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INTfinal - W e l c o m e Final Exam December 14 at 12:10 pm...

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Unformatted text preview: W e l c o m e Final Exam December 14 at 12:10 pm The test will include ALL material presented in class with emphasis of material presented after test # 2 1- Image identification, (from lectures posted in blackboard and ALL reviews) 2- fill out the blank questions ( from book and lectures posted) 3- and multiple choices ( from book, lectures posted and review) Final grade: Attendance : 15% (Review won’t be counted) Test 1 and 2 : 30 % Assignment: 20 % Final Test: 30 % The following images offer a general review, however, the test will include ALL the material presented in class and the assigned readings posted online since Lecture #1 1-Image identification: 35 images, 50 seconds each 2- with Multiple Choices (6) 3-Followed by a Fill the Blank section (17) Total time for combined sections #2 and #3 : One hour to answer 23 questions Those ending before may leave after returning exam and signing roster sheet. Allotted time for Final Examination Readings All readings posted since first class with emphasis after test #2 and all posted chapters for Part # 3. Please notice that the material from the last two lectures # 22 and # 23 part 1 and part 2 are not posted in this review but they will be an important part of the final test. Carefully review From lecture #13 to last lecture # 23 part 1 and 2 Material presented in test # 1 and # 2 will be also part of the examination. PLEASE ALSO SEE REVIEWS #1 and # 2 posted on blackboard. The International Style Three basic principles: Emphasis upon volume-space enclosed by thin planes or surfaces as opposed to the suggestion of mass and solidity Emphasis upon regularity as opposed to...
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course INT 111 taught by Professor Bernadi during the Fall '11 term at ASU.

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