RA II Exam 3

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  1. measured in (or divided by) halves (1/2), fifths (1/5), or tenths
    (1/10).
    length of the head
  2. measured from the base of the chin to the vertex of the cranium.
    The length of the head
  3. equals the length of the face + 1/9 of the face.
    The length of the head
  4. divides the head into halves (1/2).
    The line of eye closure
  5. measured from the base of the chin to the normal hairline
    The length of the face
  6. measured in (or divided by) thirds (1/3) and ninths (1/9).
    The length of the face
  7. 1-1/2 times the width of the face
    The length of the face
  8. 2/3 the length of the face
    The width of the face
  9. occupies the middle 1/3 of the face
    The ear
  10. is 5 eyes wide
    The face
  11. will mark the width of the wings of the nose
    A vertical line from the inner canthus of each eye
  12. will mark the corners of the mouth
    A vertical line from the center of each eye
  13. is one (1) eye wide
    The base of the nose (at the wings)
  14. The distance between the eyes
    is one (1) eye wide
  15. The mouth is
    two (2) eyes wide
  16. the length of three (3) ears
    equals the length of the face
  17. 3/10 the length of the head
    is the length of the ear
  18. 1/3 the length of the face
    is the length of the ear
  19. the length of two ears
    is the width of the face
  20. occupies the middle 1/3 of the face
    The ear
  21. the length of three (3) noses
    equals the length of the face
  22. 3/10 the length of the head
    is the length of the nose
  23. 1/3 the length of the face
    is the length of the nose
  24. the length of two noses
    is the width of the face
  25. occupies the middle 1/3 of the face
    The nose
  26. The distance from ear passage to ear passage is equal to…
    • The distance from the base of the chin to the superior border of the eyebrow and ear,
    • (the inferior 2/3rds of the face)
  27. The distance from ear passage to ear passage is equal to…
    • The distance from the base of the nose to the normal hairline,
    • (the superior 2/3rds of the face)
  28. The distance from ear passage to ear passage is equal to…
    The distance from the tip of the nose to either ear passage (in profile).
  29. If the face is 6 inches wide; what is the length of the face?
    The length of the face is 1-1/2 times the width of the face.

    1.5 x 6 = 9 inches
  30. If an ear is 3 inches long; what is the width of the face?
    The width of the face is the length of two (2) ears

    3 x 2 = 6 inches
  31. If the mouth is 3 inches wide; what is the length of the face?
    • The mouth is 2 eyes wide.
    • The face is 5 eyes wide.

    • Therefore in this instance…
    • 3 inches = 2 eyes
    • 1/2 of 3 = 1 eye
    • 1.5 inches = 1 eye
    • 5 eyes x 1.5 = 7.5 inches width of the face.

    • The face is 7 & 1/2 inches wide.
    • But the question asks what is the length of the face?

    • The length of the face is 1-1/2 times the width of the face.
    • 7.5 x 1.5 = 11.25
  32. If the length the head is 14 inches; what is the width of the face?
    The width of the face is 2/3 the length of the face.

    14 divided by 2/3 = 9.33 or 9 and 1/3 inches

                            or

    14 divided by 3 then multiplied by 2 = 9.33 or 9 and 1/3 inches
  33. The length of the head is 14 inches; what is the distance from the line of eye closure to the base of the chin?
    • The line of eye closure divides the head into halves (1/2).
    • 14 divided by 2 = 7 inches
  34. The distance from the base of the chin to the normal hairline is 12 inches; what is the distance from the base of the nose to the normal hairline?
    The length of the face is measured in (or divided by) thirds (1/3) and ninths (1/9).

    • The distance from the base of the chin to the superior border of the eyebrow and ear, is equal to…
    • The distance from the base of the nose to the normal hairline.

    • 2/3 of 12 = 8 inches
    • or…
    • 12 divided by 3 then multiplied by 2 = 8 inches
  35. The width of the face is 8 inches; what is the length of the nose?
    • The width of the face is the length of two noses.
    • 8 divided by 2 = 4 inches
  36. Moving from the normal hairline to the base of the chin, where would the eyebrows be located?
    one-third of the distance 1/3
  37. Moving from the normal hairline to the base of the chin, where would the eyebrows be located?
    half-way

    1/2 the distance
  38. Moving from the vertex of the cranium to the base of the chin, what landmark represents the halfway point?
    the line of eye closure
  39. If you know the length of the ear, what number would you multiply by to find the length of the face?
    3

    the ear is 1/3 of the face
  40. If you know the width of one eye, what number would you multiply by to find the width of the face?
    5

    the face is five eyes wide
  41. If one eye measures two inches wide, what is the length of the face in inches?
    15 inches

    • five eyes (2") = 10"
    • 10" = width of face
    • 10" = 2/3 length of face
    • (10"/2)3 = length of face
    • (5")3 = length of face

    15" = length of face
  42. The distance from the midline of the face to the side of the face is how much the length of the face?
    one-third the length

    • if... 1 width of face = 2/3 length of face
    • if... (1 width of face = 2/3 length of face)/2

    then... 1/2 width of face = 1/3 length of face
  43. If you know the width of the base of the nose, what number would you multiply by to find the length of an ear?
    • 2 and 1/2
    • 2.5

    The face is 5 eyes or noses wide, 1/2 of the face width equals 1 ear length ...so... you multiply the base of the nose by 2.5

    • 1 base of nose = 1 eye width
    • 5nw = 2/3 length of face

    • (5nw/2)3 = length of face
    • (2.5nw)3 = length of face
    • 7.5 = length of face

    • 7.5nw/3 = 1 ear
    • 2.5nw = 1 ear
  44. If you know the width of the face, what number would you multiply by to find the length of the face?
    ...multiply by 1 and 1/2

    1.5

    • W = (2/3)L
    • (W3)/2 = L
    • (1.5) W = L
  45. Either corner of the mouth lies what distance from the midline of the face in eye widths?
    1 eye width
  46. The inferior border of the ear lies what distance from the base of the chin to the eyebrows?
    half-way
  47. The superior border of the ear lies what distance from the normal hairline to the base of the chin?
    one-third the distance
  48. The normal hairline lies what distance from the vertex of the cranium to the line of eye closure?
    one-fifth of the distance
  49. The normal hairline lies what distance from the base of the chin to the vertex of the cranium?
    nine-tenths of the distance
  50. If you know the width of the mouth, what number would you multiply by to find the width of the face?
    • two and one-half
    • 2.5

    • 1/2 mouth = 1 eye width
    • 5 eyes = 1 face width
    • 2.5 mouths = 1 face width
  51. If the length of the ear is 3 inches, what is the width of the face in inches?
    six inches
  52. Moving from the base of the chin  to the vertex of the cranium,
    indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    one-tenth
    the superior border of the chin
  53. Moving from the base of the chin  to the vertex of the cranium,indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    three-tenths
    the base of the nose
  54. Moving from the base of the chin  to the vertex of the cranium,indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    one-half
    the line of eye closure
  55. Moving from the base of the chin  to the vertex of the cranium,indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    nine-tenths
    the natural hairline
  56. Moving from the base of the chin  to the vertex of the cranium,indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    three-fifths
    • the superior border of the eyebrow
    • the ear
  57. Moving from the base of the chin  to the vertex of the cranium,indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    ten-tenths
    the vertex of the cranium
  58. Moving from the base of the chin  to the vertex of the cranium,indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    one-fifth
    the line of lip closure
  59. Moving from the normal hairline to the base of the chin
    indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    one-third
    • the superior border of the eye brow
    • ear
  60. Moving from the normal hairline to the base of the chin indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    two-thirds
    • the base of the nose
    • bottom of the ear
  61. Moving from the normal hairline to the base of the chin indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    four-ninths
    the line of eye closure
  62. Moving from the normal hairline to the base of the chin indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    five-ninths
    nothing
  63. Moving from the normal hairline to the base of the chin indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    seven-ninths
    the line of lip closure
  64. Moving from the normal hairline to the base of the chin indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    eight-ninths
    the superior border of the chin
  65. Moving from the normal hairline to the base of the chin indicate the landmark located at these distances:
    nine-ninths
    the base of the chin
  66. If you know the length of the face; how do determine the length of the head?
    The length of the head equals the length of the face + 1/9 of the face.
  67. What fractional increments are used to measure the head?
    The length of the head is measured in (or divided by) halves (1/2), fifths (1/5), or tenths (1/10).
  68. From what landmarks is the head measured?
    The length of the head is measured from the base of the chin to the vertex of the cranium.
  69. What are the major divisions of
    the head?
  70. If the length of the face is known; how does one determine the width of the face?
    The width of the face is 2/3 the length of the face.
  71. If the width of the face is known; how does one determine the length of the face?
    The length of the face is 1-1/2 times the width of the face.
  72. What fractional increments are used to measure the face?
    The length of the face is measured in (or divided by) thirds (1/3) and ninths (1/9).
  73. From what landmarks is the face measured?
    The length of the face is measured from the base of the chin to the normal hairline.
  74. What occupies the middle 1/3 of the face?
    The ear occupies the middle 1/3 of the face.
  75. What is the distance from the inner canthus of one eye to the outer canthus of the other eye?
     two eyes wide
  76. Vertical lines from each inner canthus of the eye will mark what facial feature?
    the width of the wings of the nose.
  77. Vertical lines from the center of the eye will mark what facial feature?
    the corners of the mouth
  78. In terms of eye width, what is the width of the mouth?
    is two (2) eyes wide
  79. In terms of eye width, what is the width of the nose?
    The base of the nose (at the wings) is one (1) eye wide.
  80. What is the distance between each eye?
    one (1) eye wide
  81. The width of the face is equal to how many ear lengths?
    the length of two ears
  82. The ear is what fractional portion of the head?
    3/10 the length of the head
  83. The ear is what fractional portion of the face?
    1/3 the length of the face
  84. In terms of ear length, how long is the face?
    three (3) ears
  85. The ear occupies what area of the face?
    the middle 1/3 of the face.
  86. The width of the face is equal to how many nose lengths?
    length of two noses
  87. The nose is what fractional portion of the head?
    3/10 the length of the head
  88. The nose is what fractional portion of the face?
    1/3 the length of the face
  89. In terms of nose length, how long is the face?
    length of three (3) noses
  90. The nose occupies what area of the face?
    the middle 1/3 of the face
  91. The distance from ear passage to ear passage is equal to…
    • The distance from the base of the chin to the superior border of the eyebrow and ear,
    • (the inferior 2/3rds of the face)

    and…

    • The distance from the base of the nose to the normal hairline,
    • (the superior 2/3rds of the face)

    and…

    The distance from the tip of the nose to either ear passage (in profile).

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