Test Answers on design

DRAM 1310 Ch. 14: Designers and Technicians

The order and process of developing a design for a play could be summarized by the following steps: reading the play, researching, imagining, creating a physical presentation, collaborating, approving for the budget, ensuring viability, implementing. Realistic costuming took over when which of the following became a major guiding principle in drama? historical accuracy All of […]

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Research seminar 7 Experimental designs

Pretests provide an alternative to a comparison group in quasi-experiments: is this statement about the value of pretests in experiments accurate or not accurate? Accurate A __________fares better in achieving generalizability than a true experiment. Quasi-experiment Time series design: Does this before-and-after design qualifies or does not qualify as a quasi-experimental design? Does Qualify When […]

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Examples of nonexperimental research designs from Chapter 10

What is an example of a descriptive survey study (information is collected via a survey without manipulation of the environment)? A researcher wants to know why individuals in Community A have a higher rate of a rare form of cancer when compared to those living in Community B. To find out the reasons for the […]

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Interior Design 3.01 & 3.04

The walls of a room will define its: Space The columns on a porch represent what type of line? Vertical Shane has a larger living room he wants to section. What element of design does he have to consider? Space A cathedral ceiling and large windows communicate openness, freedom, and grandeur. Which element of design […]

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Art 110: Vocabulary for 2D Design

Line a path of a moving point a mark whose length is considerably greater than its width can refer to a dominant compostional direction, to shape’s contour, many variations in type and character Shape a visually perceived area dinstinct from its surroundings Form a shape in 3D also defined as the use of highlight and […]

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Chapter 9: Quantitative Research Design

attrition the loss of participants over the course of a study, which can create bias by changing the composition of the sample initially drawn baseline data data collected before an intervention, including pretreatment measures of outcomes between-subjects design a research design in which there are separate groups of people being compared (e.g., smokers and non-smokers) […]

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Research Design

Typical Research Process The typical quantitative study involves a series of steps, one of which is the statistical analysis step 1: research questions and hypotheses step 2: operationalize and choose measures step 3: choose a research design step 4: analyze data step 5: draw conclusions causal relationship -the goal of virtually every quantitative research study […]

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Ecological and Cross Sectional Design

How do study designs differ? 1. Number of Observations Made 2. Directionality of Exposure 3. Data collection methods 4. Timing of data collection 5. Unit of observation 6. Availability of subjects Describe the difference between the experimental and observational approach 1. Is the study factor (i.e. exposure) artifically manipulated by the investigator or by others? […]

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Floral design vocab

armatures a framework for a floral design; can be purchased ready-made or created by the designer bonsai Japanese art of dwarf or miniature tree culture bowl type waterproof tape used to hold foam in floral container chenille stem two wires twisted together with short fibers between them; similar to pipe cleaner chicken wire light weight […]

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Graphic Design 2

Contextualization The process of placing something within the interrelated systems of meaning that make up the world. Primary Research Gathering material that does not pre-exist, such as photography, drawing, and interviews. Secondary Research Gathering material that already exists, such as design work, color samples, written texts ect. Lateral Thinking A form of research were the […]

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The Basics of Newspaper Design and Layout

White space Blank space on the page, should not be \”trapped\” by gray or black space Gray space Textual elements-stories, cutlines, headlines Black space Graphic elements-photos, graphics, color, lines Modular design The principle that views the newspaper page as a stack of rectangles. For each story or package, the text, headline, photos and cutlines work […]

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Chapter 12 – Newspaper Layout and Design

alley see internal margin balance in design, refers to the weight of the page appearing even border line of frame that surrounds elements in design broadsheet full-size newspaper, often measuring 14 X 21 inches columns or grids geometric pattern that divides page into vertical and horizontal divisions and provides underlying layout/design structure; also known as […]

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Katie Interior Design Measuring Wallpaper and Paint Calculations II

Karen has a living room that is 9 foot x 14 foot with 8 foot ceilings. How many rolls of standard American wallpaper will she need to cover the room? 11 rolls of wallpaper Karen had the living room that is 9 x 14 feet with 8 foot ceilings. How much is the total cost […]

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4 – Exploratory Research (Research Designs)

question Research Design: answer a plan for a study, used as a guide in collecting and analyzing data. question Why do we create Research Design? (2 benefits) answer -Ensures the study is relevant to the problem. -Helps to limit time and project costs. question 3 Types of Research Design: answer 1) Exploratory Research 2) Descriptive […]

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Market Research – Ch. 5 Causal Research Designs

question Causal research answer studies that enable researchers to assess cause and effect relationships between two or more variables question Independent Variable answer variables whose values are directly manipulated by the researcher question Dependent Variable answer measures of effects or outcomes that occur as a result of changes in levels of the independent or causing […]

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Chapter 14: Designing and Delivering Oral and Online Presentations

question Speeches and oral presentations are much like any other messages in that answer all require similar planning question When you prepare a speech or presentation, your first step involves answer analyzing the situation question The two most common purposes of business presentations are to answer inform and persuade question One of the steps in […]

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CIS 388 Info Systems & Design Exam 1

question Over 40 years ago, a concept called Moore’s Law accurately predicted that computer processing power would double about every ____. answer 24 Months question Transaction processing (TP) systems ____. answer Process data generated by day-to-day business operations question When planning an information system, a company must consider how a new system will interface with […]

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Research Design for Occupational Therapy

question 4 pillars of EBP answer 1. Clients goals, values and circumstances 2. Research evidence 3. Information from the practice context 4. Clinical experience question 5 steps in the process of EBP answer 1. Convert info into a clinical question 2. Find evidence to answer the clinical question 3. Critically appraise the evidence 4. Integrate […]

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Database Systems Design, Implementation, and Management 11e – Chapter 1 – Database Systems

question data answer raw facts question information answer result of processing raw data to reveal its meaning question knowledge answer body of information and facts about a specific subject question data management answer discipline that focuses on the proper generation, storage, and retrieval of data question database answer shared, integrated computer structure that stores a […]

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Hospitality Facilities Management and Design Chapter 2

question asset manager answer An official of the property who serves as a combination of owner representative, investment manager, financial and marketing consultant, and project engineer. question CapEx answer Capital expenditure; expenditures for capital items such as FF&E and building systems. question computerized facilities/maintenance management system (CFMS/CMMS) answer Computerized maintenance scheduling recordkeeping, and archiving systems […]

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Operations Management Chapter 7 – Work Design and Measurement

question work design answer process of specifying contents and methods for how work is to be done. AKA job design question Key questions to address during work design process answer 1. What will be done? 2. Who will do it? 3. How will it be done? 4. Where will it be done? question Two basic […]

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