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Exam 2 Study Guide EDA Fall 2011
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Exam Day reminder Please bring a #2 pencil. Scantron sheets will be provided. You have the entire class period to complete the exam. Seat yourselves so that there is 1 empty seat between each student. There will be multiple versions of the exam distributed. Do not copy from neighbors. Indicate the scantron version number on your scantron where indicated. Do not sit in the 1 st row. It will be reserved for late-comers or those asked to move. If you arrive after the test begins or is handed out, sit in the front row. All books, papers, devices, ect. must be placed in your bag. Your bag(s) must be closed and placed under your seat. Write your name and RU ID clearly on the front and back of the scantron and all pages of the exam. You will hand in your exam to a designated proctor when you are finished. The proctor will check your exam and okay you to leave.
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Key concepts (1 of 2) Garden as idea, place, action Indoor-outdoor living Home and neighborhood as trading partners in quality of life Housing affordability definition Horticultural therapy Healing Gardens Factors to consider for sustainable communities: Land use, center, connections, public space Impelling, resilient, enabling form (Hester reading) Key concepts in Riverside design Neighborhood unit Key concepts in Radburn design Key concepts in new urbanism (kentlands) Transit oriented development Key concepts in ecological design, particularly Village Home Legibility of urban form (Lynch) Imageability Path Edge District node, Landmark Cognitive mapping
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Key concepts continued (2 of 2) Zoning Zoning Conflicts Population Density Suburban Sprawl PlaNYC Smart Growth Principles FAR (floor area ratio) LCR (Lot coverage ratio) Sprawl Donut effect Brownfield Impervious vs. Pervious Surface Land Use Land Cover Municipality Home Rule pleasure ground reform park recreation facility open space sustainable park
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SLIDE ID Question associated with the slide that you have to answer (multiple choice) Question(s) associated with the slide that you have to answer – short answer text There may be comparison images – two images that together display a concept or a process.
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2011 for the course BUSINESS 101 taught by Professor Kean during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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