WHICH HAVE AN IDENTIFYING CHARACTER ABOUT THEM SUCH AS A WEALTHY NEIGHBORHOOD.



    A.
  13. 113. THE RAPID INCREASE IN THE POPULATION IN THE URBAN AREAS WILL RESULT TO:



    D.
  14. 114. ACCORDING TO HIM, THE CITY WAS A TOTALLY DESIGNED SYSTEM OF MAIN CIRCULATION ARTERIES, A NETWORK OF PARKS AND CLUSTERS OR BUILDING BLOCKS OF CIVIC CENTERS INCLUDING CITY HALL, A COUNTRY COURT HOUSE, A LIBRARY, AN OPERA HOUSE, A MUSEUM, AND A PLAZA.



    B.
  15. 115. HIPPODAMUS PREPARED THE PLAN FOR THIS AREA WHERE HE INTRODUCED THE GRID SYSTEM AND THE AGORA.



    C.
  16. 116. INHERENT PROBLEMS IN THE SITE MAY INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT:



    C.
  17. 117. THE MAXIMUM DISTANCE A CONSUMER IS WILLING TO TRAVEL TO AVAIL OF A GOOD OR SERVICE BEYOND WHICH PEOPLE WILL LOOK TO ANOTHER CENTER.



    B.
  18. 118. AN URBAN ECOLOGY PROCESS THAT OCCURRED AS EARLY AS THE LATE 19TH CENTURY IN ENGLAND AND WAS ATTRIBUTABLE AMONG OTHERS TO THE RAILWAY SYSTEM, A MOBILE MIDDLE CLASS AND THE TENDENCY TO ESTABLISH HOUSING ESTATES/MODEL DWELLING WAS:



    D.
  19. 119. HOT-­‐DRY (DESERT LIKE) REGIONS ARE KNOWN FOR THE FOLLOWING CHARACRTERISTICS:



    D.
  20. 120. ONE OF THE EARLY PIONEERS OF THE CONCEPT OF THE NODAL REGION. HE SUGGESTED THAT THE SOLUTION TO URBAN AREAS SUCH AS LONDON LAY IN THE DEVELOPING A CLUSTER OF NEW TOWNS LINKED TO THE CENTRAL CITY IN A FUNCTIONAL RELATIONSHIP.



    D.
  21. 121. TOPOGRAPHY PERTAINS TO THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT:



    C.
  22. 122. PLANNING THAT CONSISTS THE ENTIRE COMPONENTS RELEVANT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF A GEOGRAPHIC AREA, SAY SOCIO-­‐ECONOMIC PLAN, LAND USE PLAN, IMPLEMENTING MACHINERY AND SPECIFIC PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS WITHIN A GIVEN TIME FRAME.



    B.
  23. 123. THE SPIRIT OF THE PLACE IS REFERRED TO AS .



    D.
  24. 124. SECONDARY ROADS INCLUDE:



    A.
  25. 125. HE PROPOSED “LA VILLE RADIEUSE (RADIANT CITY)” ANCHORED ON OBJECTIVE TO DECONGEST THE CENTERS OF CITIES BY INCREASING THEIR DENSITIES BY BUILDING HIGH ON SMALL PART OF THE TOTAL GROUND AREA.



    C.
  26. 126. HIS WORK AS A BIOLOGIST AND STUDY OF HUMAN ECOLOGY LED TO A SYSTEMATIC STUDY OF FORCES THAT WERE SHAPING THE GROWTH AND CHANGE IN MODERN CITIES.



    D.
  27. 127. PARKING LOTS SHOULD BE LOCATED IN AN AREA WHERE SLOPE IS BELOW OTHERWISE GRADING IS TO BE DONE.



    B.
  28. 128. A DOCUMENT THAT DESCRIBES THE PRESENT OR ACTUAL SITUATION OF THE COMMUNITY IN RELATION TO ITS NATURAL AND HUMAN RESOURCES.



    B.
  29. 129. RECTILINEAR LAND DIVISION DURING ANCIENT TIMES IS A RESULT OF WHAT?



    A.
  30. 130. A TYPE OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN WHICH ACTIVITIES ARE CONCENTRATED AT THE CORE AND SUPPORTED BY RINGS OF VARYING WIDTH AND LAND USE.



    D.
  31. 131. REFERS TO THE RELATIONSHIP OF BUILDINGS AND URBAN SPACE TO THE SIZE OF A HUMAN BEING.



    A.
  32. 132. A TYPE OF SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTED AND FINANCED BY THE PRIVATE SECTOR AS A BUSINESS VENTURE AND SOLD AT PREVAILING MARKET PRICES AND INTEREST.



    A.
  33. 133. A STREET PATTERN USED IN HIGHLY MOUNTAINOUS SITES FOLLOWING THE CONTOURS OF THE TOPOGRAHY.



    A.
  34. 134. BUILT-­‐UP AREAS IN GENERAL LAND USE MAP IS REPRESENTED BY THE COLOR:



    B.
  35. 135. A DESIRABLE CHARACTERISTIC OF A PLACE IS THE EASE WITH WHICH ONE CAN MOVE THROUGH AND GET TO OTHER LOCATIONS. SUCH PLACES ARE THEREFORE INTEGRATED PHYSICALLY OR CONNECTED TO THEIR SURROUNDING AREAS.



    B.
  36. 136. WHAT ARE THE REGIONAL CONSERVATION STRATEGIES RECOMMENDED FOR “SUN” MODIFIED BY LANDFORM, VEGETATION, AND STRUCTURES?



    A.
  37. 137. EARLY PIONEER OF THE CONCEPT OF NODAL REGION. PROMOTER OF THE GARDEN CITY MOVEMENT.



    C.
  38. 138. THE PERIOD IN HISTORY WHEREIN TOWNS GREW AROUND EITHER A MONASTERY OR CASTLE ASSUMING A RADIOCENTRIC PATTERN.



    D.
  39. 139. A MAJOR CBD SERVES A POPULATION OF : A. 100,000 -­‐ 250,000
    B. 300,000 – 500,000
    C. 250,000 – 300,000
    D. 50,000 – 100,000
    A
  40. 140. A MAP THAT SHOWS THE SPATIAL ALLOCATION OF BUILT-­‐UP AREAS CATEGORIZED AS RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, INSTITUTIONAL, PARKS AND OPEN SPACES, INDUSTRIAL AND OTHERS.



    C.
  41. 141. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS IS TRUE:



    A.
  42. 142. THE CONNECTOR AND SEPARATOR OF NEIGHBORHOODS AND DISTRICTS:



    D.
  43. 143. WHAT ARE THE REGIONAL CONSERVATION STRATEGIES RECOMMENDED FOR “WIND” MODIFIED BY LANDFORM, VEGETATION AND STRUCTURES?



    D.
  44. 144. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS IS TRUE:



    C.
  45. 145. THE ABILITY OF AN AREAS RESOURCE SYSTEMS TO SUPPORT THE ACTIVITIES OF A GIVEN POPULATION.



    B.
  46. 146. A SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT THAT SUGGESTS THAT BY INVESTING HEAVILY IN CAPITAL INTENSIVE INDUSTRIES IN THE LARGEST URBAN CENTERS, GOVERNMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES CAN STIMULATE ECONOMIC GROWTH THAT WILL SPREAD OUTWARD TO GENERATE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT THE ECONOMIES OF SCALE FOUND IN THE LARGEST CITIES.



    D.
  47. 147. A SURVEY TECHNIQUE USED IN MODERATE TO LARGE SCALE PROJECTS INVOLVING UNDERSTANDING THE GENIUS LOCI AS A KEY TO CHARTING THE DIRECTION FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT.



    A.
  48. 148. LAND AREA REQUIREMENTS FOR A HOSPITAL WITH A BED CAPACITY OF 100 AS PER HLURB PLANNING STANDARDS.



    C.
  49. 149. A VARIABLE OF URBAN DECORATION WHERE THE ENVIRONMENT IS TO HAVE AN UNDERSTANDABLE SIMPLE PATTERN OF SIGNS AND CLUES.



    D.
  50. 150. IDENTIFY THE TYPE OF STREET (IMAGE SHOWS BOTH DEAD-­‐ENDS)



    C.
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