PROPROFS TRIAL EXAM_4

  1. 151. APPROACHES TOWN PLANNING AS A SCIENCE WHICH INCLUDES PLANNING AND DESIGN AS WELL AS CONTIBUTIONS FROM THE SOCIOLOGIST, GEOGRAPHER, ECONOMIST, DEMOGRAPHER, POLITICIAN, SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGIST, ECOLOGIST, ETC. ALL THESE HE ASSEMBLES INTO A TOTAL RATIONAL AND HUMAN APPROACH WHICH HE CALLS “EKISTICS” – THE SCIENCE OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS.



    A.
  2. 152. EXAMPLES OF PHYSICAL FACTORS THAT APPEAR MOST TO INFLUENCE STREET USE:

    1. USER DENSITY
    2. LAND-­‐USE MIX
    3. CONFIGURATION
    4. BUILDINGS



    D.
  3. 153. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS IS TRUE:



    D.
  4. 154. HE DEVELOPED THE NEIGHBORHOOD PRINCIPLE BASED ON TH ENATURAL CATCHMENT AREA OF COMMUNITY FACILITIES SUCH AS PRIMARY SCHOOLS AND SHOPS.



    B.
  5. 155. ACCORDING TO THE MULTIPLE NUCLEI MODEL OF HARRIS AND ULLMAN, THIS ACTIVITY WILL BE LOCATED ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF TOWNS OR WHERE THE OUTSKIRTS WERE WHEN THE DEVELOPMENT TOOK PLACE.



    D.
  6. 156. PREPARATION OF THIS IS REQUIRED FOR THE DEVELOPMENTS IN AREAS OR PROJECTS WHICH ARE CONSIDERED ENVIRONMENTALLY CRITICAL.



    C.
  7. 157. THE PRACTICE OF FORMING BEDS OF LOW-­‐GROWING FOLIAGE PLANTS, ALL OF AN EVEN HEIGHT, IN PATTERNS THAT RESEMBLE A CARPET BOTH IN INTRICACY OF DESIGN AND IN UNIFORMITY OF SURFACE. DESIGNS CAN VARY FROM GEOMETRICAL SHAPES TO IMAGES AND LETTERED INSCRIPTIONS.



    A.
  8. 158. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT IS NOT TRUE:



    B.
  9. 159. DEMOGRAPHY DENOTES THE STUDY OF HUMAN POPULATION THROUGH STATISTICAL METHODS. THIS INVLOVES PRIMARILY THE MEASUREMENT OF THE SIZE AND INCREASE OR DECREASE OF THE NUMBERS OF PEOPLE. THE CONSTITUENTS OF THESE NUMBERS ARE:
    1. BIRTHS
    2. DEATHS
    3. MIGRATION
    4. MARRIAGE



    B.
  10. 160. IF A STREET OR SECTION OF A STREET IS TO POSSES THE QUALITY OF ENCLOSURE, THEN IT MUST BE CONSIDERED TO HAVE THREE MAIN ELEMENTS:
    1. AN ENTRANCE
    2. LENGTH

    3. THE PLACE ITSELF
    4. A TERMINATION OR EXIT




    B.
  11. 161. IDENTIFY THE TYPE OF STREET PATTERN (IMAGE OF STREET WITH AN ISLAND AS A ROUND-­‐ABOUT)



    A.
  12. 162. AN APPROACH BASED ON THE ARGUMENT THAT URBAN GROWTH CENTERS, EVEN MARKET TOWNS AND INTERMEDIATE SIZED CITIES ARE PARASITIC, THAT THEY ALLOW TOWN BASE ELITES, LARGE CORPORATIONS AND CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES TO EXPLOIT TH ERURAL POPULATION AND TO DRAIN RURAL AREAS OF THEIR RESOURCES.



    B.
  13. 163. IT IS CREATED BY THE ERECTION OF TWO WALLS, CREATING A SPACE IN BETWEEN THEM, WHICH IS SEPARATED FROM THE NATURAL SPACE AROUND THEM.



    D.
  14. 164. THE TYPE OF STREET PATTERN WHEREIN THE SITE IS DIVIDED INTO SQUARE OR RECTANGULAR BLOCKS.



    B.
  15. 165. IT MEANS THE COMBINATION OF COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL USES ON A SINGLE LOT OR WITHIN A SINGLE INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ON MULTIPLE LOTS.



    D.
  16. 166. WHAT SITE PLANNING STRATEGIES ARE CONDUCIVE TO MINIMIZING ENERGY COSTS AND ADVERSE IMPACTS OF DEVELOPMENT?



    C.
  17. 167. HE PSOTULATED THAT LAND USE DIMINISH INTENSIVELY IN REVERSE RELATIONSHIP TO INCREASED DISTANCE.



    D.
  18. 168. MAJOR EVENT WHICH LED TO TH EESTABLISHMENT OF PLANNING AS A PROFESSION.



    C.
  19. 169. A CENTER OF ACTIVITY; DISTINGUISHED BY VIRTUE OF ITS ACTIVE FUNCTION; IT IS A DISTINCT HUB OF ACTIVITY.



    C.
  20. 170. MEETING THE MINIMUM BASIC NEEDS OF THE POPULATION SHALL BE THE CONCERN OF THIS SECTOR FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT.



    A.
  21. 171. IT IS THE FINAL GRADE AFTER ALL LANDSCAPE DEVELOPMENT HAS BEEN COMPLETED.



    A.
  22. 172. RESTORATION IS DEFINED AS:



    C.
  23. 173. IE’s INTENDED TO ACCOMMODATE INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES, WHICH, ON ACCOUNT OF LACK OF SPACE FOR EXPANSION OR FOR ENVIRONMENTAL REASONS, ARE REQUIRED TO MOVE OUT TO A DIFFERENT LOCATION.



    A.
  24. 174. HE WROTE THE BOOKS EKISTICS IN 1968 AND ECUMENOPOLIS IN 1975.



    B.
  25. 175. THE SECOND ZONE IN BURGESS CONCENTRIC ZONE THEORY:



    C.
  26. 176. PATRICK GEDDES COINED THIS TERM TO MEAN THE CONGLOMERATION OF TOWN AGGREGATES, DESCRIBING THE WAVES OF POPULATION TO LARGE CITIES FOLLOWED BY OVERCROWDING AND SLUM FORMATION.



    D.
  27. 177. IDENTIFY THE TYPE OF STREET PATTERN (IMAGE SHOWS NON-­‐UNIFORM CURVING LAYOUT STREETS).



    A.
  28. 178. MECHANISMS THRU WHICH A PLAN CAN BE IMPLEMENTED.

    1. TAXATION
    2. ZONING
    3. BUILDING CODE
    4. LAND USE PLAN



    B.
  29. 179. THROUGHOUT THE REST OF THE YEAR, THE PHILIPPINES EXPERIENCES THE WEST OR SOUTH-­‐WEST WIND; SOUTH-­‐WEST MONSOON WHICH IS CALLED:



    D.
  30. 180. REGULATES THE PRACTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING WHICH HAS BEEN ENACTED UPON BY CONGRESS IN 1995 WHICH REQUIRES A PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE EXAMINATION TO BE TAKEN TO ENABLE THE PRATCICE OF PLANNING.



    B.
  31. 181. ANCIENT CITIES IN INDUS VALLEY WELL KNOWN FOR THEIR IMPRESSIVE, ORGANIZED AND REGULAR LAYOUT AND HAD ADVANCED AND EXTENSIVE DRAINAGE SYSTEMS.



    A.
  32. 182. THE SOLE REGULATORY BOARD FOR HOUSING NAD LAND-­‐USE DEVELOPMENT. IT IS CHARGED WITH ENCOURAGING GREATER PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION IN LOW-­‐COST HOUSING THROUGH LIBERALIZATION OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS, SIMPLIFICATION OF REGULATIONS AND DECENTRALIZATION OF APPROVALS FOR PERMITS AND LICENSES.



    C.
  33. 183. THE ABILITY OF AN AREAS RESOURCE SYSTEMS TO SUPPORT THE ACTIVITIES OF A GIVEN POPULATION.



    C.
  34. 184. HE CONCEIVED THE CITY AS A SERIES OF FIVE CONCENTRIC ZONES:



    B.
  35. 185. A STUDY OF THE PROCESSES WHICH MIGHT HAVE AFFECTED THE SITE, ITS FORMATION, AND THE TYPE OF BEDROCK BELOW THE SURFACE OF THE SOIL.



    B.
  36. 186. IT IS A LAND DEV SCHEME WHERIN PROJECT SITE IS COMPREHENSIVELY PLANNED AS AN ENTITY VIA UNITARY SITE PLAN WHICH PERMITS FLEXIBILITY IN PLANNING/DESIGN, BUILDING SITING, AND THE PRESERVATION OF SIGNIFICANT LAND FEATURES.



    A.
  37. 187. HE DEVELOPED A LOW DENSITY URBAN SPRAWL CALLED “BROADACRE CITY”.



    B.
  38. 188. KNOWN FOR HIS “UNITE DE HABITATION” AND “RADIANT CITY”.



    C.
  39. 189. THE ELEMENTS OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS:



    B.
  40. 190. WHICH IS NOT INCLUDED IN TH ELEMENTS OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS?



    D.
  41. 191. A DOCUMENT THAT DESCRIBES THE PRESENT OR ACTUAL SITUATION OF THE COMMUNITY IN RELATION TO ITS NATURAL AND HUMAN RESOURCES.



    D.
  42. 192. THE FIRSST NOTED URBAN PLANNER WHO INTRODUCED THE GRID SYSTEM AND THE AGORA.



    D.
  43. 193. IE’s WHICH ARE SPECIALIZED IN CERTAIN TYPES OF INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY, SUCH AS ELECTRONICS, WOOD-­‐BASED FURNITURE MANUFACTURING, OR OTHE TYPES SUCH AS TECHNOLOGY PARKS, SCIENCE PARKS, RESEARCH PARKS, BUSINESS PARKS AND OTHERS.



    D.
  44. 194. PROPOSED THE “NEIGHBORHOOD UNIT” AS A SCHEME FOR ARRANGING THE FAMILY LIFE OF COMMUNITY, WHERE RESIDENTS WERE WITHIN ACCESS TO SCHOOLS, PLAYGROUND AND SHOPS.



    B.
  45. 195. THE PLANNING BODY OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNIT WHICH ASSISTS THE SANGGUNIAN IN SETTING THE DIRECTION FOR ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND COORDINATIING DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS WITHIN ITS TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION.



    D.
  46. 196. SUGGESTED BED REQUIREMENT FOR A MEDICAL CENTER ACCORDING TO DOH.



    A.
  47. 197. BASED ON THE NATURAL CATCHMENT AREA OF COMMUNITY FACILITIES SUCH AS PRIMARY SCHOOLS AND LOCAL SHOPS, EXTENDING ABOUT HALF OR THREE QUARTERS OF A MILE IN ANY DIRECTION.



    A.
  48. 198. THE REHABILITAION OF DETERIORATED INNER-­‐CITY HOUSING WITH FAVORABLE LOCATIONS RELATIVE TO THE CBD.



    A.
  49. 199. REFERS TO ALL CITIES REGARDLESS OF THEIR POPULATION DENSITY AND TO MUNICIPALITIES WITH A POPULATION DENSITY OF AT LEAST FIVE HUNDRED PERSONS PER HECTARE.



    B.
  50. 200. HE IS TH EPROPONENT OF THE MULTIPLE NUCLEI THEORY.



    D.
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