Taking a long time for exposures question 65 1 1 pts

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taking a long time for exposures Question 65 1 / 1 pts The word used to refer to the material with which the artist works is _____. the mark technique
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faculty medium Correct! Question 66 1 / 1 pts Typesetting, or the setting up of the type for printing a page, is now done by _____. a careful manual cut-and-paste method computerized processes Correct! specialized type architects hand by printers' apprentices Question 67 1 / 1 pts The circular interior space of the Pantheon in Rome is called a(n): rotunda
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Correct! portico coffer intonaco Question 68 1 / 1 pts Clay is a sculpture material that was commonly used in ancient civilizations. True Correct! False Incorrect Question 69 0 / 1 pts Sculpture made from found objects is sometimes called __________ sculpture. collective Sorry. "Junk" is the correct answer.
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industrial street junk Question 70 1 / 1 pts Soft woods, such as pine and spruce, are not always easy to work with because _____. they may splinter while being worked on Correct! they resist cutting tools once exposed to air they start to harden none of the above Question 71 1 / 1 pts The form of building that uses columns and beams is ____________ construction.
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bearing wall portico post and lintel Correct! masonry Question 72 1 / 1 pts Modeling and carving mean the same thing. True False Correct! Question 73 1 / 1 pts The invention of balloon-frame construction came about with the development of mass-produced nails
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Correct! hot-air balloons used to lift the roof timbers concrete wide, hand-cut lumber Question 74 1 / 1 pts Iron and steel are the least malleable metals. True Correct! False Question 75 1 / 1 pts The International Modern Style evolved from the designs created at the Bauhaus. True Correct!
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False Question 76 1 / 1 pts The stones of Machu Picchu are kept in place by a mortar mixture scientists can't figure out. True False Correct! Question 77 1 / 1 pts Carvings have ___________ to minimize the labor involved in removing excess material. projections compact contours Correct! open spaces fine details
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Question 78 1 / 1 pts Buildings constructed in the International Modern Style are constructed along purely functional lines largely made with glass exterior walls lacking in ornamentation all of the above Correct! Incorrect Question 79 0 / 1 pts The ancient craft of making objects from clay is called pinching Sorry. "Ceramics" is the correct answer. ceramics
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stoneware firing Question 80 1 / 1 pts The practice of _____ seems to have begun with the nomads of Central Asia. making beautiful ceramic pots for sale in the marketplace weaving rugs for covering their tents and wrapping their possessions Correct! forging iron for weapons and utensils weaving colorful tapestries to cover the cold walls of their castles Question 81 1 / 1 pts In post-modern architecture, building designs tend to be expressive and individual, following no one specific style Correct.
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be an extreme version of the International Modern style be a return to traditional nineteenth century ornamentation follow American traditions of practicality and subtlety Question 82 1 / 1 pts Any type of clay is suitable for ceramics. True False Correct! Question 83 1 / 1 pts Stone has been used as a building material since ancient times because of its compressive strength, which is the ability to support pressure without breaking Correct!
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ability to press down and become solidly fixed in the ground relative weight of a block of stone to its size force a block exerts on the blocks around it Question 84 1 / 1 pts Harvey Littleton revived the art of glassmaking in the twentieth century __________ movement.
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