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

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

Figure 1: Door Schedule

Figure 2: Floor Plan

Figure 3: Window Schedule

Figure 4: Hardware Schedule

Figure 5: Storefront Elevation

1) Using the door schedule in Figure 1, determine the number, size, and type of doors needed to complete the building shown in Figure 2.

2) Using the window schedule in Figure 3, determine the number, size, and type of windows needed to complete the building shown in Figure 2.

3) Using the hardware schedule shown in Figure 4, determine the hardware needed for the doors in Figures 1 and 2.

4) Determine the square footage of storefront needed to construct the storefront in Figure 5.

5) Determine the metal tubing needed to fabricate the storefront in Figure 5.

6) Determine the glazing needed to fabricate the storefront in Figure 5. The glass in the door and the two panels on either side of the door need to be tempered glass. Use nominal dimensions.

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

Figure 1: Floor Plan

Figure 2: Bathroom Floor Plan

Figure 3: Room Floor Plan

7) Determine the number of metal studs needed to construct the walls for the tenant finish in Figure 1. The studs for the perimeter walls are already in place, but drywall has not been installed on the side of the walls inside the tenant space. Stud spacing is sixteen on center. Allow two extra studs for each corner or intersection and two extra studs for each doorway.

8) How many pieces of runner are needed for the walls of the tenant finish in Figure 1 if the runner comes in 10 - foot - long lengths and is lapped 2 inches? The perimeter walls are already in place.

9) How many 4 - foot - wide by 9 - foot - high sheets of drywall are needed for the walls of the tenant finish in Figure 1 if the walls are 9 feet high? The perimeter walls need drywall on the tenant's side only.

10) Determine the number of pieces of trim, the pounds of screws, boxes of joint compound, and rolls of tape needed for the walls of the tenant finish in Figure 1. The ceiling height is 9 feet. The trim is available in 10 foot lengths. Historical data indicates that 1.2 pounds of screws, 0.45 boxes of joint compound, and 0.15 rolls of tape are needed for 100 square feet of drywall. The perimeter walls need drywall on the tenant's side only.

11) Determine the number of 11 3/4 - inch - wide by 11 3/4 - inch - long tiles needed to tile an 8 foot 4 inch by 10 foot floor. The tile is to have 1/4 - inch - wide grout joints. Where possible, the tiles should be centered in the room with at least 1/2 of a tile at the edge of the room.

12) Determine the number of 7 3/4 - inch by 7 3/4 - inch tiles needed for the floor in Figure 2. The tile is to have 1/4 - inch - wide grout joints. Where possible, the tiles should be centered in the room with at least 1/2 of a tile at the edge of the room.

13) A 39 - foot - wide by 27 - foot - long ceiling is to receive a two - foot by two - foot acoustical ceiling. The ceiling includes twenty 4 - foot - long by 2 - foot - wide fluorescent light fixtures and ten 2 - foot by 2 - foot mechanical diffusers. Determine the number of 12 - foot - long wall moldings, 12 - foot - long main runners, four - foot - long cross tees, two - foot - long cross tees, and 2 - foot by 2 - foot tiles needed for the ceiling. Where possible, the tiles should be centered in the room with at least a 1/2 of a tile at the edge of the room.

14) The room in Figure 3 is to receive a two - foot by two - foot acoustical ceiling. The ceiling includes five 2 - foot by 2 - foot fluorescent light fixtures and two 2 - foot by 2 - foot mechanical diffusers. Determine the number of 12 - foot - long wall moldings, 12 - foot - long main runners, four - foot - long cross tees, two - foot - long cross tees, and 2 - foot by 2 - foot tiles needed for the ceiling. Where possible, the tiles should be centered in the room with at least a 1/2 of a tile at the edge of the room.

15) Determine the number of 7.3 - inch by 50.6 - inch pieces of laminate flooring and rolls of underlayment needed for an 18 - foot - long by 20 - foot - wide floor. The end joints of the flooring must be staggered at least 24 inches and comes eight pieces per package. The underlayment comes in rolls 3 feet wide by 50 feet long. Run the long direction of the flooring parallel to the short direction of the room.

16) Determine the number of 7.3 - inch by 50.6 - inch pieces of laminate flooring and rolls of underlayment needed for the room in Figure 3. The end joints of the flooring must be staggered at least 24 inches and comes eight pieces per package. The underlayment comes in rolls 3 feet wide by 50 feet long. Run the long direction of the flooring parallel to the short direction of the room.

17) How many yards of vinyl need to be ordered for an 18 - foot - long by 20 - foot - wide room? The vinyl is 12 feet wide.

18) How many yards of vinyl need to be ordered for the room in Figure 3 if the vinyl is 12 feet wide?

19) How many 12 inch by 12 inch vinyl composition tiles (VCT) needs to be ordered for the room in Figure 3?

20) How many feet of rubber base needs to be ordered for the room in Figure 3? The door is 36 inches wide.

21) How many yards of carpet need to be ordered for the room in Figure 3? The carpet is 12 feet wide.

22) How many yards of pad need to be order for the room in Figure 3? The pad comes in rolls 6 feet wide by 50 feet long.

23) How much paint is needed to paint 122 lineal feet of a 10 - foot - high block wall with one coat of primer and two coats of latex paint? From historical data, one gallon of primer will cover 240 square feet of wall and one gallon of latex paint will cover 375 square feet of wall with a single coat.

24) How much paint is needed to paint the walls in Figure 1 with one coat of primer and two coats of latex paint? The ceiling is 8 foot 6 inches high. From historical data, one gallon of primer will cover 250 square feet of wall and one gallon of latex paint will cover 400 square feet of wall with a single coat. The door is 3 - foot wide by 7 - foot high.

25) *Excel Quick Tip 11 - 1: Drywall*

Determine the number of square feet of drywall need for the room shown in the figure below. The rooms have 9 - foot ceilings.

26) *Excel Quick Tip 11 - 2: Ceramic Tile*

Determine the quantity of 3.75 - inch by 3.75 - inch ceramic tile need to tile a 5 - foot by 7 - foot bathroom. Allow for a 0.25 - inch joint.