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Chapter 8 Test F

True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

Four-bedroom homes usually have the greatest sales potential.
 

 2. 

In a split bedroom plan, the bedrooms are separated from the bathrooms.
 

 3. 

It is usually more economical to expand a house later than to add an extra room at the outset.
 

 4. 

Bedroom design is directly related to the amount and size of the furniture to be used.
 

 5. 

The IRC states that the minimum size of a bedroom will be 80 square feet.
 

 6. 

Bathroom doors are usually the same width as bedroom doors.
 

 7. 

A full bath has a sink and a toilet.
 

 8. 

Lighting is not needed inside closets.
 

 9. 

An interior door should swing into the room.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 10. 

For wheelchair access to a bathtub, the bathtub rim should not be lower than ____² from the floor.
A.
24
B.
22
C.
18
D.
20
 

 11. 

To accommodate a wheelchair, doorways should be at least ____ wide.
A.
3¢-0²
B.
2¢-6²
C.
2¢-8²
D.
2¢-10²
 

 12. 

A bedroom between ____ square feet provides ample space for a twin or double bed, chest of drawers, dresser, and other small pieces of furniture.
A.
200 and 225
B.
65 and 70
C.
90 and 100
D.
125 and 175
 

 13. 

A clearance space of ____² is required under the bed for the footrests of a wheelchair.
A.
10
B.
5
C.
13
D.
7
 

 14. 

For people of limited mobility, place grab bars where the ____ is located.
A.
shower
B.
tub
C.
toilet
D.
All of the above.
 

 15. 

Another name for sink cabinet is ____.
A.
bathtub
B.
water drain
C.
vanity
D.
water closet
 

 16. 

A toilet that is ____ high provides easy transfer from a wheelchair.
A.
22² to 23²
B.
20² to 21²
C.
17² to 19²
D.
25² to 26²
 

 17. 

The most common size bathtub is ____.
A.
30² ´ 60²
B.
32² ´ 72²
C.
26² ´ 48²
D.
30² ´ 50²
 

 18. 

The most desirable location for a closet is ____.
A.
along an interior wall
B.
in the hall near the bedroom
C.
on an outside wall
D.
None of the above.
 

 19. 

A 5¢ ´ 8¢ bath would be considered a(n) ____ bath.
A.
small
B.
large
C.
very large
D.
average
 

 20. 

Most toilets require a space at least ____" wide for installation.
A.
30
B.
36
C.
40
D.
24
 

 21. 

Bedroom doors should be ____ wide to accommodate a wheelchair.
A.
2¢-6²
B.
2¢-8²
C.
2¢-10²
D.
B or C
 

 22. 

Approximately ____ of the house is devoted to the sleeping area, which includes bedrooms, bathrooms, and accessory rooms.
A.
1/4
B.
1/2
C.
1/3
D.
3/4
 

 23. 

The minimum recommended depth of a clothes closet is ____".
A.
18
B.
12
C.
24
D.
30
 

 24. 

Horizontal grab bars are designed for ____.
A.
pulling up
B.
sliding over
C.
pushing up
D.
None of the above.
 

 25. 

A space of ____ feet should be provided on at least one side of the bed for transfer from a wheelchair.
A.
3
B.
5
C.
4
D.
2
 

 26. 

Closet doors may be ____.
A.
sliding
B.
bi-fold
C.
flush
D.
All of the above.
 

 27. 

In a split bedroom plan, the ____ is separated from the remaining bedrooms for additional privacy.
A.
nursery
B.
guest bedroom
C.
master bedroom
D.
smallest bedroom
 

 28. 

A ____ receptacle should be used in the bathroom.
A.
waterproof
B.
shielded
C.
ground fault circuit interrupter
D.
vertical
 

 29. 

The ____ normally determines the number of bedrooms a house will have.
A.
size of the family
B.
size of the neighborhood
C.
number of guests
D.
None of the above.
 

 30. 

A 1/2 bath is one that usually has only a toilet and a ____.
A.
bidet
B.
shower
C.
tub
D.
sink
 

 31. 

The best location for a bedroom door is ____.
A.
near a corner
B.
on an exterior wall
C.
in the center of a wall
D.
on a long wall
 

 32. 

It is necessary for each bedroom to have a ____.
A.
closet
B.
bathroom
C.
ceiling fan
D.
double window
 

 33. 

The usual height of an interior door is ____.
A.
6'-4"
B.
6'-8"
C.
6'-0"
D.
6'-2"
 

 34. 

____ toilets make access easier for the elderly, disabled, and other people who have limited mobility.
A.
Low-flush
B.
Comfort-height
C.
Regular-height
D.
Elongated
 



 
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