Building Construction Questions and Answers – Building Plans – 2

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This set of Building Construction written test Questions & Answers focuses on “Building Plans – 2”.

1. The symbol given below represents ________
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a) Stairs
b) Almirah
c) Window
d) Shutter
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Answer: b
Explanation: The symbol given above represents almirah. These symbols are used in the building drawing. Building drawing includes the details of all the elements of a building like doors, foundations, windows etc.
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2. A plan is conventionally cut at the _______
a) Roof level
b) Floor level
c) Plinth level
d) Window sill level
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Answer: d
Explanation: A plan is conventionally cut at the window sill level. It is a graphical representation of a building represented by the plane of a paper.

3. Windows and almirahs cannot be represented on a plan if it is cut at the plinth level.
a) True
b) False
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Answer: a
Explanation: Windows and almirahs cannot be represented on a plan if it is cut at the plinth level. This is because windows and almirahs have their sill level higher than the plinth level.

4. The given symbol represents __________
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a) Heater
b) Electric bell
c) Lamp
d) Tower rail
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Answer: b
Explanation: The symbol given above represents an electric bell. An electric bell is a mechanical bell which is widely used in telephones, fire alarms, etc.
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5. The symbols A and B represent _______ and _______ respectively.
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a) Generator, ammeter
b) Gauge, ammeter
c) Generator, alarm
d) Gauge, alarm
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Answer: a
Explanation: The symbol A represents generator and symbol B represents ammeter. An ammeter is an instrument which is used for measuring the current.

6. The symbol given below represents ________
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a) Refrigerator
b) Fire hydrant
c) Fire hose
d) Flush hose
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Answer: b
Explanation: The symbol given above represents fire hydrant. A fire hydrant is used by firefighters to supply water for fighting fires.

7. The symbols A and B represent _______ and _______ respectively.
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a) Circular washing fountain, cooking platform
b) Drinking water fountain, cooking platform
c) Circular washing fountain, pedestal drinking water fountain
d) Drinking water fountain, pedestal drinking water fountain
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Answer: c
Explanation: There are various types of fountains which can be represented using symbols such as circular washing fountain, drinking water fountain, pedestal drinking water fountain, etc. The symbol A given above represents a circular washing fountain. The symbol B represents pedestal drinking water fountain.
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8. The symbol given below represents __________
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a) Water meter
b) Water machine
c) Washing machine
d) Wash meter
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Answer: a
Explanation: The symbol given above represents a water meter. Water meter is an instrument which is used for measuring the volume of water used by commercial and residential buildings.

9. The symbol given below represents __________
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a) Ceiling fan
b) Bracket fan
c) Exhaust fan
d) Fan regulator
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Answer: c
Explanation: There are different symbols used to represent different types of fans on a plan of a building such as ceiling fan, bracket fan, exhaust fan, etc. The above symbol represents an exhaust fan.

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