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ESSAY. Write your answer in the space provided or on a separate sheet of paper.

1) Define accuracy and identify five ways to insure that a bid is accurate.

2) Define completeness and identify five ways to insure that a bid is complete.

3) Prepare a proposal letter given the following project information:

Project: Western Animal Hospital Remodel

Proposal date: June 21, 2017

Architect: John A. Smith, AIA

Proposal amount: $245,862

Acceptance criterial: 30 day from receipt of proposal

Start date: 10 days after acceptance

Completion date: 90 days

4) Prepare an e - mail to ABC Roofing requesting a roofing bid for the following project:

Project: Western Animal Hospital Remodel

Proposal date: June 21, 2017

Architect: John A. Smith, AIA

Proposal amount: $245,862

Acceptance criterial: 30 day from receipt of proposal

Start date: 10 days after acceptance

Completion date: 90 days

5) What factors would you take into account when selecting a subcontractor for a project?

6) It is estimated that it will take 127 labor hours to install a dropped ceiling in an office remodel. How long will it take a two - person crew to complete the ceiling if they work 8 hours per day?

7) You work for a subcontractor and are responsible for preparing the subcontractor's bids. A general contractor has a small project and asked your company to bid on the work. Your company declines because it has too much work as it is. The general contractor then asks you how much you would charge to do the work on the side. What do you do?

The following figures are used for the test questions for this chapter:

Figure 1: Data Validation Dialogue Box

Figure 2: New Formation Rule for Conditional Formatting

8) Data validation has been set up for Cell A_{1} as shown in Figure 1. What are the acceptable values can be entered into Cell A_{1}?

9) Conditional formatting has been set up for Cell B_{2} as shown in Figure 2. What happens when 2 is entered into Cell B_{2}?

10) Conditional formatting has been set up for Cell B_{2} as shown in Figure 2. What are the acceptable values can be entered into Cell B_{2} without the conditional formation taking place?

The following figure is used for the test questions for this chapter:

Figure 1: Lookup Spreadsheet

11) If Cell A_{1} contained 2×2, what would LOOKUP(A_{1},A4:B7) return?

12) If Cell A_{1} contained 2×6, what would LOOKUP(A_{1},A4:B7) return?

13) Using Figures 34 - 3 and 34 - 4, determine the base cost per square foot for an 85,000 - square - foot, steel - frame parking garage with face - brick over concrete block exterior.

14) Using Figures 34 - 3 and 34 - 4, determine base perimeter for an 85,000 - square - foot parking garage.

15) Using Figures 34 - 3 and 34 - 4, determine the perimeter adjustment for an 85,000 - square - foot parking garage.

16) Using Figures 34 - 3 and 34 - 4, determine the story - height adjustment for an 85,000 - square - foot parking garage.

17) Using Figures 34 - 3 and 34 - 4, determine the added cost for a 12 - inch by 18 - inch traffic sign.

18) What items would you include on an 8 - foot - high, wood - framed, interior wall for a residence?

19) Your company just completed a 1,100 - square - foot convince store for a client for $225,000. Next year, the same client wants to build a 1,300 - square - foot convince store in the same city. Determine the estimated cost of the convince store using an inflation factor of 4 percent per year.

20) Using Figures 34 - 3 and 34 - 4, determine the cost for a 180 - foot by 269 - foot, three - story, precast concrete parking garage with face - brick over concrete block exterior. The parking garage is expected to have a 460 parking stalls and one parking attendant booth. The average story height is 11.0 feet.

21) Roof Take off Workbook from Chapters 33 and 34

Using the worksheet from Chapters 33 and 34, prepare a bid for the following roof. The slope of the roof is 4:12, the shingles are to be 20 - year three - tab, the underlayment is to be 15# felt, the vents are to be turtle, there are two HVAC flashings, and one plumbing flashing.

22) Determine the area of the shape shown in the figure below. Express your answer in square feet:

23) Determine the area of the shape shown in the figure below. Express your answer in square feet:

24) Determine the area of the complex shape shown in the figure below. Express your answer in square feet:

25) Determine the area of the complex shape shown in the figure below. Express your answer in square feet:

26) Determine the area of the complex shape shown in the figure below. Express your answer in square feet:

27) Determine the area of the complex shape shown in the figure below. Express your answer in square feet:

28) Determine the area of the complex shape shown in the figure below. Express your answer in square feet:

29) Determine the area of the complex shape shown in the figure below. Express your answer in square feet:

30) Determine the number of cubic yards of concrete needed for 500 feet of curb and gutter with the profile shown in the figure below.

31) Determine the number of board feet for the following pieces of lumber:

a. 2"× 4" - 8' (i.e., 8 foot long 2 by 4)

b. 2"× 4" - 12'

c. 2"× 6" - 10'

d. 2"× 8" - 10'

e. 2"× 10" - 16'

f. 2"× 12" - 16'

32) Convert the following lengths to feet:

a. 5 mi

b. 250 yd

c. 138 in

33) Convert the following areas to square feet:

a. 216 in^{2}

b. 315 yd^{2}

c. 0.2 mi^{2}

34) Convert the following volumes to cubic feet:

a. 2,592 in^{3}

b. 35 yd^{3}

c. 200 yd^{3}

35) Convert the following volumes to cubic yards:

a. 45 ft^{3}

b. 217 ft^{3}

c. 1,500 ft^{3}

36) Convert the following weights to tons:

a. 25,000 lbs

b. 1,400 lbs

c. 2,500 lbs